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Parent/Teacher Conferences

Parent/Teacher conferences are scheduled for November 20 and 21 and March 8 and 9. This will give teachers time to meet with parents to discuss their child’s academic performance. This will also be a time to discuss ways to support each child with their individual needs. Conference hours will be available in the morning and evenings to accommodate parent/guardian schedules. PLEASE MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO MEET WITH YOUR CHILD’S TEACHER AT THIS TIME! If you are unable to come for the conference, a phone conference can be scheduled.There is no school for students on those days.


Standards Based Progress Report are a means of communicating to parents/guardians how their children are performing, academically. Progress reports will be given during the Parent/Teacher Conference at the end of every trimester.

Academic Improvement Plans(AIP): State law required that schools develop AIP’s for students who are not achieving standards in the content areas. These students are identified by their performance on standardized tests, school assessments and classroom progress. These plans will be completed by the classroom teacher, parents/guardians and the student by Winter Break. These plans will identify interventions for student success. The classroom teacher, student and parent/guardian will be responsible for implementing these interventions. In April, the progress of the student will be reviewed and additional recommendations will be made. These recommendations may include summer school or retention in the current grade the following year.