New EPR - Overview Letter

Dear DCSD Families,

This year Douglas County elementary schools will have a new Elementary Progress Report (EPR).  Your child’s report card will still have all of the same great information you’re accustomed to, including progress they are making on Content; reading, writing, math, science and social studies. Plus, parents will now be able to see how students are doing on the District’s World Class Outcomes, 4Cs and 21st Century Skills.  These four components make up the Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum (GVC).


EPR Customized For Our School

Each grade level's EPR will be personalized and unique to them and will show only the parts of the GVC that have been assessed during that semester.  For that reason, parents will no longer see "N/A" or empty spaces on the EPRs.  As DCSD moves to a new EPR and reporting out on the GVCs, grades levels will not be reporting out on all the WCOs and 21st Century Skills this year.

Each school has the ability to customize their Elementary Progress Report to include school-specific values. At Timber Trail we will be reporting out on Quality Work and ProductivitySafe and Respectful Behavior, and Active Participation.

EPR components will be rated using the following scale; exceeds, meets, approaching, and does not meet.  These ratings are based on grade level expectations for this time of year.  In the classroom, teachers will still be assessing assignments, projects, and tests using a numeric scale of 1, 2, 3, and 4, but on the EPR these ratings will be translated into the new EPR scale.

More Information

Please refer to the EPR tab on the Timber Trail website.  There you will find instructions on how to access the EPR and many links to helpful information.


Michele Radke


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