A friend of mine recently attended the parent/teacher conference for his eighteen-month-old son. Prior to the meeting, he questioned the importance of attending a conference for a child so young. What would the teachers possibly have to say about his son, he asked? After attending the conference, he had an answer: a lot!
At The International Preschools, parent/teacher conferences are held twice a year: once in the fall and once in the spring. Parents have the opportunity to speak directly with their child’s teachers about the child’s school experience. Whether your child is two-years-old and just starting school, or five-years-old and heading to kindergarten next year (or beyond), there is important information to be learned at every level. Here are some of the many topics you can expect to (or ask to) hear about at your child’s conference: