If you’re looking for simple parent-teacher conference forms, find them here. These forms support you in having successful conferences with students and parents.
Parent-Teacher Conference Forms
Sign-In and Scheduling Sheets
If you’re not having parents sign up for parent-teacher conferences electronically, post the Parent-Teacher Conference Schedule form outside of your classroom and have guardians sign-up for an appointment as they drop-off or pick-up their kids.
Have guardians record their signature on the Parent-Teacher Conference Sign-In sheet once they arrive for their appointments so that you have documentation of attendance.
Glow & Grow Forms
Before parent-teacher conferences get under way, have students document their successes and areas of needed improvement using the Glow & Grow sheets. There’s a student and teacher version.
Teachers may want to use their version as a guide during parent-teacher conferences. Students may also do the same.
Parent-Teacher Conference Invitation and Reminder Forms
Send out the invitations a week or two before conferences, and send a reminder a few days before a parent’s conference date.
Anecdotal Observation Sheets
Use the Anecdotal Observation sheets to record your observations of student learning throughout the year.
These forms serve as a great reference during parent-teacher conferences when discussing a child’s academic performance and behavior patterns.
Related: Save time drafting notes for conferences using our parent-teacher conference comments.
Parent Phone Call Template
If you need to conduct a conference with a parent via phone, use this script as a guide.
Keep good documentation of parent contact and of those students who are working below grade level.
How Parents Can Support Their Child at Home Guides
Guide parents and guardians to support their children at home using these essential parent-teacher conference forms: List of Study Skills and 10 Ways to Support Your Child’s Learning.
If time permits, briefly review the purpose of the forms with parents, and provide to them a copy of each before they leave the conference.
Parent-Teacher Conference Evaluation and Thank You Forms
Your parent-teacher conferences will improve year after year if you seek feedback on what went well and what didn’t.
Consider distributing the Parent-Teacher Conference Evaluation Form and thank you note a day or two after meeting with parents.
Using these forms, your parent-teacher conferences will be a success.