Elementary NVP Update: Progress Reports

Dear Families of Elementary Northshore Virtual Program Students,

Please see information below about reviewing your child’s progress report. This report is one of many ways we work to communicate student progress with our families. 

In Reading, Writing, and Math, teachers have noted whether or not a student is performing at standard at this time with a Y for yes and a N for no. These reports also contain a section on “Behaviors that Promote Student Learning.” Teachers will note if a student exhibits these traits “Consistently,” “Often,” “Sometimes” or “Rarely” in the box next to each of the behaviors considered important for student success.

Families will need to access ParentVUE to see their student’s fall progress report. 

To access your student’s fall progress report:

  1. Log into ParentVUE by visiting https://parentvue.nsd.org and clicking “I am a Parent”.

  2. Choose the child for whom you want to view the progress report.

  3. If this is your first time logging in this year, you will need to complete the required forms first.

  4. Click Report Card.

  5. View the grades for “Q1”, including comments, which appear at the bottom of the window. If your student is concurrently enrolled, please scroll to the bottom of the page to view the Northshore Virtual Program fall progress report.

If you do not have a ParentVUE Account or need help setting up your account with an activation key, please visit https://www.nsd.org/resources/online-tools/parentvue or contact your school’s main office.

Please note, on the progress report, the number of absences is calculated by the number of dates with an absence. It will count half-day absences and full-day absences to create this number. For example, if a student had three days with half-day absences, it will appear as three dates with absences on the progress report. However, for attendance purposes this will count as 1.5 days absent.

Families of students who receive special education services will also receive an IEP progress report via email from their student’s special education teacher. Families of students in kindergarten will receive an email from their student’s teacher with their WaKIDS progress report attached instead of a fall progress report.

First semester report cards will be sent home the last week of January. Third quarter progress reports may be emailed in April if a student is not meeting standard at that time. 

We believe these reports, in addition to the first and second semester report cards, will help us provide timely and informative feedback on your student’s progress throughout the year.


Thank you,

David Wellington

Assistant Superintendent Northshore School District


Katie Bjornstad

Northshore Virtual Program


Megan Bernicchi

Northshore Virtual Program