Thanks to our incredible students and staff, we’ve had a successful transition this week bringing back our PreK-2 students enrolled in the in-person learning option. As we have mentioned in previous communications, our intention is to bring other students into our classrooms for in-person learning as soon as possible. In consultation with the St. Louis County Department of Public Health, we have determined it is safe to bring back students in third through eighth grade for phase 2 of in-person learning. We will continue to work with the health department on a return to phase 2 for high school students and hope to have an update to share with families in the next week or two.
PHS Parent Teacher Conferences will take place via Zoom video conferences on Wednesday, October 7 from 4:30 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. and on Thursday, October 8 from 4:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. Each conference will be limited to 8 minutes. Teachers will utilize a waiting room for their meetings and will only admit a student or parent name who registered and only at their assigned time. Make sure you enter the parent name who will be attending the conference when you register.
After you register and sign up for time slots, you will receive email confirmations with the Zoom links. You will also receive an email reminder 2 days prior to the day of your scheduled conference. Use pirates (all lowercase) for a password, if prompted.
How to register:
To register for a single conference with a single teacher, go to https://www.myconferencetime.com/pattonvillehigh. On the home screen, select the department and teacher that you would like to schedule a conference with and choose an available time slot.
To register for multiple conferences at the same time:
In the yellow box below conference schedules, click "Register for Multiple Time Slots."
Choose the number of students that you have in your family at Pattonville High School.
Fill in all required information and any necessary optional information and click “Sign Up for Your Conference.” Please be assured that all information is submitted securely and will only be used by the school for confirmation purposes. It will not be available to outside sources.
For each student, select the teachers you would like to meet with.
Choose the date and then select the conference times with each of your selected teachers.
You will receive a confirmation email confirming your conference times.
The website will open for sign-ups Friday, September 25th at 7:00 a.m. Please be aware that this system is set up in a way that everyone will have the same priority in scheduling. If you have a need for a specific time, it will be important that you schedule as soon as possible once the window opens to ensure the availability of conference times.
If you need assistance setting up conference(s), contact Debbie Jansen at 314-213-8551.
Pattonville School District will continue offering the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) meal program the district offered over the summer until Dec. 31 or until funding runs out and will extend the program to students returning to classrooms. The free meal service is open to all children 18 years of age and under. No ID or paperwork is required to participate.
Students in preschool through second grade (PreK-2) who return to the classroom for phase 2 of in-person learning will receive a free breakfast and lunch each day they are in school.
Each fall, we look forward to welcoming students, parents, alumni, staff and community members to Pattonville High School for our annual homecoming celebration. But this year, since we can't be together, we're bringing the Ville to your home, wherever you may be, for our first-ever global virtual homecoming.
Homecoming is postponed to a date to be determined during the second semester, but we're offering a slate of digital content from Sept. 21 to 26 for everyone in our Pattonville family - past and present - to participate in together.
Dear Pattonville High School students, families and staff,
This week, Pattonville announced PreK-2 students will soon move to phase 2 of in-person instruction, and the county health department released updated youth activity guidelines. This means some fall sports in Pattonville will start practicing soon. Here’s how this impacts Pattonville students involved in athletics and activities: