Report Card and PowerSchool Portal

Mastery Based Report Card Information

Beginning in the 2019-2020 school year, the reporting of student progress for both grades 7 and 8 at Har-Bur Middle School is a hybrid report card. This newly revised report card will share both a traditional grade for each content area and additionally report your child's progress for each priority standard for that content area. This added layer helps teachers and parents to better identify students’ areas of strengths and weaknesses to support their learning. Below are the priority standards and sub-sets of skills that students need to be successful in each content area. The PowerSchool Portal (more information below) is open for parents so that you can monitor your child’s progress on the identified priority standards. The portal will serve as an additional communication tool, but will not replace direct communication with parents, which is an important part of the education of our students. Student progress will be reported by how well students meet the skills associated with each priority standard for that moment in time. Below are the standards which will be on report cards and progress will be reported using an M (Meeting), P (Progressing toward), or NY (Not Yet). Additionally, teachers in each course will assess students on their approaches to learning. If you have any questions about this new hybrid system, or about the noted progress of your child, please don’t hesitate to reach out to your child’s teacher.

Mastery Based Reporting Presentation - Oct 16, 2018

Grade 6 - Course Standards

Grade 7 - Course Standards

Grade 8 - Course Standards


PowerSchool Parent Portal Information

Parent Portal Activation Form

Parent Portal Log-in