HDCH Information

OFSAA Soccer Volunteers Needed ~ Jun 6-8

We are excited about hosting OFSAA Girls and Boys soccer in the Hamilton area on Thursday June 6th to Saturday, June 8th.

There will be 40 teams from around the province competing for gold and we are looking for adult volunteers, parents, grandparents, and friends of HD,  to be supervisors at fields around the city for a day or two.  More information and training will be provided closer to the date.  If you are interested or want more information contact Sarah Veenstra at sveenstra@hdch.org


MARY POPPINS Items 

Our costume and props crews are searching for some magical items for the Spring Play. Please connect with us at 905.648.6655 if you have any of these items that we may borrow in May.

Properties

  • canvas satchel
  • antique brown medicine bottle
  • antique birdcage
  • small stuffed bird (about a foot tall)
  • magnetic eggs (that can open and be resealed)
  • large glass canister
  • an inkwell and ink pen
  • wooden step stool
  • a dog puppet (hand puppet)
  • a clown outfit (or wigs)
  • a single-lens telescope (think pirate)

Costumes

  • Navy Admiral’s hat
  • A bonnet
  • Clown costume(s)
  • a white suit
  • parasol umbrellas

Seniors’ day volunteers needed

Can you help in the kitchen on Senior’s Day –  for a shift or the day?

Volunteers are needed in the kitchen to assist with lunch preparations, setting tables, serving, clearing and followup cleanup.  Please contact Tina VanDyk, tvandyk@hdch.org or 905-648-6655 x 110.


New This Year:  Class Rings!

HDCH is partnering with Jostens Canada to provide graduating students and their proud parents with the opportunity to purchase a custom high school class ring. A class ring serves as a memento of your accomplishment, school spirit, your passions in high school and what lies ahead of you.  To browse the selections and order your class ring go to www.jostens.com.

For Your Info

We Need Your Help to Billet

We will be hosting a youth choir from Denmark who is visiting us for a joint concert. If you have some extra room in your home (April 9 to April 11), please consider billeting our English and Danish-speaking friends.

We need room for 70 teenagers and 6 adults as they tour and perform in the area. Learn more about hosting some talented youth >>


OFSAA Soccer Volunteers Needed ~ Jun 6-8

We are excited about hosting OFSAA Girls and Boys soccer in the Hamilton area on Thursday June 6th to Saturday June 8th.

There will be 40 teams from around the province competing for gold and we are looking for adult volunteers, parents, grandparents, and friends of HD,  to be supervisors at fields around the city for a day or two.  More information and training will be provided closer to the date.  If you are interested or want more information contact Sarah Veenstra at sveenstra@hdch.org


New This Year:  Class Rings!

HDCH is partnering with Jostens Canada to provide graduating students and their proud parents with the opportunity to purchase a custom high school class ring. A class ring serves as a memento of your accomplishment, school spirit, your passions in high school and what lies ahead of you.  To browse the selections and order your class ring go to www.jostens.com.

Summer Sport Camp for Sport Champs

We are excited to offer our summer basketball and volleyball camps. These past few years have been a great success and we hope to continue enjoying the experience of watching our youth grow in sport and character at our camps. Looking forward to seeing the players here!

This year we will be hosting the following camps again:

  • Basketball Camp:July 8-12 8:30am to 12:00pm
  • Volleyball Experienced Camp: August 12-16 9:00am to 3:00pm
  • Volleyball Introductory Camp: August 19-23 9:00am to 3:00pm

A couple of updates:

  1. The volleyball camps will include beach volleyball training as well
  2. The basketball camp now includes students going into grade 9 too.

Please go to hdch.org/camps/ to find more information and to register. Early bird deadline is Friday, April 19.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the HDCH Summer Camps’ email address: camps@hdch.org


Stress Down Day

On April 9th, HDCH students will participate in another “Stress Down Day.”
These days are designed to open conversations around emotional and physical wellness and to explore positive and proactive approaches to stress and problem-solving. This semester’s stress down day will focus on the issue of technology and mental health.

We’ll start the day with a short presentation about screens, sleep, mental health and learning. We’ll enjoy our usual “stress down” activities in an extended break between periods 1 and 2, and we’ll enjoy a lunchtime musical performance by local artist Alan Judson. The day will be capped off by an evening presentation of the documentary film, Screenagers, followed by a panel discussion.

