North Atlanta High School

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Parent – Students Group Conferences


Location: Cafeteria 

Day: Every Wednesday 

2016-17 School Year:  Conference Dates for 1st Semester:  September 7 - November 30

 9th & 12th Grade will meet every 1st & 3rd Wednesday 

10th & 11th Grade will meet every 2nd & 4th Wednesday  

Time: 4:00 pm to approximately 4:45 pm 

Max number of conferences every Wednesday: 20 per grade level 


  • The purpose of the Parent-Student Group Conferences is to receive a status update from the student’s teachers and discuss concerns and appropriate interventions. 
  • Parent-Student Group conferences are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis by the parent liaison in collaboration with the grade level counselor.   Priority is given to parents of students who are in jeopardy of failing two or more classes. 
  • To be scheduled for a Group Conference, parents have to request a meeting with three or more teachers by 4:00 PM on Monday afternoon using the link below. 
  • Parents who would like to meet with two or fewer teachers need to arrange the conference with the individual teacher(s) in advance rather than seek an individual ad hoc meeting during the Group Conference. 
  • All counselors will attend the Parent-Student Group Conferences on Wednesday to maintain an orderly and consistent flow. 
  • Counselors will provide training for teachers on how to conduct effective conferences. 

Use the following link for appointments:


Class of 2017 Counselor           Dionne Williams                                    

Class of 2018 Counselor           Marc Genwright                    

Class of 2019 Counselor            Kaye Boykin        

Class of 2020 Counselor          Darryl Robinson             


Special Programs Counselor
Rebecca England         

Parent-Student Group Conferences are not the only opportunity to meet with teachers. Parents are encouraged to establish communication with teachers at the first signs of any difficulties or when have questions/concerns about a course or their student’s progress.