PELC October Updates
Online scheduling for Parent Teacher Conferences will begin on
Monday, October 11th at 4pm.
Parent Teacher Conferences
We will be holding in-person conferences on Thursday, October 21st and Tuesday, October 26th. Our goal is to provide families with timely updates along with an opportunity show growth before report cards go home. Please mark your calendars and plan to attend!
Follow-up conferences will be scheduled for Thursday, February 17th. This round is one night only, with parents either requesting a conference OR being invited by the teacher.
Please see the attached letter for more information in regards to conferences and scheduling. Also, as a reminder, teachers will only be able to accomodate one conference per child.
PELC Book Fair - October 25-29!
Students will be able to shop with their classes on an assigned date and time. It will also be open to the public during Parent Teacher Conferences on October 26th only!
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Requirements to become a Substitute Teacher:
WI Teaching license in any subject area
Associate’s degree in ANY subject area with the 3 Year Substitute license OR willingness to obtain licensure with TOC’s guidance (https://dpi.wi.gov/tepdl/licensing/types/three-year-substitute)
Requirements to become a Substitute Paraprofessional:
High School Diploma
Special Education Paraprofessionals: WI Special Education Aide License, other WI teaching or substitute license needed OR willingness to obtain Special Ed Aide License with TOC’s guidance (https://dpi.wi.gov/tepdl/licensing/types/special-ed-aide)
Updates from our Parent Teacher Student Organization
- The next meeting for the PTSO will be on November 10th at 5:30pm in the PELC Art Room.
- Information about the meeting will be sent out to the list of emails on file, but all are welcome.
- Please contact the PTSO at email@example.com for more information!
Learning From Home
Please note that teachers will provide feedback on the mask wearing practices of your child upon request, but will not be enforcing mask wearing while it remains optional. This decision is a family based one; as is the enforcement.