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50 Quick Report Card Comments for Assessing Elementary Student Attitude and Effort When you have to comment on a student's attitude and efforts within the classroom, it can become difficult to clearly assess their progress. With report card comments, you need to ensure they clearly point out any problems that need to be addressed, as well as highlighting improvements and strengths. Below are fifty report card comments that will help you correctly assess your student's attitude and effort concerning schoolwork.

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Building Community and Literacy: One Book, One School Program Guest post by Maureen Doyle Kemmett Compelled to increase literacy skills in students and build a stronger school culture, our leadership team at Furnace Brook Middle School (FBMS) in Marshfield, MA, initiated a One Book, One School (OBOS) program in 2013. After spending the better part of a school year forming a literacy committee, researching OBOS programs, and planning for the kickoff, we were off and running with our inaugural OBOS summer reading program. Now five years later, it has become an integral part of our school, improving student literacy and building a strong and positive community. Here are some key lessons we’ve learned along this journey: Set the purpose.

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