Report Card Comments & Phrases—Citizenship


  • Although _______ has had some difficulty adjusting to our room and various duties, he usually tries to cooperate.

  • As you know from my reports to you, _______ has had some problems adjusting to our room. Please continue to work with him in this area.

  • _______ has made many fine contributions to our class and is an inspiration to her classmates.

  • No matter how busy _______ is, he still has time to do something nice for someone. For this reason, he is one of the best citizens in my class.

  • _______ assumes responsibility well, excels on the playground, and is well liked by her peers.

  • _______ is trying to practice good citizenship habits, but has been inconsistent with this. He needs to remember that we play only at certain times.

  • _______ is a very dependable student. She frequently helps her classmates without being asked to do so. Thank-you for your help.

  • Since our last conference, _______ has shown great improvement in the area of citizenship. Thank-you for your support.

  • _______ is starting to understand that in order to be a part of this class, she must follow the classroom rules. More improvement is needed for her to be successful in this area.

  • _______ is one the best citizens in the class. He often volunteers and helps others without being asked.


  • _______ is learning to be careful, cooperative, and fair.

  • _______ is very helpful with cleanup work around the room.

  • _______ gets along well with other children.

  • _______ accepts responsibility.

  • _______ works well with her neighbors.

  • _______ is a good citizen.

  • _______ makes friends quickly and is well liked by classmates.

  • _______ cooperates well.

  • _______ helps others.

  • _______ is a big help in seeing that our room looks clean and pleasant.

  • _______ is a fine citizen and takes a keen interest in school.

  • _______ possesses good self-discipline.

  • _______ is respectful of others.

  • _______ can be very helpful and dependable in the classroom.

  • _______ is always cooperative.

  • _______ needs to improve respect for others.

  • _______ interrupts others.

  • _______ needs to learn more socially acceptable behavior.

  • _______ needs to improve his self-control so he can be more socially accepted.

  • _______ is learning to listen and share with others.

  • _______ has difficulty following the classroom rules.

  • _______ does too much talking. It is disturbing to the other children.

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