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    Paper School Report Card



    • Dan Theman

      School Report Card... some A's, some B's, some C's, and once or twice a D. That was about what my report cards looked like.

    • Kenneth Meyer

      Paper School Report Card. I remember my parents would have to sign the back of it and I would return it the next day. Yep.. me too.

    • Victoria Morgan

      Vintage School Report Card. Had fairly good grades all during my schooling, but certainly was not on the honor roll very often. Grade school was the best for me. Those were years a kid could be a kid .

    • Gina Reischman

      Vintage School Report Card. Under "talking" I would always get my only "I" for needs improvement!

    • Vicki Kramer

      Paper School Report Card....I still have mine from Oakdale Elementary School in Barberton Ohio

    • Val Kerr

      Vintage School Report Cards. I must be 'vintage'. I had these in elementary school :)

    • Lisa Andreuccetti McMahon

      Vintage School Report Card. Mine looked just like this in elementary school!

    • Dawn Doolin

      Vintage School Report Card....hee hee how I dreaded these coming in the mail

    • Lori Padgett

      Paper School Report Card ~ Childhood Memories

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