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Parents learned considerable information about their child's education at Parent Teacher Conferences

Cydi Neal and Jamie Jones share a laugh at parent teacher conference

Teacher and parent go over student's scores

Monticello Elementary Teacher Cyndi Neal went over assessment information with Jamie Jones, whose son Kaleb is in the fourth grade.

Michelle Henderson and Letitia Brown

(l-r:) Michelle Henderson discussed her son, Silas' fourth grade work with Monticello Elementary Teacher Letitia Brown

Kevin and Sierra Hoskins

Kevin and Sierra Hoskins were checking out student artwork in the third grade hall at Monticello Elementary

The Patel family meets with teacher in room 119

Monticello Elementary Third grader Aanya Patel and her mom Miki Patel and sister Aanya Patel speaking with Teacher McKayla Jones 

Mom Beth Evans and girls

Next in line to meet Monticello Elementary Teacher McKayla Jones is Mom Beth Evans and girls (l-r:) Addison Peyton, Rylee Taylor, Beth Evans, Aalayah Peyton, and Alexis Hunter

Parent Teacher Conferences were held at three of the Wayne County Schools on September 19 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Walker Early Learning Center welcomed parents of kindergarten students only, since preschool teachers make home visits instead at the start of the school year. Kindergarten teachers shared all of the student data they had collected at this point which included: MAP Progress Report, NSGRA data, Reading Horizons progress, and Reading Eggs and Math Seeds computerized software paths. Discussions were held regarding how each child was doing emotionally, while finding ways for parents to support their child at home in regard to their classroom work. Teachers offered tips and tricks on how to help these young learners.

Monticello Elementary parents were able to learn about MAP progress report (reading and math), NSGRA data, Reading Horizons progress, concerns on quick checks (computation mastery), and MobyMax data (progress). Discussions concerning student effort, conduct, and/or performance were addressed.

Wayne County Middle School teachers shared MAP reports from fall benchmark assessments.  Parents received information detailing their child's recent performance, explanation of what their scores meant and resources for how to support continued improvement at home.

In addition:

 

  • A Parent Guide to Student Success that provided information about the skills your child will be working on and expected to master in Reading and Math at each grade level. 
  • A link to a Readiness check that asks 3-5 questions on appropriate grade level standards in Math and Reading that will give some insight to their child's current mastery of grade level skills and resources that they can they use to progress at school and at home.
  • Links to additional resources including videos for parents of reading and math skills their child will be working on and should master by the end of the year.
  •  Current attendance and behavior
  • Parents received information about the Reading Horizons ELEVATE program that their child is using in Language Arts classes and supports with how they can navigate the online software at home as well.

 





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