St. Andrew's Elementary School will have Parent-Teacher Conferences on Thursday, March 10. There will be no school on March 10th or 11th.
Preschool Sign-ups are coming via e-mail
Ms. Stoneberger's Kindergarten - https://signup.com/go/JcnbWXb
Ms. Rziha's First Grade - https://signup.com/go/ysoEDRw
Mrs. Woods's Second Grade https://signup.com/go/VPDtzna
Mrs. Wilson's Third Grade - https://signup.com/client/invitation2/secure/1122919716032/false?popup=true#/invitation
Mrs. Randle's Fourth Grade - https://signup.com/go/etCstOk
Mrs. Anguiano's Fifth Grade - https://signup.com/go/pRPcyvE
Have a Succesful Meeting
Before the conference
Ask your child how she feels about school.
Ask your child if there is anything that he wants you to talk about with his teacher.
Tell your child that you and the teacher are meeting to help her.
Make a list of topics that you want to talk about with the teacher.
Prepare a list of questions such as:
1. What are my child's strongest and weakest subjects? 2. Does my child hand homework in on time? 3. Does my child participate in class? 4. Does my child seem happy at school? 5. What can I do at home to help?
During the conference
Be on time (or early) for the meeting.
End the meeting on time. Other parents will probably have a conference after yours.
Relax and be yourself.
Stay calm during the conference.
Ask the most important questions first.
If your child receives special services, ask about your child's progress in those classes.
Ask for explanations of anything you don't understand
Ask your child's teacher for ways that you can help your child at home.
After the conference
Talk about the conference with your child.
Talk about the positive points, and be direct about problems.
Tell your child about any plans you and the teacher created.
Keep in touch with the teacher during the school year.