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FirstName is off to a wonderful start in English, and I'm happy to be his teacher. He definitely has a remarkable mind for English. His ability to think outside the box is terrific and allowing him to be very successful in this class. He is also able to manage his time well, consistently turning in work before it is due. He also consistently shows up on time and ready to learn. He takes marvelous notes in class, which makes it easier for him to use them as a resource for studying. Great job, FirstName. Keep it up, and you will see more and more improvement

FirstName is off to an excellent start in math, and I'm so happy to be teaching her this year. She takes great notes. This allows her to complete assignments more easily outside of class. Also, she always shows up on time and ready to learn. FirstName, keep up the good work next quarter, and you should continue to see success in this course. 

It's been a fabulous first semester, and I have been enjoying getting to know FirstName. He not only works well with his peers, but he is a natural leader. He arrives every day prepared for class and ready to work. He takes his time on his assignments, showing that he takes pride in his work, and additionally, he can think outside the box with little coaxing. FirstName, you've done well this semester. Keep it up and you will continue to grow in this class. 

FirstName is an amazing student with the potential to do great things this year. She is consistently engaged during class and has a positive attitude. I appreciate how she consistently arrives to class on time and gets to work promptly, showing that she takes this class seriously. She also arrives every day prepared for class and ready to work. FirstName, you have worked hard and seen success because of it. You've done good work so far, and I can't wait to see what more you do. 

FirstName is doing well in Spanish, and she has the potential to be a leader that others look up to. Additionally, her notes are consistently neat and organized. It's been a respectful 9-weeks, and I'm sure there will be more to come. 

FirstName is an amazing student with the potential to do great things this year. His work is thorough and thoughtful. Additionally, his assignments are consistently turned in on time. I appreciate how he consistently arrives to class on time and prepared for learning. In addition, he is a responsible student who is able to work independently with little direction. FirstName, keep up the stellar work and you will see more and more improvement. 

The year is off to a really good start for FirstName. His work consistently demonstrates that a great deal of care and thoughtfulness was put into it. He also has the potential to be a leader that others look up to. FirstName, this has been a superb quarter for you. Keep up the hard work. 

FirstName is off to a great start this year. She actively engages in work thoroughly and diligently, making learning less taxing and more interesting. She also works well independently and can be depended on to do her best. FirstName, you've done well, and I look forward to seeing more from you this year. 

FirstName is an exceptional student and has done a really good job this trimester. He always arrives to class prepared to work every day, and I also appreciate how engaged he is in the learning process. His energy and enthusiasm are contagious and make learning more pleasurable. He is kind, responsible, and a role model to his peers. Additionally, he is able to turn in his work complete and on time on a regular basis. FirstName, it's been a wonderful trimester, and I look forward to continuing to see improvements from you. 

FirstName is an amazing student and has done an impressive job this quarter. He has a good handle on time management. He can be counted on to be punctual and prepared to learn every day. He always shows up on time and ready to learn, and he has a positive attitude. FirstName, keep up the marvelous work. 

The year is off to a really good start for FirstName. I appreciate how he is consistently on time and comes to class ready to learn. He is also a gifted student who can think abstractly and analyze new information easily. FirstName, it's been a great 9-weeks, and I look forward to seeing you continue to improve. 

FirstName has done a very good job so far, and I'm glad to have her in my class. She is responsible about completing all of her assignments thoroughly and consistently. Also, her kind character has made her a friend to many. FirstName, keep up the good work next quarter, and you should continue to see success in this course. 

The year is off to an excellent start for FirstName. He is a dependable student, consistently making good use of his time. He also always completes all of his work, both at home and in class, to the best of his ability. In addition, he puts a great deal of thought and effort into the work he turns in, and his polite nature is much appreciated in class. Keep up the hard work in math, and you will do amazing things. 

FirstName is a gifted student with the potential to do great things this year. He is consistently on time with his assignments both at home and in class. He also enjoys participating in various lessons and his background knowledge adds a great deal to our class discussions. He is a very responsible and organized student. He keeps track of his assignments and takes care of his belongings. Additionally, he is a gifted student who can think abstractly and analyze new information easily. FirstName, keep up the good work next quarter, and you should continue to see success in this course. 

FirstName is an amazing student with the potential to do great things this year. He is able to turn in his work complete and on time on a regular basis. In addition, his well-mannered and pleasant character makes him a joy to teach. Great job, FirstName. Keep it up, and your future will be bright. 

It's been a wonderful first quarter, and I have been enjoying getting to know FirstName. Her talent and ability to think abstractly are good. In addition, her respectful and pleasant character makes her a joy to teach. Also, she can be counted on to make good use of her time. She always arrives to class with the necessary materials and ready for learning. She takes her time on her assignments, showing that she takes pride in her work. FirstName, it's been a terrific quarter, and I look forward to continuing to see improvements from you. 

I'm excited to be teaching FirstName this year. Many of his classmates look up to him as a leader because of his strong, compassionate personality and impressive work ethic. Also, he is very caring and always respectful to others. I also applaud how he always arrives to class on time and gets to work promptly, showing that he takes this class seriously. FirstName, this has been a stellar semester for you. I look forward to continuing to work with you this year. 

FirstName is off to a fantastic start in math, and I'm excited to be his teacher. He is thoughtful and responsible, which is why his peers look up to him. He also always completes his assignments with care and diligence. His work is thorough and thoughtful. He is also punctual and always brings all of his materials to class. FirstName, you've done well this quarter. Keep it up and you will be successful in this class. 

Comments for All-Around Great Students

Use the comments below for students who always perform well and try their best. Just replace the name, pronouns, subject, and name used for the marking period as you see fit.

