Two nights have been designated next week to give Sulphur Springs parents an opportunity to meet their sixth through 12th grade students’ teachers.
Sulphur Springs High School will be holding Meet the Teacher activities from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 23. The SSHS Book fair will also begin that evening and continue at the campus until Sept. 27.
Meet the Teacher activities at Sulphur Springs Middle School wil be conducted from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 24.
Sulphur Springs Independent School District Director of Human Resources and Communications Rusty Harden encourages all parents and guardians to visit their middle and high school students’ campuses during the designated times to attend these events, meet their students’ teachers and school staff.
For more information about SSHS Meet the Teacher, call 903-885-2158. Call 903-885-7741 for middle school information.
Parents of SSMS and Sulphur Springs primary students also are afforded an opportunity this week on the designated day to obtain the necessary information to login to Family Access to view their children’s grades. Family Access is Sulphur Springs Independent School District’s new web-baed tool that allows parents and guardians to track their children’s grades, attendance, discipline records and communicate with their students’ teachers in a limited format.
Parents of Douglas Intermediate and Sulphur Springs Elementary students had an opportunity Sept. 6 to get login information for their students, and SSHS parents were able to do so today.
Staff will be on hand at Travis, Lamar and Bowie Primary campuses Wednesday, Sept. 18, to provide parents with the needed access information. Middle school parents can drop by the school Thursday, Sept. 19. No appointment is needed; parents simply visit their child’s campus library on the designated day between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. to obtain the information needed to login.
Parents and guardians who have children on multiple campuses will only have to go to one meeting to get access privileges to view information for all of their students, according to Harden. That means parents who got the needed information at Douglas, SSES or SSHS do not need to go to another meeting. They should be able to check all of their children’s information.
Questions about Family Access should be directed to the staff members in the child’s campus library on the designated Family Access information distribution day. Parents are asked to please refrain from calling the student’s campus.
“If you have any questions, come on the day that is designated for your child's campus,” encourages Harden. “If you are not able to attend on the appropriate date and time, you will be able at a future date to contact the campus for access.”
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