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USD 431 to begin student-led parent-teacher conferences

HOISINGTON — In order to build student engagement, responsibility and leadership, students K-12 at USD 431 will for the first time ever, lead parent-teacher grade conferences next week at the schools.
The students will “explain what they know and what they need to work on,” said Alan Charles, principal of Roosevelt and Lincoln Elementary Schools. The elementary school students will present some student chosen work and some teacher chosen school work.
The conferences will be in the home room of the student with only one teacher, the student and parents present. Students K-2 have a notebook portfolio that will accompany them ...


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