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Westerville City Schools

Public School
Student Achievement Record
Kindergarten
Student
Teacher
Principal

Grade
Year

OUR MISSION is to prepare students to contribute to the competitive and changing world in which
we live.
OUR VISION is to be the benchmark of educational excellence.
Attendance
Absent
Tardy

End of Year Placement


Promoted to grade
Placed in grade
Retained in grade

Key for Successful Learners:


3 - Meets grade level expectations
2 - Inconsistently meets grade level expectations
Standards
1 - Support needed to meet grade level expectations
achieve

Key for Grade K Achievement


3 - Meeting End-of-the-Year Standards
2 - Progressing toward End-of-the-Year
1 - Additional Support and Interventions to
End-of-the-Year Standards
Shaded - Not evaluated this grading

period
Kindergarten Characteristics of Successful Learners
Listens and follows directions
Works well with others
Follows school rules
Controls own behavior
Works independently when appropriate
Stays on task
Does personal best
Completes assignments in a timely manner
Actively participates in activities
Conference needed
Retention being considered

Date Observed:

Q4:

Q4:

Pre A

Level A

Reading Level
Q4:

Level B

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Level C

Q4:
End of Year
Benchmark
Level D

Kindergarten English Language Arts


Reading Standards for Literature (Fiction)

Retells familiar stories, including key details with prompting and support.
Reading Standards for Informational Text (Non-fiction)
Identifies the main topic and retells key details with prompting and
support.
Reading Foundations
Letter and Sound Identification
Capital Letters (Score out of 26)
Lower Case Letters (Score out of 26)
Consonant letter sounds (Score out of 21)
Vowel letter sounds long & short (Score out of 10)
Sight words (Score out of 40)
Phonemic Awareness
Identifies and creates rhyming words
Isolates and pronounces the initial sounds in words
Isolates and pronounces the final sounds in words
Isolates and pronounces the middle (vowel) sounds in words
Counts syllables in spoken words
Blends and segments onsets and rimes of single-syllable words
Reading Process
Knows how a book works (concepts about print)
Concepts about print (words are read left to right, top to bottom, and
spaces in between)
Speaking and Listening
Understands question words
Kindergarten Handwriting/Fine Motor
Writes first name using correct upper case and lowercase letters
Writes last name using correct upper case and lowercase letters
Holds and uses pencils and scissors correctly
Prints capital letters
Prints lowercase letters
Prints numerals

Dates Observed:

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Q2:
Q3:
Q4:
Draws for
writing,
scribble
writing;
writes
random
letters

Kindergarten Writing
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Uses
knowledge
of at least
one sound
to spell
words;
label
objects or

Invents
spelling of
words using
phonetic
clues and
letter names
which include
some vowel

(End of year
benchmark)
Uses most
writing
conventions;
some standard
spelling;
beginning to use

Invents
spelling of
words, using
phonetic clues
and letter
names which
include some

places

Pattern 1

Pattern 2

vowel sounds

sounds.
Shows
attempts at
spacing
between
words

Pattern 3

Pattern 4

Kindergarten Math
Counting and Cardinality
Counts to 100 by 1s to
Counts to 100 by 10s
Counts to tell the number of objects, arranged or scattered
Identifies numerals 0 to 20
Counts to tell the number of objects, grouped or arranged up to 20, and
scattered up to 10
Writes numbers from 0 to 20 to represent a number of objects
Counts forward from numbers other than 1
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
Models addition for real world problems with objects, fingers, drawings
Models subtraction for real world problems with objects, fingers,
drawings
Can break apart a number from 1 to 10 and show it in different ways
For any number from 1 to 9, find the number that makes 10
Adds fluently within 5
Subtracts fluently within 5
Number and Operations in Base Ten
Makes numbers from 11 to 19 with a ten and ones
Geometry
Identifies and describes two- and three-dimensional shapes (e.g.
squares, circles, triangles, rectangles, hexagons, cubes, cones,
cylinders, and spheres)
Compares and creates with two- and three-dimensional shapes
Measurement and Data

punctuation;
shows progress
towards
capitalization
and lowercase
letters;
understands
spacing
between words

Pattern 5

Describes and compares length and weight of objects


Sorts objects, counts the number in each group, and organizes groups
by size
Kindergarten Science & Health
Earth & Space Science
Observes, describes and compares weather changes, patterns in the sky
and changing seasons.
Life Science
Explains physical and behavioral traits of living things.
Physical Science
Recognizes that some objects and materials can be made to vibrate to
produce sound.
Health
Demonstrates understanding of grade level concepts

Kindergarten Social Studies: A Child's Place in Time


Government
Understands shared responsibility in the community (purpose of rules,
goals, and authority figures)

History
Understands stories, symbols, and practices as they relate to history and
heritage (personal and national)
Physical and Human Geography
Understands maps, relative location, physical environment, and culture
Economics
Understands goods, services, wants, and economic decision making
Kindergarten Art
Demonstrates the ability to describe, analyze, interpret and make
connections to past, present and personal artworks.
Creates works of art that demonstrates an understanding of materials,
tools, techniques, and vocabulary.
Applies art concepts to create works of art that communicate ideas.
Exhibits an ability to reflect upon and refine personal artwork.
Kindergarten Music
Explains the vibrations/sound different objects can produce (Physical
Science)

Kindergarten Physical Education


Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns
Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles,
strategies and tactics
Participates actively in physical activities
Exhibits responsible personal behaviors (e.g. listens attentively, makes
good choices)
Exhibits responsible social behaviors (e.g. teamwork, fair play)
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