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Comments for Polite, Hard-Working Students who Struggle Academically

Use the comments below for students are great students who try their best, but still struggle with academic skills.

FirstName has started off a little bit slow this year. He is such a pleasure to teach. He is always attentive in class, and participates in classroom activities. He also consistently shows up on time and ready to learn. Having said that, his lack of confidence is making it more difficult him to learn. He should work on trusting his abilities more in the future because he is a bright and capable student. FirstName, keep up the good work and remember to seek out help when you need it. 

FirstName is a superb addition to the class but sometimes has a hard time with more difficult and abstract tasks. She enjoys participating in various classroom activities and her background knowledge adds a great deal to our activities. Having said that, it takes her longer to grasp the skills deeply. She often only retains and memorizes the basic ideas of what we are covering. FirstName should continue to work hard and seek help when she needs to. If she does, I'm sure we will see her hard work pay off soon. 

FirstName hasn't always found the content this quarter easy, but he is making progress. I appreciate his positive attitude in class. Also, he always completes his homework to the best of his ability. He may need to work on test taking skills in order to do well since his test scores often don't reflect his ability. FirstName, keep working hard, and I know you will see more progress. 

FirstName has started the year a bit shaky, often having trouble keeping up with new skills. She can learn the basics, but mastering skills in a way that allows her to evaluate new situations is very difficult for her. She may need to spend more time studying in order to see more success in the future. That said, she is responsible about completing all of her work meticulously and consistently. Additionally, I very much appreciate her contributions to class discussions. FirstName, you are a capable student. Remember to take your time and pay attention to details. 

FirstName hasn't always found the concepts we are learning this quarter easy, but he is making progress. His enthusiasm for Spanish makes the class more fun for the entire class. I also appreciate his compassionate character. My only worry is that he struggles with analyzing and applying new skills beyond the surface level. FirstName, keep working hard, and you will show a better understanding of the content. 

It's been a challenging start for FirstName. He is disruptive at times and his behavior in class needs improvement. Only then will he start to see improvement in the quality of his work. In addition, bringing all of the necessary materials to class every day should be his focus next trimester. He would often forget important assignments, books, paper, etc., causing a disruption to learning. FirstName should work at making a few adjustments to his study habits. If he does, I'm sure he will better understand of the material and earn higher grades down the road. 

FirstName has been having difficulty keeping up this year and often finds the concepts being taught challenging. He struggles with following classroom rules and needs to focus on getting assignments done in a timely manner. In addition, he needs to better organize his materials next trimester. This will help him to work more efficiently down the line. FirstName may need to adjust his study habits next trimester in order to see more success in the future next quarter. 

 

FirstName hasn't been fully comprehending the material as easily as I would like, but he is working at improving. He can be easily distracted in class which often results in the disruption of the learning environment. He would have an easier time learning if he could stay more attentive in class. He also does not consistently work efficiently in groups. Groups can be more distracting, but they are an essential component of learning. It will be important that he work on being more effective in groups so he can see more success. FirstName should work at making a few adjustments to his study habits. If he does, I'm sure he will see grades that more accurately reflect ability down the road. 

 

FirstName is off to a slow start this year, and he has a hard time staying seated for the duration of this class. He also will need to work on being more engaged in lessons in the future in order to be more successful. At times, he seems disinterested in learning which shows in the quality of his work. FirstName should work at making a few adjustments to his study habits. If he does, I'm sure he will see improvement in the future. 

 

FirstName has started off a little shaky in math this year. He is a very capable student, but his grades do not show how talented he is, due to a lack of effort to truly master new concepts. Socializing is his priority at times instead of the skills we are learning. Learning would be much less demanding for him if he would stay engaged in discussions more. FirstName may need to adjust his study habits next quarter in order to see better progress. 

FirstName is not making as much progress as I would like him to be making at this point in the year. Even though he is very considerate to everyone he meets, he needs to put more time into completing homework with the quality I know he is capable of. Some of his efforts this trimester fell a bit short of my expectations. FirstName should work at making a few adjustments to his study habits. If he does, I'm sure he will gain the confidence needed to be more successful in this class. 

FirstName has been having a tough time keeping up this year and often finds the skills being learned challenging. His grades could be better, but I believe he is settling for just a surface level understanding. I would like to see him try to dig deeper and participate in activities with more enthusiasm. Also, his homework has not been getting completed routinely making learning harder for him. FirstName may need to adjust his study habits next trimester in order to see more growth next trimester. 

FirstName is off to a slow start this year. His efforts on assignments have not been up to par, causing him to not fully understand new skills we are learning. That said, his nice character has made him a friend to many in the class. FirstName may need to be more diligent about his studies next trimester in order to see improvement. 

FirstName has been having difficulty keeping up this year and often finds the material challenging. Inconsistency has been a problem for her this trimester. She may need to work on balancing academics, extracurriculars, and other activities in order to maintain higher grades throughout the trimester. Keeping up in the class is tougher than it should be for her because she isn't completing work attentively or consistently. Her grades are suffering because she doesn't consistently turn in assignments that are fully complete. FirstName, you are a bright student and capable of achieving higher grades next trimester. Remember to ask for help when you need it. 

FirstName is finding the material very challenging, and he may need help in order to be successful in this class. He isn't always able to work independently, needing prompting to get tasks completed in a timely manner. Additionally, inconsistent homework efforts are hindering his ability to be as successful as he should be in this course. That said, his caring and sincere demeanor has made him a friend and role model to many of his classmates. FirstName is capable of great things, but may need to adjust his work habits to see better results next trimester. 

Comments for Disruptive Students

Use the comments below for students who have trouble managing their in-class behavior.

Comments for students that don't complete homework.

Use the comments below for students who are generally well behaved and capable, but don't complete their work.

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