Summer Camps & More

We Need Your Help to Billet

We will be hosting a youth choir from Denmark who is visiting us for a joint concert. If you have some extra room in your home (April 9 to April 11), please consider billeting our English and Danish-speaking friends.
 
We need room for 70 teenagers and 6 adults as they tour and perform in the area. Learn more about hosting some fabulous youth >>

Literacy Tests ~ March 29th

On Wednesday, March 27, Grade 10 students across the province will write the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT). It will also be written by students who were previously eligible but have not yet written the test or who were unsuccessful on their first attempt.

Please note that this date is the only opportunity for students to write the 2019 OSSLT. Students who are absent will have to wait until the spring of 2020 to write it.

OSSLT results do not count toward students’ grades, but successful completion of the test is a requirement for the Ontario Secondary School Diploma. There are supports for students who do not pass, including an opportunity to rewrite the test or to take the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course.

Any students who would like to review the format/expectations on the test are welcome to connect with Aline Koiter (akoiter@hdch.org) at her office in the Grove before school, after school, or during lunch.

The EQAO has some guides and sample questions that you might find handy as well. Check out the resources here >>


Admissions for Fall 2019

Do you have a student currently in grade 8 who plans to attend HDCH in the Fall?  If you do and you have not yet applied on their behalf to HDCH, please do so as soon as possible. This is the time of year where we prepare for the Fall, both in terms of budget and classes.

Please apply online by following these four easy steps. As you set up your online application account please remember your user name and password and ensure you complete the grade 9-course selection in your Checklist.

As a current HDCH family, you are not required to pay a deposit. If you have any questions or concerns about the online application please connect with Kris Slootweg at kslootweg@hdch.org or call 905-648-6655, ext. 101.


Summer Sport Camp for Sport Champs

We are excited to offer our summer basketball and volleyball camps. These past few years have been a great success and we hope to continue enjoying the experience of watching our youth grow in sport and character at our camps. Looking forward to seeing the players here!

This year we will be hosting the following camps again:

  • Basketball Camp:July 8-12 8:30am to 12:00pm
  • Volleyball Experienced Camp: August 12-16 9:00am to 3:00pm
  • Volleyball Introductory Camp: August 19-23 9:00am to 3:00pm

A couple of updates:

  1. The volleyball camps will include beach volleyball training as well
  2. The basketball camp now includes students going into grade 9 too.

Please go to hdch.org/camps/ to find more information and to register. Early bird deadline is Friday, April 19.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the HDCH Summer Camps’ email address: camps@hdch.org

Reports Cards, Tax Receipts & More

Report Cards

Semester 1 report cards will be sent home today. All marks have been posted on Edsby.


Tax Receipts

Tax receipts will be mailed out by the end of February.  If you don’t receive yours by the first week of March (March 9th) please contact Sherry Osinga at sosinga@hdch.org.


Professional Development Days

HDCH Staff Winter Residency Professional Development
On February 14 and 15 HDCH staff gathered for our annual “Winter Residency.” These are back-to-back PD days designed to allow staff to dive deeply into an area of Professional Development for exploration, education, collaboration, and growth.

This year’s theme was designing learning around Faith, Worldview, and Character Development, which fuels us as we continue to wholeheartedly pursue our school mission of Cultivating Character through Learning for a life of Service to God.

Staff spent the first morning together on our own “entry event” for the two days. We met at a downtown church and spent the morning engaging with a panel of experts on faith and learning. We were challenged to think about our own Worldview as it is expressed in our “World – do.”

After our entry event, we returned to HD for the balance of the two days where, Darryl DeBoer, Director of Learning from Surrey Christian Schools in BC helped to lead us. We explored and put in time designing student learning around faith, worldview, and character development.

Time was spent reflecting on our Deep Hopes for our work, examining our current classroom practices, learning from Darryl, and using new tools to help us each grow our practices. We will be using our Thursday morning Professional Development sessions in the coming weeks to continue this learning journey, working together as we grow deeper into our vision for these practices in our daily work.


Vaccination Reporting

In accordance with the Immunization of School Pupils Act, Hamilton Public Health is working to ensure that they have up-to-date vaccination records for all students who attend schools in the City of Hamilton.

