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Communicating with Parents
Updated: 10/8/2020
Communicating with Parents
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  • Mr. and Mrs. George, Thank you so much for taking the time to come see me.
  • It's our pleasure. We were a bit alarmed by your email.
  • Let's go to the classroom to talk
  • Regina's grades in economics haven't been up to my expectations and her potential.
  • That's very concerning. Do you happen to know why?
  • After talking to her homeroom teacher, I believe it's because she missed a few foundational classes when she skipped from 9th to 11th grade.
  • Parents Meeting
  • Hmmm.. that's reasonable. What do you suggest we do. Going back isn't an option.
  • Yes, I understand. Regina is an invaluable member of this class. I wouldn't want her to move to another class as well. I have drawn a schedule of remedial classes and assignments.
  • I believe she can, but she'd need your help.
  • Parents Meeting
  • That's good to hear. Can she manage with the extra course load?
  • Economics, being a core AP subject will be pretty helpful with her college apps. I think she should prioritize it. Here's a copy of the remedial plan with a mix of remote learning and after school sessions with me.
  • I'm sorry. School policy doesn't allow me to share WeChats. I will email you and you can check her progress using the parents login on Google Classroom.
  • Parents Meeting
  • Well put. We'd like to remain updated and informed. May I have your WeChat.
  • Regina is an amazing student and I am sure she will ace these tasks.
  • Parents Meeting
  • We hope so too. Thank you for calling us to this meeting.
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