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Help Us Schedule November Conferences

On November 5, 7 and 8 we will hold parent/teacher conferences at Georgetown.  Please help us schedule a time for you to learn about your child’s progress at school by completing thisParent/Teacher Conference Survey.

Once information is collected for all students, we will create a schedule and notify you of your schedule time on or before November 1.

Thank you for your help with this task.

Mrs. Reagan

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The Week Ahead 11/2/09

Our first week in November brings sugar withdrawl, a time change and parent/teacher conferences.  Check the schedule below for details about upcoming events…as well as your child’s classroom blog.

Due to a technical difficulties, the software responsible for our report card data crashed over the weekend.  Please be patient as we all work to develop reports to share during conferences.

Teachers very much look forward to sharing your child’s progress with you at conferences.  They put a great deal of time into preparing for these…and utilizing every minute of the time available.   I will be using the intercom system to announce the start/end time, attempting to help keep teachers and parents punctual.

Have a great week!

11 2 09 agenda

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Parent Teacher Conferences Ahead!

During the first week in November (on dates 2,3,4),  all teachers in grades PK-5 meet with parents to provide information about each child’s progress in learning.  This year, we are asking each parent to complete an online form that helps us to know the best day that work for each family.  These survey’s will be posted to the blogs on Monday of this week.  By using this online survey form, you are helping our school to save over 2,000 sheets of paper.

P/T form

We ask that you complete the survey by Friday, October 16.  As a staff, we will meet the week of October 20 to schedule conferences–and our goal is to make sure that if parents who have multiple children at Georgetown,  come on one evening with the conferences close enough together so that we your time is used efficiently.

On Monday, check  your child’s classroom blog for the parent/teacher survey form!