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Student Standards

George and Evelyn Stein Continuation School


650 West 10th St. , Tracy   CA  95376  




Cynthia  Johannes 

Grade Span: 

11  - 12 


This executive summary of the School Accountability Report Card (SARC) is intended to provide parents and community members with a quick snapshot of school accountability. The data presented in this report are reported for the 2007-08 school year, except the School Finances and School Completion data that are reported for the 2006-07 school year. For additional information about the school, parents and community members should review the entire SARC or contact the school principal or the district office. 

As a learning community, Tracy Unified School District strives to create a caring, challenging and inclusive education environment that offers every student the opportunity to achieve his or her potential. The district has clearly defined its grade-level standards so students, parents and teachers alike easily understand the expectations students must meet to progress from one grade to the next.

Our documents defining grade-level standards provide an overview of the academic standards a student in our district is to meet at a particular grade level. At each grade level, a student should meet the standards for all previous grades. Grade-level standards apply to grades K-8. High school graduation requirements define the standards students in grades 9-12 must meet to receive a high school diploma.  More information about high school graduation requirements also is available on this web site.

All schools in our district share a common core curriculum that includes integration of technology and development of critical thinking skills. Our district curriculum and standards were designed to meet or exceed the important curriculum standards established by the State of California. When district textbooks and other teaching materials are selected for students, we take care to make sure the textbooks and materials align with state and district standards. We also consistently assess student achievement to monitor every student’s progress towards meeting district standards and to review our curriculum to maximize its effectiveness.

By knowing the grade-level standards, parents are better equipped to take an active role in their student’s education. Parents can use this information to do activities at home that reinforce the skills teachers are helping students develop in the classroom. As reading is the foundation for learning, reading regularly with a child at home is the best activity a parent can do to aid a student’s achievement of any grade-level standard.

Through a strong partnership between home and school, students develop a lifelong love of learning and are encouraged to give school their best effort every day.

For more information about our district’s grade-level standards, please contact our Curriculum & Special Programs Department at (209) 830-3275.

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