St. Louis Language Immersion Schools (SLLIS)


Parent-Teacher Communications

Parent-Teacher Conferences

You’ll meet with your child’s primary teacher and teacher’s assistant four times per year to discuss your child’s progress:

  • August: This conference will focus on intake information
  • September: Baseline report and setting goals for your child
  • November 18, 2016: Progress Report
  • March 3, 2017: Progress Report

On conference days, SLLIS closes the school for students so that teachers have the chance to meet with all parents.

Meetings are typically 20 minutes long and provide you with the opportunity to hear about your child’s activities and performance, to review your child’s grades, and to ask any questions. At the end of the meeting, you’ll be asked to sign any progress reports shared and will receive a copy of that progress report to take home.

You can also meet with the art, music, science, physical education or other specials teachers to learn more about their programs.

Classroom Meetings

You can request a meeting with your child’s teachers anytime throughout the year. To do so, contact the teacher directly or send a note in with your child. You may also leave a message with our front desk staff.

If you have difficulty reaching a teacher, or have concerns or questions about a teacher, call the front desk to make an appointment with the head of school.

Parent Right To Know Letter

NCLB Complaint Procedures


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