Digital Learning Appointment Procedures
Students may continue to make appointments with their counselor through the scheduler below. Appointments can be scheduled in 20-minute increments between the hours of 11am-1pm. If your student needs an appointment outside of that time, please have them contact their counselor directly. Counselor emails can be found here. Students will receive an email invite to their school-issued gmail accounts shortly before the meeting begins.
Parents may continue to contact counselors through email or through phone. Counselor contact information can be found here. Meetings will be conducted virtually via Zoom until further notice.
Currently, the appointment types below will be conducted via zoom until further notice.
Parents who would like an appointment with their student's counselor should contact the student's counselor directly. Please have multiple dates and times available, and the counselor will make an appointment as soon as their availability allows. You must make an appointment to see your student's counselor. If you do not have an appointment, we cannot guarantee that your child's counselor will be available to meet with you. Click here to view a list of staff emails.
Parent Teacher Conference
For academic, emotional, and/or social concerns affecting multiple classes and teachers, you may contact your student's counselor directly to arrange a parent/teacher conference with the student's team of teachers, the counselor, and the assistant principal. Click here to view a list of staff emails.
Individual Teacher Conference
If you would like to meet with your student's teacher, please email the teacher directly. Click here to view a list of staff emails. For more information regarding Collins Hill's protocol for dealing with an academic concern, please see below:
Step 1: The student will try to resolve the concern by communicating with the teacher. If the concern is not resolved, continue to step 2.
Step 2: The student will communicate the concern with their parent/guardian at which time the parent/guardian must contact the teacher to try and resolve the concern. If the concern is not resolved, continue to step 3.
Step 3: The parent/guardian will contact the student's assistant principal to request a meeting with the student's assistant principal, student's teacher, parent, and student.