Unlike the previous two years, all elementary and high school students will receive their end-of-year grade reports for the 2022–23 school year on time, said the Ministry of Education and Science (MES) in a press release on Monday.
Students will get their final report cards in June, the release says, pointing out that the Bureau for the Development of Education had procured the necessary forms in a timely manner this year.
“The Bureau for the Development of Education signed an agreement with an economic operator and it is currently delivering the report card forms for all grades,” the press release reads.
Grade report card forms for students who are about to complete their elementary and middle school education, as well as for those who are about to graduate from high school, have already been delivered. Once all forms have been delivered, the schools are to decide when to give the report cards to their students, reads the press release.
Urging school principals to do this as soon as possible, the Ministry of Education and Science reminds the public that the 2022–23 school year ends on June 9 for high school students and on June 14 for elementary school students.