Schools must distribute report cards at least twice per year, but many schools choose to distribute report cards and student progress reports more often. Talk to your child’s teacher about how frequently you can expect to receive report cards. The appearance of your report card may vary by grade or school. While the New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) provides a standard report card, schools have the option to use a different report card format and different grading methods.
Click to view samples of standard report cards:
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The NYCDOE translates report cards into the nine official languages most commonly spoken. You can also request a translation for your child’s report card from your school in another language.
If you have questions about your child’s progress, coursework, or the marks he or she has been given, you can:
You can find contact information for your child's school by using School Search. The NYCDOE Students’ Bill of Rights and Parents’ Bill of Rights include the right to know and be provided with written documentation of grading policies, and to receive grades based on those policies.