The parent-teacher relationship is extremely important. Parents are always welcome in our classroom. We schedule a number of activities during the school year togive parents the opportunity to assist in the classroom. We also provide a number of ways to keep parents informed about their child’s activities and progress.
Home Visits are scheduled during August as an opportunity to meet the parents and students in their home environment.
Parent Orientation is held before school starts. It is an informational meeting that covers policies, procedures, curriculum, and schedules.
Parents and grandparents may be given the opportunity to help in the classroom or do cutting projects at home.
The calendar will inform parents of the weekly Bible Lesson,Memory Treasure,themes or projects for each day, and the snack schedule. The newsletter will inform parents about upcoming events, field trips, themes and any other information that would be useful to the parents of Pre-Kindergarten students.
Parent/Teacher Conferences are scheduled in January. A skills evaluation of each child is provided inJanuary and May. This is not a report card. It should be used asa tool to evaluate each individual child’s progress and it shouldnot be used as a comparison with other children’s progress.