Parent Teacher Conferences


 

Conferences: March 22 & 23, 2017

Wednesday is by appointment only 
Thursday is drop-in, with the following exceptions. 

Mr. Judson is unavailable after 3:00
Mr. Russ Wright is unavailable after 3:00
Mr. Fagen is unavailable on Thursday
Spanish Translators will not be available at the high school either day.
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This list may not be complete and is subject to change. If you desire a specific time frame to meet, please make an appointment for Wednesday.  If you are unable to attend during these times, please feel free to contact teachers via phone or email to arrange a different time.  (A staff list with email addresses is available under the “Contact Us” menu at the top of the page).

First time? Need a refresher? Watch the tutorial video below first!
The link to the scheduling program is below the tutorial

 

 

Please be advised, you must know and select the appropriate teachers.
The program does not “auto-populate” for your specific student!

CLICK HERE FOR THE SCHEDULING PROGRAM

 

Your attendance at conferences is highly encouraged. We, as educators, understand and recognize the tremendous impact that parent involvement can have on student performance. Even if you are unable to attend conferences, communicating with your child’s teacher via phone or email can have a dramatic effect on academic performance at school.

Parents should keep in mind a number of things when preparing for conferences.

  • Parent-teacher conferences are important to the child’s success at school. Parent-teacher conferences give parents the opportunity to deal with any misunderstandings and discuss things that relate to their child’s progress in school. It is an opportunity for two-way communication.
  • Parents should write down specific questions. If parents feel that their child is receiving too much or too little homework, they should ask about their concerns regarding homework.
  • Parents should visit their child’s classroom as part of the conference. A short tour will make parents aware of what their child is experiencing every day.
  • Remember that your child’s success is linked to effective parent teacher communication. The child needs to know that his or her parents are working together with the teacher.
  • Parents should avoid interrogating the teacher. They should try to avoid a rapid-fire series of questions; occasional comment from the parents does much to change the tone of the interview.
  • Parents should try to remain calm. They should try to avoid getting angry and never make a personal attack on the teacher as most issues can be worked out through positive communication. Emotion has a tendency to distract from the productivity of a conversation that might help your child’s academic performance.

We genuinely hope to see you at conferences and hope that parent-teacher communication can help us in our goal to educate all of our students to their full potential.

Sincerely,

Fruitland High School Staff