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|
"You got it!"
"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