Parent-teacher conferences are scheduled for March 6 between the hours ofand on March 8 between the hours of . The high school will dismiss at approximately on .
Spring conferences at the high school are designed as traditional drop-in conferences. Teachers will be seated at tables in the commons and first-floor areas. Parents are asked to park west of the high school in the designated student parking areas and enter the building from the west entrance to the commons. A map of teacher locations will be available to parents at a table located near the center of the commons.
High school students are encouraged to attend conferences with their parents to discuss their academic progress. Teachers will provide information regarding student progress and identify what they see as student strengths and areas for growth. We ask that parents be prepared to ask questions to gain a full understanding of how we can partner with you for the success of your student.
Instructional coaches will also be available during conferences in the library as an additional resource for students and parents. Parents will be able to stop by at their convenience if they have any questions regarding these points, or other questions regarding support services for students.
Role of an Instructional Coach
Senior Seminar Testing Requirement (requirements for seniors)
Questions and concerns regarding future student course selections
If you have additional questions regarding conferences you may email Assistant Principal, Glenn Dietzenbach or call 967-6631.
We look forward to seeing you at conferences.
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