School to Parent Communication
The school will communicate with parents through the following means:
The school communicates with the parents and students through the school website. This includes weekly homework assignments, test dates, project due dates, special events, grades on homework, tests and special projects.
The principal and the teachers provide information about school activities. These mostly will be sent through the internet. Occasionally they will be sent in hard copy.
PHONE CALLS & CONFERENCES:
A teacher may call home to praise your child for an outstanding achievement, convey a behavioral problem, an accident, or to schedule a conference to discuss a concern.
Report cards are sent home as follows:
Pre-school report cards are sent home 2 times per year.
KG to 8th grade report cards are sent home 4 times per year.
However the grades are based on 2 semesters per year.
BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT/OPEN HOUSE:
These meetings are scheduled for parents to visit the school, gather information about the school's goals and activities, meet the homeroom teachers and, if necessary, schedule a conference to discuss their child(ren)'s progress.
The Yearbook reflects school student activities and creative writing abilities.