Fall Parent Teacher Conferences
Army Trail Elementary School
Parent Teacher Conferences Sign-up Guide
Parent Teacher Conferences
Conferences will be held individually with parents/guardians in 15-minute increments. Conferences can be scheduled for multiple teachers and students. Online access to schedule conferences will open on October 25 and close on November 5. Conferences that need to be scheduled after online registration closes will need to go through the individual teacher.
If you have already been contacted by your child's academic team and have made an appointment, you do not have to schedule a conference online. Don't hesitate to contact the Main Office if you need assistance logging in or need your username and password.
Conference Date and Times
November 17; 4:00-7:30 pm
November 18; 4:00-7:30 pm
November 19; 12:45-3:30 pm
Sign-ups for conference are between October 25 and November 11.
Enter Username and Passord
Select Teacher Conferences
Select All Conferences
Choose "Select a Time for Each Teacher you will meet with
Select a time slot to meet with the teacher
Save the selected time
Select "View Scheduled Times" to review selected times
Parent Tips for Parent-Teacher Conferences
A key ingredient for educational achievement is the parent-teacher conference, and to make sure they're successful for both parents and teachers, we've come up with a list of what educators would like parents to know.
The first on the list: Show up, please!
“We know parents are busy, but it is important to carve out time to invest in your child’s education and ensure success at school,” said National Education Association President Dennis Van Roekel. “To get the most out of parent-teacher conferences, parents need to take an active role in their child’s education year-round and come prepared to discuss how their child can reach their full potential.”
Here are the rest of our tips for parents:
Get Ready. Do your homework prior to parent-teacher conferences. Prepare by writing notes to yourself concerning:
- Any questions about the school’s programs or policies.
- Things you can share with the teacher about your child and his life at home.
- Questions about your child’s progress.
Ask Important Questions
Don’t be afraid to engage in a frank conversation with your child’s teacher. Your goal is to develop an action plan for your child’s success at school. Good questions to ask the teacher include:
- What are my child’s strengths and weaknesses?
- How does my child get along with classmates?
- Is my child working up to her ability? Where could she use improvement?
- What can we do at home to support what you are doing in the classroom?
Initiate the Action Plan
Start immediately on the action plan you and the teacher put together. Discuss the plan with your child and track his progress. Stay in touch with your child’s teacher throughout the year with regularly scheduled “report card” conferences that can keep the communication lines open.
“Parents are the best resource for a child to make the grade,” said Van Roekel. “When teachers and parents work together, we can help a child have a successful school year.”
Army Trail Elementary School
Army Trail exists to EDUCATE, EMPOWER, IMPACT, and INSPIRE others.
Army Trail School’s vision is to build a foundation that allows students to define their path towards lifelong success.