Synergy is the name of the Student Information System that Mountain Sages contracts with Poudre School District to use, allowing us to maintain updated student contact information, health information, daily schedule, grades, attendance and more in a secure setting. Parents of Mountain Sage students can access student information through the Synergy portal called ParentVue. All parents must register their account in order to make the most of this important communication tool.
If you need assistance with access to Synergy or would like to request a hard copy, please contact our Office Administrator, Stephanie Powers.
Parents of 6th through 8th graders should be sure to share these with their students, using semester one report cards to spark discussions about second semester goals and needs.
Parents of kindergarten through 5th students, please note these report cards are for parent eyes only. This information can be used to guide continued support of your student's educational journey. We encourage parents to communicate with their child's teachers if they have any questions. Our goal is to have a growth mindset for assessing your child in achievement of Waldorf-inspired and state-based standards. Within your student's report card you will see the following letter code used:
A = Advanced (The learner has demonstrated outstanding scholarship and fluent understanding of the specific knowledge and skills.) P = Proficient (The learner has demonstrated understanding of specific knowledge and skills.) E = Emerging (The learner has demonstrated an emerging understanding of specific knowledge and skills.) N = Not yet (The learner has provided some evidence for assessment but has not yet demonstrated understanding of specific knowledge or skills.) Please note that Mountain Sage teachers use “Advanced” only in rare cases where the child is truly going above and beyond in a particular area almost all of the time. If your child receives “Proficient” in a category, they are doing well. “Emerging” means this is a skill they are still working on, and "Not Yet" indicates an area of real struggle. Be sure to view the comments section of the report for more information about how your child is doing in regard to these skills.