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History teacher Jeffrey Cohen assists student Ford Marciniak in filling out forms for student-led conferences. Student facilitated conferences will be held the week of Nov. 15.

New conferences format bewilders student body

Aisha Hersi and Johanna Kaplan November 16, 2021

Hoping for more student-initiated activities, psychology teacher Greg Goddard was pleased to hear about the new conference format  — student-led conferences. Goddard said trying out the new model will...

Virtual conferences will take place Nov. 4-5. Each family should receive a link via email through the school support app to set up meetings.

Conferences to be held virtually Nov. 4–5

Sam Listiak October 30, 2020

To keep parents and staff safe, Park has made parent teacher conferences virtual. German teacher Shari Fox said she believes the safety virtual conferences offer makes them the correct choice. “When...

3 things to know: Week of Oct. 29

3 things to know: Week of Oct. 29

October 29, 2018

For the week of Oct. 29 by slpecho

Parents, teachers check on students at conferences

Ryan McCanna, Staff Writer March 14, 2013

Conferences provide opportunity to recap student progress Since the start of the school year, every Tuesday and Thursday, classes began twenty minutes later in an effort to allocate  teachers more...

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