Academic Behaviors to Support Learning

​​​​​​​​​​​In standards-based grading and reporting, teachers provide parents with information about both the academic indicator​s (what their child knows and can do) and academic behaviors that support learning (their child’s work habits that support learning).

This new level of reporting grades provides high quality 1) feedback to students, 2) communication with parents and 3) support to teachers as they modify instruction to help students learn.

Boys.jpgAcademic behaviors to support learning describe the actions that support the student's academic achievement. Work habits and social
development are an important component of communicating to parents their child’s progress. Factors, such as work habits, task completion, and responsibility in the classroom are the building blocks of character. 

View the academic behaviors guide that teachers use to share this important information about student growth for K-2 grades and 3-5 grades.​​

 Contact Information

  • Kay Julius

    Secretary to Executive Director, Learning and Support Services
    (636) 733-2101
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  • Shelley Willott

    Executive Director Learning and Support Services
    (636) 733-2151
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