Soon it will be time to file the 4th and final quarterly report in NYC. The quarterly reports are how the NYCDOE monitors attendance and the progress of homeschooled students throughout the year, similar to report cards in traditional school.
You report the subjects and material covered and then issue a “grade” or written evaluation.
This year I reported on the subjects of : Arithmetic, English Language Arts, Science, Social Studies/ History, Physical/ Health Education, Visual Arts and Music. Personally I provided a brief written evaluation as opposed to a letter grade.
As the year went on I found it helpful to set a reminder in my calendar two weeks before the report was due to write it, then the week before it was due to mail it. I also mailed everything via Certified Mail so I could have a record that the report was delivered.
You do not receive anything in return from the NYCDOE that they have received or approved your Quarterly Report but I’m assuming they would reach out if there was a problem!