Parent Teacher Conference Registration has closed.
If you did not get a chance to register and still have a significant need to conference, please communicate directly with your student's teachers.
At the time of scheduled conferences, please refer to:
Colorado Springs School District 11 Graduate Profile
In an ever-changing world, in the midst of shifting from industrial-based to an information-based global society, education needs to be ever-evolving. We know students need to be prepared for citizenship in a global community, and success in the modern workforce, therefore, Colorado Springs School District 11, in collaboration with our community, district educators, and support personnel, is proud to announce the D11 Graduate Profile. The eight core competency elements of our Graduate Profile align with our strategic plan, and will truly help us navigate the whole student towards life skills success.
- Continuous Learner
- Academically Ready
- Empowered Citizen
- Skilled Communicator
- Healthy and Balanced
- Innovative Problem Solver
- Empathetic Collaborator
- Critical Thinker
To learn more about the Colorado Springs School District 11 Graduate Profile, and how you may best support your student in reaching these competencies, please visit https://www.d11.org/GraduateProfile
Palmer High School
301 N. Nevada Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Main Number: 719-328-5000
It’s hard to believe we are more than halfway through the first quarter of the school year! Despite the challenges of the pandemic, it’s still vital for families to connect with their child’s teacher(s). Parent/Guardian/Teacher conferences will soon be taking place, and although they may be virtual or different than in the past, there are still some things that never change. For starters, be prepared with the questions you have for your child’s teacher(s). Second, be open and honest and share your child’s strengths and weaknesses, letting the teacher know how best to work with your student. Third, keep the lines of communication open and let your child’s teacher(s) know the best way to reach you. Ask the best way to contact them should you have questions or concerns that arise.