Parent Teacher Conferences
Information for Student Parent Teacher Conferences
2021-2022 SEMESTER TWO:
Parent Teacher Conferences will take place this semester Wednesday April 13th (5-7pm) and Thursday April 14th (9am-12pm and 1-3:30pm). You will be able to book your appointment starting April 5th at 9am. Bookings will close on April 11th at 4pm.
Report cards will be sent out by email this year after April 8th. If you would like to request a printed report card, please contact the front office 204-729-3170 and one will be provided. In order to allow teachers time to finalize report cards, we will be closing down the live power school portal from March 25th - April 11th, 2022.
We are using PTCFast.com to make signups for Parent Teacher Conferences as convenient as possible. You will be able to book your appointment starting April 5th. To book an appointment please visit the website: PTCFast - Vincent Massey
Teachers have created their own conference time that works with their schedule. You will be pleased to see that there are various times/days that you can choose from. Your child’s teacher will receive a notification as to which time you have booked. You will not need a meeting with your student's homeroom teacher, as they only see these teachers a few times each semester. You can view your student's list of teachers on the PowerSchool Parent Portal or contact the office at 204-729-3170.
Please book your conference time by Monday, April 11th, bookings close at 4:00 pm. This deadline will allow teachers the time to prepare for all of their bookings. If you require assistance to book your appointment, please contact the school at 204-729-3170.
There are some guidelines and restrictions required:
- In-person conferences are allowed. If parents prefer a TEAMs meeting or a phone call instead, please contact the teacher or school before 4 pm on April 11th.
- Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings will be scheduled through a separate process as they involve a teaming aspect.
How to Prepare for Student/Parent/Teacher Conferences:
Harvard Family Research Project: