Parent-teacher conferences are an excellent way to create or build upon a strong home-school partnership that is critical to student success. A parent–teacher conference is a time when important people in a student's life can talk about how that student is doing in school. It's a chance for you to ask questions about the class or your child's progress. It is also a time for you and the teacher to work together as a team to discuss ways you both can help your son or daughter. To help you prepare for a productive meeting with your child's teacher, please view Making Parent-Teacher Conferences Work for Your Child , an article available on the National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) website.
Parent/Guardian Contact Information
In case of illness, accident or other emergency, the school will attempt to contact a child's parent or guardian. Please make sure the school has current contact information, including home, work, cell phone and pager numbers. In addition, be sure to keep the office informed of any changes in emergency contacts or child care arrangements.
School Information & Flyers
All school and community information is regularly sent home with students every Friday. Please look for our Weekly Parent Newsletter, the Z-News, that is sent home each week. We include important information that pertains to our school programs, procedures, events, and other activities.
Each child at Zamorano receives a copy of the Parent and Student Handbook, available in both English and Spanish . Please sign the form on the back cover and return to your child's teacher as soon as possible. This form lets us know that you have read and discussed the information in the handbook with your child, and that you will support the school's effort to provide the best education possible.
Facts for Parents
Facts for Parents is a yearly publication that contains essential information about San Diego Unified. It includes required notices and important information, including the district Zero Tolerance Policy, which prohibits weapons, violence, drugs, alcohol and tobacco at school. Parents are encouraged to review the information with their child(ren). Facts for parents
Please sign the pages in the back and return them to your child's teacher.
District Resources for Parents
Additional information and resources for parents are available on the district's website at http://www.sandi.net/indices/parents.htm