Parents are required to communicate their children’s vaccine history to Hamilton Public HealthDetails about what and how to report are on the Hamilton Public Health website.

Please note that non-medical vaccine exemptions for school-age children will require the completion of an in-person immunization education session.  Further details can be found here.

Any questions should be directed to Public Health at publichealth@hamilton.ca or 905-540-5250.


Literacy Tests ~ March 29th

The Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test will be written here at HD on Wednesday, March 29. We will be mailing a letter home later this month with the information you need if your child will be writing. Please read it over and contact Aline Koiter (akoiter@hdch.org) if you have any questions or concerns.


Lecture Series ~ learning disabilities association of halton

LDAH is hosting a free lecture series designed for parents and caregivers of children with Learning Disabilities.
Learn more >>

All about the Disability Tax Credit and RDSP (Registered Disability Savings Plan)
A representative from Canada Revenue Agency will be presenting information on the Disability Tax Credit and providing an overview of the RSDP. This session is being offered to parents, caregivers or members of the community who wish to learn more about tax credits and how they apply to you and your family.

Introduction to Advocacy, your child’s I.E.P. and an overview of other important topics for parents
Our subject matter experts will cover basics on navigating the school system, provide details on the I.E.P. (Individualized Education Program), the IPRC(Identification, Placement and Review Committee)  and suggest practical tips and ideas for parents who are looking to be the best advocates for their school-aged child.


Graduation Photos

Graduation photos are complete.  Students will receive order information from Life touch via email.


Knights Eatery Cards

We are pleased to offer a convenient way to purchase food at Hamilton District Christian High with our Knights Eatery Reloadable Card.  Just like any gift card, a balance is loaded on a card and declines as purchases are made. The online function provides convenience to purchase, reload without having to travel with cash.

Simply pick up your card from the front office. Set up your card by going to: https://knightseatery.ackroo.net to register and load your card. Follow the instructions online to set up an account and check your balance.

January Information

Updated Exam Schedule

Please refer to Edsby for the most recent updates to the exam schedule.


It’s almost semester 2

What can you expect when you come back to school in Semester 2?

New timetable
Starting at 8:30 am, all students can pick up a new copy of their semester 2 timetable in the the following rooms. (There have been some room changes since timetables were first printed in August, so make sure to get yours!)

  • Grade 9 – Rm115
  • Grade 10 – Rm 116
  • Grades 11 & 12 – the caf

Textbooks
After you get your timetable, head to the library for your semester 2 textbooks. Classes will run on an alternate schedule so there will be time for everyone to pick up their book before period 1 begins.

Class changes
If you’re thinking of changing a class, sign up via the appointment sign up link on the Edsby Student Services page. And then please attend the classes on your timetable until Student Services staff connect with you.

Any other questions? – Drop by the office and Mrs. Slootweg will help you out.


SPRING FUNDRAISER PLANNING COMMITTEE

Our Spring Fundraiser is a dinner and silent auction on March 30th to raise funds for Student Learning Projects.  We are inviting more people to be a part of the planning team.

Do you enjoy planning events, decorating or do you have connections to local businesses whom you could approach for prizes and auction items?  Contact Tina VanDyk (tvandyk@hdch.org 905-648-6655 x 110) for more info.


SPRING FUNDRAISER SILENT AUCTION & RAFFLE

Plans are already underway for the Eat, Give & Be Merry Spring Fundraiser – Dinner, Silent Auction & Raffle.  We could really use your help!

Help us to entice our dinner guests with fabulous auction items and prizes by donating gift cards, camping gear, electronics, or gift baskets.  Experiences are ever popular including game tickets or a cottage stay.

Do you have a skill to share? Consider donating a cooking, sign making, pottery or another workshop.  This is a great way to advertise your business AND raise funds for Student Learning Projects at HDCH.  For more information, contact Gillian Doucet Campbell or Tina VanDyk.


In case of wintery weather

Now that we are getting closer to winter, it seems prudent to remind you of what to do if you wake up one morning and the weather outside is frightful.

We will post cancellation notices in the following places: Edsby, CHCH TV, CHML 900 radio, Facebook, and Twitter. If there is no cancellation notice, then come on in – we’re open!

For Your Information

SPRING FUNDRAISER PLANNING COMMITTEE

Our Spring Fundraiser is a dinner and silent auction on March 30th to raise funds for Student Learning Projects.  We are inviting more people to be a part of the planning team.

