Monroe Virtual Parent Conferences
Thursday, February 25, 2021
Noon to 7:30 pm
Instructions for Virtual Conferences
We are looking forward to meeting with parents and guardians for Virtual Parent Teacher Conferences. Virtual Conference will be held On Thursday, February 25, from 12:00 pm to 7:30 pm. We will be using Microsoft Teams for our Virtual Conferences. Microsoft Teams is displayed with this icon.
You will need to have the Teams app downloaded before your conference. It is available for FREE on a mobile device or computer. Your students use this app daily for all their classes on their iPad. If your student’s iPad is the device you would like to use, please use your student’s email address for the conference and have them log in with you during the conference. You will be scheduling virtual conference times through Microsoft Bookings. Here is the link below to copy in your browser or click:
Please note, this link may take a few minutes to load on your computer. You must choose February 25 on the calendar in order to book your appointment.
Important note: On the page, you must choose each teacher you want to conference with from a category: 6th Grade Core Subject Teachers; 7th Grade Core Subject Teachers; 8th Grade Core Subject Teachers; Essentials, Electives, ESL Teachers; and Administrators, Counselors, Speech and Nurse. Then, select the teacher from within the group from the dropdown menu. Click on the teacher’s name. Monroe Teacher and Staff Listings are listed for you in this document.
We encourage all parents/guardians to schedule a time with at least one of your student’s teachers. If you choose to see multiple teachers, you will need to make multiple bookings.
Download Full Parent-Teacher Conference Instructions HERE
Dear Monroe Families:
The health and safety of our students and staff is our priority. We care deeply about the well-being of our students and student-athletes. Regular visits with a physician is critical to be sure students are healthy and ready for athletic opportunities.
Pre-participation physicals will remain a requirement for the school year to come. We hope the visit is an opportunity to not only get required immunizations and complete a wellness check for athletics, but to also discuss precautions and opportunities to remain healthy throughout the school year.
REGISTRATION/TRANSFER WITHIN OPS
Registration/ Transfer withing the OPS District
You will need to provide proof for the following: If your child is already attending an OPS school and your address has changed: The address is outside the school’s attendance area; You are transferring within OPS. The following documents can be used as proof and you will also need to complete a STR form:
If you and your children are currently living with someone (besides yourself or spouse) and the documents above are in someone else’s name you will need to complete a Residential Affidavit. The affidavit will need to be completed by the person in who’s name the proof of address is under. The school’s Student Support Liaison will then review the information.
REGISTRATION FROM OUTSIDE OF OPS
Registration from Outside the OPS District
If your child is coming from another school district; city; state; or country, you will need to provide the following documents to complete enrollment (this can be done at the school or at the TAC building below):
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You will be asked to sign a release to request records from your child’s previous school. 7th Grader’s are required to have a physical on file. 7th and 8th grade students who plan on participating in sports are required to have a sports physical as well as provide proof of insurance before being allowed to participate.
Please note: Students who are entering into OPS from another school district and who currently receive Special Education Services will be required to enroll under a 45 day placement (which is in place so that your child can get set up with the proper services). The school Student Support Liaison will directly handle these enrollments.