The Q.I. Roberts Jr.-Sr. High School Knights proudly shared their quarterly progress with parents and fellow students Oct. 21.
Parents were welcomed into the Media Center to enjoy doughnuts and juice and receive a copy of their child’s schedule.
During the data chats, students reviewed their portfolios, paying particular attention to standards mastery and upcoming goals with a fellow classmate as their parents observed.
The partners then switched, allowing both students an opportunity to share data. After twelve minutes, parents and students proceeded to their children’s second through seventh period classes.
The chats also included conversations about standardized testing (Florida Standards Assessment, End of Course and Cambridge), along with students’ goals and strategies and their plans for attaining those goals.
“At the end of this 90-minute event, parents and students had a clear picture of current progress and future goals in every class,” said Jana Wilhite, Q.I Cambridge Program coordinator.