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Behavior Learning Targets

K-5 Elementary campuses will utilize the Home Access Center (HAC) for communicating behavior learning targets for your child(ren). At the end of each 9 weeks, students will receive an overall proficiency level for their progress in 4 competencies for each subject/course:
 
 
Under each competency, there are some subheadings of specific target behaviors students will be expected to master.  Ratings of a 1, 2, or 3 will be given to indicate the level of mastery.
 
LEVELS OF MASTERY
(3) Proficient
"You got it!"
(2) Approaching
"Almost got it!"
(3) Needs support
"Not quite yet..."
Student has fully demonstrated proficiency and skill application of the outcomes for the particular target for this point in the school year. Student has demonstrated partial proficiency of the expected skills. Partial development indicates progress with gaps in understanding or perhaps certain misconceptions. Student has demonstrated little or no evidence of proficiency or outcomes; has large gaps in understanding or application and is able to show success only with significant adult assistance.
 
If your child is needing support or approaching mastery, teachers will add a comment in gradebook to notify you of the area of concern. You may receive comments from ART, MUSIC, P.E., Assistant Principal (cafeteria), and/or your child’s classroom teacher(s).
 
Each time a comment is added in gradebook, you will receive an email with the following message:
 
A comment has been added to your child’s Conduct/Participation grade in ____. This is your written notification as per grading guidelines. Please check gradebook for details.
 
From the Tomball ISD homepage www.tomballisd.net
  • Click on Students & Parents 
  • Click on Grades – Home Access Center
  • Once logged in, click on Classes Icon at the top of the page
  • Click on the Schedule Tab
  • If your child has received a mark, you will find a Blue Bubble to the left of the subject, in which the comment was added, the area under the course title
  • Click on the Blue Bubble and the notification will appear
 

Competency 1: Demonstrate Respect for Others

- Respect school staff
- Comply immediately with adult requests without argument or complaint
- Treat others the way you want to be treated
- Refrain from laughing at others’ mistakes, using sarcasm, or put-downs
- Be honest with words and actions
- Work and play cooperatively
- Use school-appropriate language
 

Competency 2: Demonstrate Self-Control

- Keep hands, feet, and objects to self
- Speak or converse at permissible times
- Transition appropriately throughout the building
- Comply with hallway procedures
- Follow safety expectations
 

Competency 3: Demonstrate Responsibility

- Treat all property with care and respect
- Accept responsibility for your own behavior
- Use technology responsibly

 

Competency 4: Demonstrate Readiness to Learn

- Complete and turn in assigned classwork on time
- Focus attention on teacher instruction, classroom lessons, and assigned work
- Exhibit organizational and time management skills
- Actively participates in-class assignments or projects
- Remain in the designated area