Do you enjoy planning events, decorating or do you have connections to local businesses whom you could approach for prizes and auction items?  Contact Tina VanDyk (tvandyk@hdch.org 905-648-6655 x 110) for more info.


SPRING FUNDRAISER SILENT AUCTION & RAFFLE

Plans are already underway for the Eat, Give & Be Merry Spring Fundraiser – Dinner, Silent Auction & Raffle.  We could really use your help!

Help us to entice our dinner guests with fabulous auction items and prizes by donating gift cards, camping gear, electronics, or gift baskets.  Experiences are ever popular including game tickets or a cottage stay.

Do you have a skill to share? Consider donating a cooking, sign making, pottery or another workshop.  This is a great way to advertise your business AND raise funds for Student Learning Projects at HDCH.  For more information, contact Gillian Doucet Campbell or Tina VanDyk.


Campus Conversations ~ Please join us

All parents and community members are invited.

On several mornings (and one afternoon) this winter, our principal Nathan Siebenga, will be meeting with small groups of parents, alumni, and community members to hear your thoughts and questions about the proposed Campus Renewal project, and to share more about this exciting vision for HDCH’s future.

Each session is limited to 10 guests in order to facilitate good dialogue and time for all your questions. We hope you’ll join us in the HDCH Cafeteria on one of the following dates for coffee, continental breakfast, and Campus Conversation.

Morning Conversations ~ 8:15 am – 9:15 am
January 31; February 5, 12 and 20; and March 6.

Afternoon Conversations ~ 3:30-5:40 pm
February 28.

Please choose a date that is convenient for you and RSVP on our website, or contact our office at 905-648-6655.


In case of wintery weather

Now that we are getting closer to winter, it seems prudent to remind you of what to do if you wake up one morning and the weather outside is frightful.

We will post cancellation notices in the following places: Edsby, CHCH TV, CHML 900 radio, Facebook, and Twitter. If there is no cancellation notice, then come on in – we’re open!

Course Selections

New Grade Nines

We look forward to our new grade 9 students starting in the Fall. If you are a parent of a grade 8 student preparing to come to HDCH please apply online here.

If you have any questions please connect with Kris Slootweg at the main office by calling 905-648-6655 or email kslootweg@hdch.org.


COURSE SELECTION

Students are in the process of selecting their courses for the 2019-2020 school year. Although it may seem soon to be thinking about next year, early information helps us to prepare more effectively.

It is critical that parents and guardians are involved in the process of course selection, helping students keep in mind their goals for the future, graduation requirements, and their particular gifts and passions.

In order to encourage this, we are hosting course selection online again. This will be done through the myblueprint.ca website. Staff from our student services department has been visiting classes last week and this week in order to walk students through the course selection process.

Parents will have received a reminder email that includes log-in information. If you want to see the full details of our program, please look over our 2019-2020 Course Calendar, available at http://hdch.org/course-calendar/

For helpful resources on Course Selection, visit the Student Services group on EDSBY. On-line course selections should be completed by Dec. 21.


Vaccination Reporting

In accordance with the Immunization of School Pupils Act, Hamilton Public Health is working to ensure that they have up-to-date vaccination records for all students who attend schools in the City of Hamilton.

Parents are required to communicate their children’s vaccine history to Hamilton Public HealthDetails about what and how to report are on the Hamilton Public Health website.

Please note that non-medical vaccine exemptions for school-age children will require the completion of an in-person immunization education session.  Further details can be found here.

Any questions should be directed to Public Health at publichealth@hamilton.ca or 905-540-5250.


In case of wintery weather

Now that we are getting closer to winter, it seems prudent to remind you of what to do if you wake up one morning and the weather outside is frightful.

We will post cancellation notices in the following places: Edsby, CHCH TV, CHML 900 radio, Facebook, and Twitter. If there is no cancellation notice, then come on in – we’re open!


For Your Information

HDCH Board Update

On Monday evening, the HDCH Board met here at the school. The Board of Hamilton District Christian High stewards the vision and resources of the school through good governance and sound leadership. Board Directors act as custodians of the vision and mission, support and hold accountable the Principal, support and promote the school, and keep improving our vision for Christian education.

