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Communicating Student Learning

Communicating Student Learning (CSL) is on-going, responsive communication between students, families, and teachers about students' strengths, areas for growth, and ways to support learning.

CSL values student voice and input on their own learning.  Communicating Student Learning takes on many forms such as: conferences, portfolios, work samples, audio, video, pictures, student reflections and written work.

Written reports are part of the CSL process and are sent home twice a year at the end of January and on the last day of classes in June.  

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