Next Week & Conferences Information

Reminder -- No School 10/19 due to Conference Prep

Conferences on 10/28 & 10/29

Dear Parents/Guardians:


This fall, Teacher-Parent-Student Virtual Conferences will be scheduled on the evening of Wednesday, October 28, and all day on Thursday, October 29. There will be no school on Friday, October 30th. The purpose of fall conferences is to meet with all parents in order to discuss student progress. Interpreters will be provided for families requiring the service. Often, busy schedules limit the time that teachers and parents can share information, so making the most of opportunities such as conferences becomes even more important. Please make this conference a high priority for communicating with your child’s teacher!


Patrick Lynch is using PTCFast.com to make conference signups as convenient as possible this year. Please click on the link below to begin the process. You will then be able to select the teacher or teachers of your student(s) and the day and appointment time(s) that you prefer. You can also find the link on the Patrick Lynch website. After signing up, you will receive an appointment confirmation email. If you do not receive an email within 24 hours, please check your SPAM or Junk folder.


Please sign up for an appointment by Friday, October 23. After you have signed up, teachers will have a Zoom link posted in their virtual classrooms for you to click on and join your child’s conference on the 28th or 29th.


https://www.ptcfast.com/schools/Patrick_Lynch_Elementary


If you encounter any problems, please contact the office or your child’s teacher.

The teachers at Patrick Lynch look forward to the opportunity to work with parents/guardians to support their children’s educational success. Thank you for participating in conferences this fall.


Sincerely,


Jeffrey Cerveny, Principal


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Multnomah County Library Information

Check out the attached PDF File below for information on Multnomah County Library resources including homework help, tutoring, and online book and reading resources.

The Great Body Shop

THE GREAT BODY SHOP is a comprehensive health education curriculum that is sequential, developmentally appropriate, culturally sensitive and medically accurate. THE GREAT BODY SHOP is aligned to state and national standards for health education, as well as the Healthy People 2020 initiative. It is aligned to the National Education Standards, the National Sexuality Education Standards, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Characteristics of Effective Health Education Curricular and the core concepts recommended by the CDC’s HECAT. It is designed primarily for children and their families. Monthly, Student Issues are sent to schools. The Student Issue looks like a health magazine and is used like a periodical or informational text. At the end of the unit, students take the Student Issue home and use them for family activities and discussions.


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