As we move through the first half of the school year, we are quickly approaching the time for parent teacher conferences. While this can be an exciting opportunity to discuss your child’s progress so far, for some families, it can be an overwhelming experience. There are ways, however families can prepare for upcoming conferences with the school. Here are some things to consider as you prepare to meet with your child’s teacher.
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These are a few of the things that may help you make the most of the upcoming parent teacher conference. Remember, this is an opportunity to learn how your child is doing, the curriculum and educational resources being used, and their progress. More importantly, this is a great time to address any concerns you may have regarding their progress. Our children are most successful, when families and teachers work together for their success!
Additional Resources on preparing for parent teacher conferences
Fact Sheet: Talking with Your Child’s Teachers
Teachers share how families can prepare for parent teacher conferences
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