Parent Teacher Conferences

This spring's Parent Teacher Conferences will be fully virtual on March 18th & 22nd from 4pm-7:30pm.

You can sign up for a slot to meet with your student's teachers using PTC Fast at this link. In PTC Fast, you first register with name and contact information. They service will then create a registration and send you a confirmation email with a link to choose your appointment times.

Virtual Conferences will be held using Google Meet. We use this platform daily with our students and teachers.

For safety, we are asking parents to use their student's device to access the conferences. Teachers will post the link to the Google Meet Conference in an Announcement in their Canvas course. Parents and guardians can login using their students login and Chromebook.
 
If you will not have access to your student's device on the night of conferences, please email the teacher in advance or inbox them through Canvas. Once the virtual conference room is launched on conference night, teachers will be able to send parents a link directly with the 10 letter code to access the conference from the Google Meet app or the parents personal device. 
 
If parents want to join the Google Meet via phone, teachers can also send the phone number and PIN # to call in on the night of conferences. 

Conference slots are meant to be 5 minutes long. Please do not try to join earlier than your schedule time slot as teachers may be in an existing conference.

Since there is a single virtual conference room, teachers will need to admit parents/guardians into the Google Meet. Please be patient as teachers finish up a conference with another parent or guardian. If your request times out, please try to join with the link again. 


Students do better in school when parents are involved in their academic lives. Attending parent-teacher conferences is a very important way for you to be involved and help your child succeed.

A parent-teacher conference is a great opportunity to:
  • start or continue ongoing conversations with your child's teacher

  • learn how to help your kids do their best in school

  • let your child know that what goes on in school will be shared at home

Get ready for a parent-teacher conference by making a list of the questions you want to ask. A prepared parent with a positive attitude and an open mind is on the right track for creating a successful, year-long partnership with your child's teacher.