In the fall, conferences are held on two nights in mid-October. In the spring, conferences are held on two nights in mid-March. Conferences run from four to seven in the evening.
Teachers will hold conferences in their rooms on a first come first serve basis. Parents are encourage to check students' grades through PowerSchool and print out a schedule to make sure they visit all their students' teachers.
At Memorial High School we believe that parent involvement raises the academic achievement level of students. Additionally, parents become empowered, teacher morale improves, and communities grow stronger when parents take an active role in educating their children.
Students will need to pick up a schedule change form from the office and return it upon completion. Schedule change forms due require a parent/guardian signature. It may take several weeks to work through all the schedule change request.
All students will receive a student ID during the first month of school. Students need to wear ID's daily and have it available if requested for identification. Replacement Fee: $3.00
You can follow your student's personalized learning process by accessing the parent portal on Summit Learning. Parent Portal
Lost and Found Policy
Please call the main office at 918-833-9600 about any missing items that may have been turned in.
It is the policy of Tulsa Public Schools to withhold transcripts and copies of other school records relating to any student who fails to return a textbook or other property or to make payment for the items issued. Students with hold cards are prohibited from participating in all activities such as Prom. Also, they cannot receive diplomas until holds are taken care of.
It is very important that seniors request their final transcript to be sent to the college they will attend in the fall. To make the final transcript request fill out a form in the main office.
At Memorial High School, college and career readiness is not a dream, it's a plan. For that to be a reality, all students must begin planning for their futures by taking the appropriate classes needed for high school graduation, rigorous coursework designed to prepare their for college and career, and explore their interests and talents so that they can find that perfect career match.
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