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Parent Teacher Conferences

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Updated: 9/16/20

This year, parent teacher conferences are virtual. You can use your child's login information or sign-up for a free Zoom account.

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Pueblo will hold conferences on Thursday, September 17 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. Classes will end early on Friday, September 18 (11:10 a.m.).

To request your conference, contact your child's teacher: Teacher Contact List. Your child's teacher may also reach out to you to schedule a conference. We look forward to talking with you to discuss how we can work together as a team to promote your child's success. Make the most of your Parent Teacher Conference! The tips below will also help you have useful conferences with your child's teacher.

Preparing for the Parent Teacher Conference
  • Please share with us how remote learning is working for you and your family. Your teacher can offer tips and suggestions as well as help you find some of the many resources we offer online.
  • Ask your child's teacher about your child's online participation and attendance. This can help us develop strategies to promote success.
  • Please share any specific challenges you, your family, and your child are experiencing with remote learning. We can offer suggestions to help make the experience rewarding.
  • Find out how your child feels about classes (ask what he or she likes best or least and why).
  • Come prepared with specific questions for your teacher about your child's work.
    1. How well is my child progressing?
    2. What are my child's strengths and weaknesses?
    3. What book (or books) is my child using?
    4. How often will my child have homework, and what kind of homework will he or she have? How can I help?
    5. How does my child get along with classmates?
    6. Does my child take part in class discussion and activities?
    7. When are regularly scheduled classroom tests? How can I help my child prepare for them?
  • Bring observations from home about your child's strengths and weaknesses.
  • Bring relevant medical information concerning your child's general health, allergies, vision problems, etc.

How to Have an Effective Parent Teacher Conference

  • Focus on your child's academic progress and your child's strengths.
  • Share your concerns, opinions, and ideas openly and honestly, with mutual respect for the important educational role that both you and your child's teacher play.
  • Ask the teacher to explain terms or concepts you don't understand.
  • Agree on steps that you can take to reinforce your child's academic skills at home.
  • Ask about fun and engaging ways that learning can happen at home off-screen.

Thank you for your role in supporting your child's education!

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