Schedule Your Conference Today!

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Schedule Your Conference Today!

Sheridan Hills Parents and Guardians,

It is time to sign up for your child’s spring Teacher Conference. Please use the links below to sign up for your child's grade level. Under each grade level, there is a tab with each teacher’s name. There is also an opportunity to sign up for a conference with a Specialist teacher (Gym class, Performing Arts, Art, Media). You can choose if you would like to hold an in-person or virtual conference.

The schedule for this year’s conferences is a little different than previous years where students typically do not have school after the first day of evening conferences.

  • Wednesday, March 22, the 30-minute conference times are 3:15-6:45 p.m.
  • Thursday, March 23, the 30-minute conference times are 7:30 a.m.-7 p.m. 

Students have school Monday-Wednesday, March 20-22. They do not have school on Thursday and Friday, March 23 and 24. The following week, March 27-31, is Spring Break.

If you need help signing up for a conference you can contact the office at 612-798-6900.

We look forward to seeing you at your child’s spring Teacher Conference.

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PreK (20 minutes)

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