Parent/Teacher Conferences


Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District

Parent/Teacher Conferences

Parent Teacher Conferences

February, 2019

Parent-Teacher Conference Night is Wednesday, February 20, 3:00 - 9:00 p.m. 

We will follow our Tuesday schedule on February 20 - students will be dismissed at 2:16 p.m.

Conferences will take place at Heights High School, primarily in the cafeteria and library. Each conference period is 10 minutes long.

You can sign up for a conference beginning on Sunday, February 10. The last day to schedule a conference is Sunday, February 18.

To schedule a conference:

1. Visit the website: This link is also available on the right side of the Heights High webpage.

2. Your username is the e-mail address that you have entered in Infinite Campus. If you are not sure about the e-mail address you last entered, click the “Register My Email Address” link on the TEESO home page to register and follow the directions to add your address.

3. Use welcome for your password and then set a new password.

4. If a teacher is not available for a conference on November 6, please e-mail or call the teacher and arrange for a phone or in-person meeting after conference night. Contact information for teachers is available on the Staff Directory page of the District’s website.

5. You can use any computer to schedule a conference. If you need help with this process, ask your student for assistance. Computers are also available at the public library.

The Parent/Teacher Partnership

Communication between teachers and parents is an important part of supporting students and encouraging success. When parents and teachers work together, they can help students be successful and comfortable in school. 

Parents - To prepare for the conference, you can check your student’s grades and attendance on the District’s Infinite Campus website. You can also ask your student about school – what classes are exciting and challenging, what classes are more difficult?

Students are welcome to attend the conference with the parent/guardian. 

Also, consider preparing a list of questions to ask your student's teachers.

Questions you might want to ask the teacher

-What is my student learning?
-What can my student do to improve?
-What are my student's strengths and challenges in the classroom?
-What can I do at home to help my student learn?

Things you might want to tell the teacher

-What your student likes about school.
-Your student’s favorite out-of-school activities.
-The best way that your student learns new information or skills.
-Your expectations for your student’s school performance.
- Home circumstances that might affect your student’s learning.
-The best way to reach you.

Make a plan

-At the end of the conference, write down the things that you and the teacher will do to support your student’s learning.

Talk to your student

-Tell your student about the conversation if your student did not attend the conference with you.
-Show your student how you will help with learning at home. Ask your student for suggestions.




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