Preparing for Parent/Teacher Conferences

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Parent/teacher conferences are a place to talk about your child! You’ll learn how they are doing in school - not just academically, but socially and emotionally, too. It’s also your time to ask questions, share your hopes and dreams for your child, and address any concerns or provide insights to your child’s teacher.  

Here are some sample questions for you to ask during conferences:

  • May I tell you about my child?
  • May I tell you about what’s going on at home?
  • How is my child doing socially?
  • How is my child doing emotionally?
  • What do academic performance assessments mean?
  • What are my child’s academic strengths and weaknesses?
  • Does my child need extra help in any areas?
  • What can I do to support literacy in my home?
  • What kinds of questions do you suggest that I ask my child on a daily basis about your class?
Together, we do better for OUR kids! See you at conferences!

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