MHS Parent Teacher Conferences


With the first quarter of the 2022 – 2023 school year complete, the Marauder staff invites our families to attend our annual parent-teacher conferences. Parent-teacher conferences provides an opportunity for parents/guardians to meet with teachers about student academic performance, growth, and current standing. Proactive, productive and collaborative conversations can take place that address academic or behavioral concerns while reinforcing student strengths.

Parent-teacher conferences will be held Wednesday, October 26 and Thursday, October 27. Please see below for the specific times on each of these days.

4:00PM – 7:00pm Parent – Teacher Conferences
8AM – 11am 11AM – 11:45AM 11:45 – 3PM 3PM – 3:45PM 3:45PM – 7:00PM
Parent – Teacher Conferences Break – Staff Lunch Parent – Teacher Conferences Break – Staff Dinner Parent – Teacher Conferences


Parent-teacher conferences will take place in both the main and auxiliary gymnasiums, using a “walk-up” format. Upon arrival, parents/guardians will sign-in and select a 15-minute time slot with the teacher that they would like to conference with. Teachers will meet with parents/guardians based upon this sign-in process and soonest availability.

Spanish speakers will be present to assist with conversations as needed. Childcare and activities for children ages 10 and younger will be provided on site (Room #13) so that parents/guardians can fully engage in conversations about their Mitchell High School students.

Family and community engagement are critical to positive student outcomes and school improvement. Your participation and engagement in parent-teacher conferences is essential.

We look forward to seeing you soon.


School District 11 is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in relation to disability, need for special education services (whether actual or perceived), race, creed, color, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, religion, ancestry, age, genetic information, or protected activity. Any harassment/discrimination of students and/or staff, based on the protected areas, will not be tolerated and must be brought to the immediate attention of the D11 nondiscrimination compliance/grievance coordinator.

NONDISCRIMINATION COMPLIANCE COORDINATOR Katherine Ritchie Rapp, Equal Opportunity Programs and Ombudservices 711 East San Rafael Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903-2599
E-MAIL: [email protected] Phone: 520-2271, FAX: 520-2442