Ask your colleagues what they are doing. Those that have been there for several years probably have a well-organized routine.
And ask your principal directly!
Here's one idea:
Have your students compile a portfolio of work samples representative of what they've learned so far. Based on that work sample, have them identify strengths and write themselves some goals. When their parents come to open house, the student can lead them to their desk, go through their folder, discuss the work, the strengths, and the goals, and add any goals the parents think need to be addressed. Make refreshments available; stand at the door to greet them and to thank them for coming on their way out.
This requires prep work and practice time in class ahead of time!