MHS Parent Teacher Conference Schedule
Thursday, October 22
“Grey” day (periods 2, 4, 6 and 8) for students
Conferences: 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm (10 minute sessions)
Friday, October 23
No student attendance
Conferences: 8:30 am - 11:00 am (10 minute sessions)
Conferences: 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm (10 minute sessions)
Conferences will be conducted via Zoom. Zoom links will be provided.
Conferences can be scheduled from 8:00 am on October 15 to 11:00 pm on October 20 using this link:
Register (new users)
Enter your email address and click "Login/Create Account".
Fill in the required fields and register.
For each child, enter a student ID and birth date (mm/dd/yyyy)
If you've previously registered, all you need to do is enter your email and password. The system will recognize you and the children you have added to your account.
Each colored square represents an available meeting time. The legend shows you which teacher corresponds to which color, and the times increase as you go down the page. (Note: you will not see all of the teachers at your school, just the set of teachers that your children have classes with.) Click on a square to book that time.
You will optionally have the choice of setting a time when you would like a reminder email delivered.
Click "Create Appointment".
Repeat until you have an appointment with each teacher you'd like to visit with.
At any time you can click on "printable schedule" and print the resulting web page to get a hard copy of your schedule.
If you want to make changes to your schedule, you can log in at any time with the email address and password you used to create your account.
Click on “Your Schedule” to display and hide your appointments. There will be links to change the time, or cancel the appointment.
Please contact the Principal’s Office with any questions about Parent Teacher Conferences.
Questions to ask during Parent/Teacher Conferences
Does my student demonstrate specific strengths in your class?
How is my student doing in your class: Grades, attendance, missing assignments
How can my student improve his/her grade?
Is there some way that I can check my student’s progress in class?
Are there any upcoming projects or assignments my student should be working on?