Report Card Comments & Phrases—End of Year


  • There has been noticeable improvement in _______'s study habits this year. Please continue to work on these skills over the summer.

  • Thank-you for your interest in _______'s schoolwork this year. With her continued effort, she will receive much satisfaction from her work.

  • _______ is a fine citizen and a hard worker. I have thoroughly enjoyed having him in my class this year. Have a wonderful summer.

  • _______ has matured nicely this year. His progress during this last quarter was impressive. I hope this effort and attitude will carry over into the next school year.

  • Thank you for your support and interest in our class this year. _______ is a very hardworking boy and should have much success in the ____ grade.


  • _______ has matured nicely this year, both academically and socially.

  • _______'s friendly, sincere way has made him a very popular member of the ___ grade.

  • _______ would benefit from reading many library books this summer.

  • _______ needs to improve his reading speed and comprehension if he is to have success in the ______ grade.

  • _______ continued to blossom as the year progressed.

  • _______ helped to make my year a pleasant one.

  • _______ takes a keen interest in all her work and is a most agreeable and willing worker. It has been wonderful having her in my room.

  • Thank-you for the help I know you have given her.

  • Please continue during the summer with ______ review and as many reading experiences as possible.

  • Thank-you for your interest in _______'s attitude.

  • I'm sorry I didn't get to meet you this year.

  • Thanks for your cooperation.

  • With _______'s friendly, cooperative attitude, she will always be a pleasant addition to any class.

  • I have enjoyed the association I have had with _______.

  • I enjoyed having _______ in my class.

  • It has been a pleasure to have _______ in my class.

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