Elementary School Students
- Parent-Teacher Conferences take place during the month of November 2017 for the first semester of the 2017-2018 school year.
- November’s Parent-Teacher Conferences are for students in grades 3-12.
- Grades PreK-2 still have monthly conferences with Ms. Fenina.
- Students in the Diamond or Gold program - Conferences can be by email or phone.
- If you choose to have the conference via email, you will be provided a thorough report of the student’s performance and suggestions for improvement. You are encouraged to email the teacher throughout the year as needed.
- If you choose a phone call for the PTC, you will still receive an email with information to review prior to the phone conference. The teacher will provide you with a link to schedule the phone call.
- Students in the Silver Premium, Silver or Bronze program - You will be provided a thorough report of the student’s performance and suggestions for improvement. You are encouraged to email the teacher throughout the year as needed.
- The form must be submitted by Sunday, October 29th to register.
- Click the link below to learn more and to submit the Parent-Teacher Conference Form.
Second Quarter Reminders
- November’s recommended reading for elementary school students: The Boxcar Children: Mystery Ranch by Gertrude Chandler Warner.
A Note from the Counselors
- EA is offering offline electives to all students in grades pre-K–12. The purpose of offline electives is to encourage students to be more involved in their communities and to promote social interaction. Students’ approved extracurricular activities can now be tracked via the Elementary School Offline Elective Form and recorded on their report cards once submitted and validated.
- Approved offline electives: private music lessons, band, choir, choreography (ballet/dance), cinematography, art/drawing, home economics, physical education, and organized sports. Concerning other electives, please contact your counselor for approval.
- The Every Kid in a Park initiative provides all fourth grade students, including homeschooled students, and their families with free admission to national parks and other federal lands and waters for a full school year. Additional information can be found here.