Parent-teacher meetings are a useful forum for parents to raise a number of issues they believe are impeding their student’s educational progress. This study looks into how elementary school teachers perceive the impact of parent-teacher meetings on students’ academic performance. The study’s quantitative, descriptive, and survey methods. All of the elementary schools in the Vehari district were the focus of the current research project. The technique employed a multi-stage simple random sampling. The questionnaire was created by the research. The questionnaire’s reliability score was 0.891. It was determined that parent-teacher meetings significantly affect students’ academic performance. The majority of the teachers stated that students whose parents consistently attend PTM do better. Parents’ perspectives on PTMs should be sought out through interviews, it is recommended. Higher management should be responsible for all PTM monitoring.