Communicating to Parents

Communicating to Parents
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  • "Hello, Mrs. Smith. This is Ms. Shragal calling about Johnny."
  • Phone Home
  • Share Test Results: Tell parent both positive and negative behaviors. Build Partnership: Ask if the parent can speak to Johnny about misbehavior.  Remember to provide the parent with suggestions and make a note (date and time) of the phone/email home for records.
  • "Thank you Ms. Shragal for letting me know. I will talk to Johnny tonight and help him find solutions. I'm sorry he has been acting up in class.
  • Phone Home
  • To: johnny'smom@home.com From:ms.shragal@school.com Date: 6/3/2018 Subject: Johnny's Behavior Dear Johnny's mom, Johnny has continued to misbehave in class. I have set some time aside to talk to him about his behavior. We decided together that he is having a hard time with math which makes him upset. I gave him extra time and he has been working one-on-one with the teacher aide too. Is there anything you can think of that might help? Thank you.
  • Email Home
  • Share Test Results: Tell parent what has and has not been working. Share other strategies as well. Build Partnership: Ask if there is anything that can be done at home or other suggestions.
  • Email Home
  • "Mrs. Smith, thank you for meeting with me. I know the two of us can strategize to help Johnny! What are your goals this year and how can we improve to help Johny?"
  • Parent Teacher Conference
  •  "Thank you for taking the time to meet with me Ms. Shragal. At home, Johnny loves to draw, so one solution I believe will help calm him down and meet our goals is if he can take a break and draw for 5-10 minutes. What are your thoughts on this idea?"
  • Create Goals: Use the home environment as an advantage to improve student behavior in the classroom and at home. Build Partnership: Create solutions and strategies to use in the classroom that parents can also mimic at home. Put things into action now that Parent Teacher Conference is in effect.
  • Parent Teacher Conference
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