Report Card Comments & Phrases—Personality & Attitude


  • Although there has been some improvement in _______'s attitude toward his schoolwork, it is not consistent. He will need continual guidance from home and school throughout the rest of the year.

  • This report card is a reflection of ________'s attitude in school. He could improve if he decided to work harder and cooperate more.

  • _______'s attitude toward our school rules, the other students, and myself is reflected in this reporting quarter. She is capable of being a successful student with effort.

  • As my past reports have indicated, ______ does not do his schoolwork. He can do better if he makes his mind up to work harder and complete his assignments.

  • Although there has been some improvement with ______'s attitude toward her classmates, she frequently needs to be reminded to be respectful.

  • As we discussed in our last conference, ________'s attitude toward the basic skills is poor. Please continue to do a nightly review with her, especially focusing on ________.

  • Thank you for your interest in our class. I am pleased to report that _______ is showing positive development in regards to his attitude in our classroom.

  • _______ continues to make nice progress this year concerning her attitude in the classroom and on the playground.

  • I will continue to need your help and support if _______ is to overcome her attitude and social difficulties. She will find school a much more pleasant place if she can make a positive effort in this area.

  • _________'s attitude has continued to improve. Thank you for your support and cooperation.


  • ______ displays an excellent attitude.

  • ______'s attitude toward school is excellent.

  • ______ has a good attitude toward school.

  • ______ assumes responsibility well and has a find attitude.

  • ______ shows initiative and thinks things through for himself.

  • ______ is developing a better attitude toward ___ grade.

  • ______ needs to improve classroom attitude.

  • ______ is a very pleasant student to work with.

  • ______ is a very thoughtful student.

  • ______ has a pleasant disposition.

  • ______ is pleasant and friendly.

  • ______ is cooperative and happy.

  • ______ is cooperative and well mannered.

  • ______ has a pleasant personality.

  • ______ is a pleasure to have around.

  • ______ is friendly and cooperative.

  • ______ is a sweet and cooperative child.

  • ______ is a very happy, well-adjusted child, but _____.

  • ______ is self-confident and has excellent manners.

  • ______ has a sense of humor we all enjoy.

  • ______ has a sense of humor and enjoys the stories we read.

  • ______ gets upset easily.

  • ______ cries easily.

  • ______ often seems tired at school.

  • Although _____________'s growth in social maturity is continuing, it is not consistent.

  • ______ is enthusiastic about participating.

  • ______ participates well in class.

  • ______ volunteers often.

  • ______ is willing to take part in all classroom activities.

  • ______ is showing interest and enthusiasm for the things we do.

  • ______ makes fine contributions.

  • ______ takes an active part in discussions pertinent to ______.

  • ______ responds well.

  • ______ speaks with confidence to the group.

  • ______ takes turns talking.

  • ______ enjoys participating in conversation and discussion.

  • ______ needs to actively participate in classroom discussion.

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