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New this year: 
APTT: Academic Parent Teacher Teams

What are Academic Parent-Teacher Teams (APTT)?  

Academic Parent-Teacher Teams (APTT) is a family engagement model, designed by Dr. Maria Paredes of WestEd, that strengthens teacher-family relationships by focusing on student academic growth and achievement.  The APTT Model elevates the efforts of traditional parent-teacher conferences by inviting all families of the same classroom teacher to meet together rather than individually. 

FALL DATES FOR APTT: Sept. 18: 3rd grade; Sept. 19: 4th grade; Sept. 21: 5th grade

We are now on Twitter, Facebook & Instragram!





Visit often to see what is going on at PES.  

You may even see your child!

“The Board of Education has the right to release "directory information" if available, without the parent's prior written consent. Directory information includes: the student's name, address, and date/place of birth; major field of study and grade level classification; student’s participation in officially recognized activities and sports; weight and height of athletic team members; dates of enrollment, attendance, withdrawal, and re-entry; diplomas, certificates, awards and honors received; and most recent educational agency or institution attended by the student. Parents are further notified that from time to time students may be photographed, video-taped, or interviewed by the news media or school system personnel at school or some school activity or event. Parents wishing any or all of the aforementioned information be denied release must notify the school principal in writing within 30 days of the first day of school of a school year or on date of enrollment.”

You can find more information in your child’s handbook or floydboe.net for the most current policy.

If you would not like your child’s information used on social media please call the office.


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