Monday night was an opportunity to thank the retiring Directors, Brenda Breukelman, Doug Sluys, and Tina VanDyk. The Board also welcomed three new Directors who were elected by Membership at our Fall Meeting: Andrea DeJong, from Jarvis; Ed Mafa, from Fonthill; and Trixie Zimmerman, from Caledonia. We’re grateful for the range of experiences, expertise, and leadership that these three bring.

In addition to dialogue around vision, the Directors determined Board roles for this year. Your 2018-2019 Board Executive is:

  • Aaron Schat, Chair
  • Allan Buist, Vice-All
  • David Kingma, Secretary
  • Ed Mafa, Treasurer

All the Directors will be participating in various committees of the Board, including Campus Renewal, Contract Partnership, Finance, and more.
As a community, we are grateful for the energy and time that these people invest in leading and guiding our school.


Moms MATTER

We are grateful for the support of our school community for Moms in Crisis with Parenting Support Services of Hamilton. With your help, the Parenting Class filled 22 buckets with comfort items ready for new moms.


Course Selections

Next week, our grade 9 through 11 students will be selecting their courses for 2019-2020. As well, grade 12’s will be indicating their intentions for next year.

Later this week, parents and students will receive an email with more information about how to select courses for next year and how to indicate their choices online.


Exceler8

We enjoyed hosting over 150 Grade 8 students here at HDCH last week. What a jam-packed day of fun activities, connecting with new and old friends, and making our future HDCH students feel comfortable.

We also hosted our annual Grade 7 and 8 Parent Information Evening. We were pleased to welcome around 80 guests – almost double the number of attendees from last year.

We were thrilled to welcome 3 of our current HDCH students to participate in a Q&A session. A parent asked how Spiritual Formation happens at HDCH. One of our students who are currently in grade 11 offered to answer. She said this (paraphrased a bit) …

“At HDCH, we have what you would consider to be normal Christian School things like Bible Class, Worship in Assemblies and Devotions to start the day. But where I have the most spiritual formation is in the way our subjects are taught here at HDCH. It’s in the regular classes and projects that I am spiritually formed.”

It was a beautiful moment. It was a thoughtful testimony of what our teachers & staff work hard at daily – desiring the worldview of ‘Christ in All things’ to permeate all things at HDCH.
If you have a current student in Grade 7 or 8 and want to set up a meeting, tour, or for your grade 8 students a shadow day please connect with Gillian Doucet Campbell, Director of Admissions and Advancement. She can be reached by email at gdoucetcampbell@hdch.org or by calling 905-648-6655, ext. 113.


MakerSpace

The MakerSpace is open every day after school, but on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Mr. Hordyk hangs around to help and facilitate projects. If you are interested in making a project of any sort, drop by and say hi.


Homework Help

Looking for a little support with your homework? Drop by the Grove after school Mondays through Thursdays until 4.


Vaccination Reporting

In accordance with the Immunization of School Pupils Act, Hamilton Public Health is working to ensure that they have up-to-date vaccination records for all students who attend schools in the City of Hamilton.

Parents are required to communicate their children’s vaccine history to Hamilton Public HealthDetails about what and how to report are on the Hamilton Public Health website.

Please note that non-medical vaccine exemptions for school-age children will require the completion of an in-person immunization education session.  Further details can be found here.

Any questions should be directed to Public Health at publichealth@hamilton.ca or 905-540-5250.


In case of wintery weather

Now that we are getting closer to winter, it seems prudent to remind you of what to do if you wake up one morning and the weather outside is frightful.

We will post cancellation notices in the following places: Edsby, CHCH TV, CHML 900 radio, Facebook, and Twitter. If there is no cancellation notice, then come on in – we’re open!


For Your Information

Take our Kids to Work Day

Today ~ Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018
Grade nine students have been spending the day “shadowing” their parents (or relatives or family friends) at their places of employment.

If you would like more information about this important initiative, please visit Learning Partnership website.


Moms in Crisis support

The drive for items for new moms supported by the Parenting Support Services of Hamilton is underway! We are collecting donations of self-care and well-being items for new moms who need support including:

  • shampoo
  • body wash
  • toothpaste
  • socks
  • candles
  • journals
  • scarves
  • colouring books
  • pencil crayons
  • tea, etc.

