Reminders for this Saturday

As part of Fall Family Feature, there are two opportunities for parents/guardians to virtually meeting with teachers.

8:30 – 9:00 am:

  • Period 1 Zoom Meeting with Teacher *

9:15 – 9:45 am:

  • Period 2 Zoom Meeting with Teacher *

Below are answers to some frequently asked questions about the Period 1 and Period 2 Zoom meetings with teachers tomorrow:

FAQ about Period 1 & Period 2 Zoom meetings with teachers during the Fall Family Feature

How do I join these meetings, the invite wasn’t included in the Fall Family Feature invitation?

You will receive separate Zoom invitations from your child(ren)’s teachers for these meetings. Some teachers have already emailed you these Zoom links; however, teachers who haven’t sent you a link will do so today, Friday, by late afternoon.

Are these meetings one-on-one or group meetings?

These meetings are group meetings, meaning you will be in a Zoom with your student’s teacher and other families who also have a student in that teacher’s class.

What will happen in these meetings?

You will be able to meet your student’s teacher and learn more about the class your student is taking as well as ask questions about the class.

I really want to meet 1-on-1 with a faculty member to talk about my student(s)’s performance and well-being.  How can I do this?

In the coming weeks, you will have the opportunity to meet with your student(s)’s faculty advisor. These will be one-on-one meetings, scheduled at a mutually beneficial time, where you’ll be able to talk specifically about your child(ren). More information about these meetings will follow soon.

Also:

Please remember that on Saturday, October 10, from 10 – 11:30 am (EDT), there will be a State of the School Update with Head of School Dr. John P.N. Austin, President of the Board of Trustees, Mr. Brian Simmons P’12,’14, Assistant Head of School for Student Affairs and Strategy, Dr. Ivory Hills, Assistant Head of School for Student Life, Ms. Amie Creagh P’22,’24.

Please click here to join the webinar.

 

 

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