Conference week starts February 16 - February 18
Making Parent-Teacher Conferences Work for Your Child
A parent–teacher conference is a time when important people in a student's life can talk about how that student is doing in school. It's a chance for you to ask questions about the class or your child's progress. It is also a time for you and the teacher to work together as a team to discuss ways you both can help your son or daughter. Whether your child is in elementary, middle, or secondary school, parent-teacher conferences are important. If your school does not schedule regular conferences, you can request them. Teachers need your help to do a first- class job. Together, you can help your child have a great school year. Conference Tips.
Did You Know?
*Parents are available in the student center office during lunch on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays to help students with college and career questions?
*The Hammond High School PTSA executive board elections are in May? If you want more information on running for office or to be a committee chairperson, please contact Chris Albano at firstname.lastname@example.org . Continue to read the Hammond High School News to hear more about elections.
*Spring sports try-outs begin in March. Do you have your paper-work in order?
*PTSA is helping with our 8th graders transition to high school? We will attend every orientation to answer questions.