Meticulous Record Keeping
As a student’s academic path lengthens over the years, the records of what they have done can become difficult to keep track of. Report cards, progress reports, standards test scores, these are all invaluable tools for keeping track of how a student has fared academically. Not only that, it is very important to hold onto many of these documents for later use, and yet they always manage to disappear when we need them most.
Here at Optimus Learning School, After School Program and Tutoring Center in Brea, Fullerton, Yorba Linda, Diamond Bar, and Rowland Heights, we emphasize the importance of documenting all of your student’s records in our own online data base. The reason we do this is twofold. First, keeping these records means that you, as a parent, have access to them whenever they are needed. Second, and most importantly, we archive all of our student’s records so we can accurately judge the help we are extending to them. We ask for the most recent report card or progress report from all students signing up for our after school program in Brea. This information helps us not only to determine what kind of help we will need to give your student, but it also serves as a sort of “jumping off point.” After we have seen your student through an entire school year, our record keeping standards help us to see how much each student has improved.
In addition to keeping track of school grades, all Optimus grades are also kept on hand. For example, as outlined in previous blogs, our book club homework is assigned, done by the student, and graded by the teacher entirely online. All book club scores are kept online, and this serves much the same purpose as keeping our student’s school based records on file. After a few months in our book club class, it is our hope that our students become vocabulary and comprehension experts, and we can see that all by keeping track of their grades over those months. Finally, keeping Optimus homework scores online ensures that the teacher, administrator, and director all have simple and fast access to every student’s grades. With care, effort, and accountability coming from every level of our program, we ensure that all of our students are able to achieve at the highest level possible.
At Optimus, keeping your student’s records is the surest way to help us do the best we can as an after school program. Using report cards and progress reports as a way to judge how far all of our students have come has proven to be an effective method in personalizing our teaching methods and making them work for each individual student. Students in Brea, Fullerton, Yorba Linda, Diamond Bar, and Rowland Heights have all submitted their records to us, and we make every effort on a daily basis to ensure that our students improve upon their grades every semester. Come in today, and bring along your students latest report card or progress report too!
Tagged: After School Program in Brea, Math Help in Brea, Homework Help in BreaAt Optimus we strive to instill a balance between the values of discipline and critical thinking. We are dedicated to this philosophy because we believe that it will enable students to grow successfully as individuals and in their academic careers. Optimus Learning School offers an after school program in Brea such as math help and homework help. Optimus After School Program in Brea serves Brea, Fullerton, and Yorba Linda/Placentia areas. Optimus Learning School also offers SAT, ACT, PSAT, AP, IB programs in Brea. Our classes have a small ratio, with an average of 4-5 students per teacher. We offer such classes as AP Calculus, AP Physics, AP Chemistry, AP Computer Science and various other AP classes. Students can enroll in our daily tutoring service or our once a week classes. Optimus Learning School serves Brea, Fullerton, Yorba Linda, and Placentia areas.
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