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Reporting To Parents   

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The Governing Board believes that good communication between parent/guardian and teacher is important in the educational process. Reporting contacts between parent/guardian and teacher should be varied and frequent.

Student progress reports shall reflect the educational progress of the student in terms of classwork and the attainment of proficiency levels. The report shall also indicate educational growth in relation to the student's attitude, interests, and citizenship.

A written report shall be sent or a conference shall be held with the student's parent/guardian in the event the student is in danger of failing a course. (Education Code 49007)

Preschool

At least two conferences shall be scheduled during the year to discuss each child's program with the parent.

Grades Kindergarten Through Six

In grades kindergarten through six, the teacher shall schedule a parent-teacher conference for each child at the end of the first trimester. The teacher shall make a reasonable effort to obtain the attendance of the parents at the conference. A report card shall be sent home at the end of each trimester.

Special Education Programs Students who are on an individualized education program are to be evaluated regularly, and the evaluation shall be communicated to the parents according the regulations and procedures of the special education service region. Additional Parent Conferences are encouraged.

Additional Parent Conferences

Preschool through grades six teachers are further encouraged to hold additional parent-teacher conferences as frequently as the parents' interest and the child's development and welfare indicate a need.

Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

48985 Notices in language other than English

49067 Mandated regulations regarding student achievement

49069 Absolute right to access (parents' right of access to student records)

51216 Proficiency assessment; conference to further student's progress

GOVERNMENT CODE

11135 State-funded programs or activities

UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE 29

794 Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 504

UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE 42

2000d et seq. Title VI, Civil Rights Act of 1964

12101 et seq. Americans With Disabilities Act

CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, TITLE 28

35.104 Definitions; auxiliary aids and services

35.130 General prohibitions against discrimination

35.160 Communications

CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, TITLE 34

104.4 Discrimination prohibited

Policy ROBLA SCHOOL DISTRICT

adopted: June 18, 2015 Sacramento, California