The first milestone: progress reports

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The first milestone: progress reports

The first progress report came out on September 26th!

The first progress report came out on September 26th!

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The first progress report came out on September 26th!

Grace Yaso

Grace Yaso

The first progress report came out on September 26th!

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As the weeks progressed into the school year, a milestone that sent students into a frenzy had arrived on September 26th: the first grade posting. This progress report marks the end of the first half of the first quarter. The first grade posting usually entails many students scrambling to turn in the work they need to raise their grades. While not as pivotal as semester grade postings, the progress reports are a helpful indicator of where the students stand going into the second half of the quarter.  

Although some students may brush off the progress report, it helps show students where they can improve in their studying and study habits. Peyton Butler (senior) states that progress reports are important because they, “help me to know what I need to fix”. She also advises students to, “make sure you do your work and not procrastinate”. These progress reports are a helpful indicator for students to help them to know how to study harder and better.

As the second half of the first quarter continues to progress, continue to check your grades and make sure you stay on top of your work!