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Campuses Host “Meet the Teachers” Nights
Wednesday, September 7, 2011 • Posted September 16, 2011

Blanco schools were open for “Meet the Teachers” nights, which allowed parents to meet their child’s teachers, and experience their child’s classroom environment.

“We want to provide an opportunity early on for parents to meet with teachers,” said Superintendent Dr. Buck Ford. “This allows parents an early view of their child’s teacher, their classroom, and their overall school environment. We want parents to feel comfortable with our schools and their child’s educational experience.”

The elementary school held its “Meet the Teachers” night on Friday, August 19.

Elementary principal Sue Ann Reininger said, “This was an excellent time for parents to make contact with their child’s teachers. Students were able to bring their supplies, find their classroom, and meet their teachers.”

The middle school held its “Meet the Teachers” night on Tuesday, August 30.

Middle school principal Jesse Salazar said, “Blanco Middle School had a great turnout of parents attending Meet the Teachers night. Teachers did a great job in displaying the work of students that has taken place in the classroom. I’d like to thank the parents for attending.”

The high school held its “Meet the Teachers” night on Monday, August 29.

“I want to thank all parents for taking time out of their busy schedules to attend our Meet the Teachers night,” said high school principal Dustin Barton. “The well-attended event allowed parents to have a small taste of what their children experience daily based on their child’s class schedule.”

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