Ways to Get Connected

Communication

There are many ways for parents to stay informed of what is going on at school and how their child is doing. Each year we send home two report cards and have three sets of parent-teacher-student conferences. There is also a “Meet the Teacher” evening in the fall of each year.

A parent’s first line of communication with the school is the classroom teacher. Please feel free to call or email your child’s teacher, bearing in mind that teachers are not able to accept telephone calls during instructional time. 

The office also sends out e-mail reminders throughout the school year as well, so we encourage all parents to “opt-in” for School Messenger messages so that you do not miss out on important updates.

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The public is welcome to attend, or view meetings online.

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