• Classroom Visits

     

    school house  Classroom Visits







    We welcome parents/legal guardians to visit their child's classroom.  

    When students are in testing, classroom visits are not permitted.  

    Your time in the classroom must not be a distraction to the teaching / learning activities or student engagement.

    Visits are arranged as follows: 

    1. Classroom Visits and Conferences a. Classroom Visits and Conferences by Parents/Guardians of Current Students:

    (1) The process to arrange a classroom visit or conference by parents/guardians of current students will be available from each school

    (2) Such visits are at the discretion of the principal, but will not be permitted during testing. 

    (3) Classroom visits and/or conferences by parents/guardians must be arranged at least 24 hours in advance. 

    (4) Classroom visits and conferences must be conducted in such a manner that the visits and/or conferences do not interfere with the classroom activities of any student in the class.

    b. School Visits by Parents/Guardians of Prospective Students: 

    (1) All schools are expected to welcome the opportunity to share the strength of their educational programs with parents/guardians of prospective students. 

    (2) Each school will establish a process for school visits by parents/guardians of prospective students, which will include an opportunity at least once a month for parents/guardians of prospective students to visit the school and observe the educational program. 

    (3) The process for parents/guardians of prospective students to arrange a school visit will be available from each school. 

     

    c. School Visits by School-aged Children Who Are Not Enrolled in the School:

    (1) Each local school may establish its own protocol regarding whether or not to allow school visits by school-aged children who are not enrolled in the school. 

    (2) The school-specific protocol will be established with consideration for the ages of the students and any possible disruption to the school day of the school’s student population. 

    (3) Visits by school-aged children who are not enrolled in the school must be conducted in such a manner that the visit does not interfere with the classroom activities of any student in the school.

     

    Information taken from AP0500