TCVSeniorSchool organized Parent-Teacher Conference on Saturday, August 18 in Deckyi Tsering Hall for the parents and local guardians who live in the vicinity of Dharamsala. The main purpose of the conference was to encourage parents’ involvement in their children’s education. As it is clearly proven from research and also from our past experiences that children do much better in school and grow up to be more successful in academic life when both parents and teachers are involved in child’s education. The program began at 9.30 a.m. in the morning. Mr.Tsutrim Dorjee, Headmaster welcomed the parents and local guardians and expressed thanks to them for attending the program despite the bad weather. Mr. Namdol Tashi, Principal gave a speech on the importance and purpose for holding such a program in school. The speech was stimulating and the talk ended with a big round of applause. We received encouraging responses from parents on the day as there were about 190 parents and local guardians who attended the program. The parent–teacher conference that began at 10.30 a.m. lasted till 5.30 p.m. in the evening. All the subject teachers worked hard through the day talking things out to the parents about allround development of the students focusing mainly on the academics.  Mr. Sonam Topgyal, Father of Michiko Yamasaki of Class XD in his feedback stated, “During his time as a student, teachers did not give individual attention to each student but assessed the class as a group. But in this parent-teaching meeting, teachers have to know each student individually by telling parents how his/her child performs. In this way, it will improve the performance of the child.”

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