Are all welcome donations for new moms in need. Buckets in each homeroom are ready to be filled and will be collected until Friday the 16th.

The parenting class have also been eagerly learning how to knit and crochet baby mittens to gift to the new moms and babies we are supporting!

Exceler8 Day

November 22 for Grades 9s
HDCH is excited to welcome our future knights to campus on November 22nd. To accommodate our guests, Grade 9 students have the day off. Grade 10, 11 and 12 classes will be running as normal.


MakerSpace

The MakerSpace is open every day after school, but on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Mr. Hordyk hangs around to help and facilitate projects. If you are interested in making a project of any sort, drop by and say hi.


Homework Help

Looking for a little support with your homework? Drop by the Grove after school Mondays through Thursdays until 4.


Vaccination Reporting

In accordance with the Immunization of School Pupils Act, Hamilton Public Health is working to ensure that they have up-to-date vaccination records for all students who attend schools in the City of Hamilton.

Parents are required to communicate their children’s vaccine history to Hamilton Public HealthDetails about what and how to report are on the Hamilton Public Health website.

Please note that non-medical vaccine exemptions for school-age children will require the completion of an in-person immunization education session.  Further details can be found here.

Any questions should be directed to Public Health at publichealth@hamilton.ca or 905-540-5250.


In case of wintery weather

Now that we are getting closer to winter, it seems prudent to remind you of what to do if you wake up one morning and the weather outside is frightful.

We will post cancellation notices in the following places: Edsby, CHCH TV, CHML 900 radio, Facebook, and Twitter. If there is no cancellation notice, then come on in – we’re open!


Re-enrollment & Course Choices 2019-2020

Even though we’re just over a quarter of the way through this school year, we are starting to plan for the next one! As part of this planning, our Student Services Staff will be visiting all of our grades 9 through 11 students in their classes starting December 4, to introduce them to make course selections for next year. Because this process is an important one for students and parents to work through, we’ll be sending our students home with a worksheet that you can look at together.

If you want to start thinking about it now, there are course selection tips here. And parents, you can expect to receive an email with more detail on Monday, November 26.

Learn more >>

Membership Meeting

Membership Meeting

November 5th

Come and be part of what’s happening at Hamilton District Christian High! Hear an update from the Principal and Board Chair, and connect with fellow HDCH community members.

Please join us:
7:00 – Coffee & Registration
7:30 – Membership Meeting
8:30 – The Voice

The documents for our Monday, November 5th Membership Meeting have been posted to our website. Have a look at the agenda, read highlights from our Principal, Board Chair and Director of Finance, glance over the audited financial statements, and join us that evening to hear more in person.

Note: Bios for the nominees to the Board of Directors will be available the evening of November 5th. Should you have miscellaneous items you would like considered for the agenda, please contact Allan Buist, Board Chair by November 2nd.


The Voice

Nathan Siebenga will update us on our ambitious proposed plans to enhance learning opportunities for our students. This conversation began back in 2010 when the leadership and Board of Directors started studying facility renewal, and sustainability.

Walk through the newest, more detailed drawings for a proposed new secondary school and discover more about:

  • What our learning spaces could look like
  • How we stay adaptable and sustainable well into the future.
  • How a new school will help us to cultivate deep community engagement and foster multi-generational connections

We hope you’ll join us on November 5th to hear a vision for exceptional learning spaces that could bless HDCH students for the next 60 years–and beyond.


Student Learning Conferences

Student Learning Conferences

Parents and students, please mark your calendars to join us for Student Learning Conferences on Thursday, October 18 or Tuesday, October 23rd.

Next Tuesday morning, we will send parents an email notification with instructions on how to sign up for conferences. Please make sure that your Edsby account is set up now so that you can book appointments.

For assistance with Edsby, please contact Kris Slootweg at info@hdch.org.

At Student Learning Conferences, we invite students to join their parents/guardians in meeting with teachers to talk about their learning together.

  • Parents are encouraged to ask any questions they may have, listen to their child talk about his/her learning, and share their insights and perspectives during the discussion.
  • Students will talk about their work, what is going well, what they are proud of, and what is challenging; sharing ideas about what they need for their best learning.
  • Teachers will facilitate the discussion; listen to insights from students and parents; and share their own perspectives about student learning.

See also: FAQs for Parents

Student Learning Conference