The End of Year Report (EOY) includes an assessment of the student’s progress and the number of days of instruction.
Again, this is where the multiple district policies becomes confusing.
- Some districts do NOT ask for an EOY.
- Some districts ask for an EOY but do not push for it.
- Some districts only want to see that you completed their attendance register by checking off the days of instruction.
- Some districts are satisfied with a statement of assessment and attendance.
Regardless of district policy, the Commissioner of Education ruled years ago that assessment would be a method of the parent’s choosing – grades, test results, narrative progress report, etc.
RIGHT recommends that you use a narrative statement similar to:
John Smith, Mary Smith, James Smith, and Sally Smith have completed substantially equal to 180 days of instruction and their academic courses of study for the 20??-20?? school year.
Contact your RIGHT Chapter Representative for specific information as each school district has different requirements.
If you have difficulty from your school district, please contact your Chapter Representative or the State Coordinator.