Olivia Grant – Mustangs Ahead
(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) Wednesday, Sept. 14, LRHS students will receive their first quarter progress reports in their seventh period classes.
LRHS Early Childhood Education teacher Elaine Bowling said progress reports are vital “so that students know where they stand and if they need to make anything up.”
Students, not surprisingly, have mixed views toward progress reports.
Chris Kourakos, freshman, said, “They’re okay; my grades sometimes aren’t as good as they could be during the middle of the quarter and my parents aren’t too happy.”
Sophomore Cori Lunsford said that progress reports can be a warning sign.
“They show students grades that are not permanent and that may scare or put extra pressure on the student,” she said.