Communicating to a parent that their child had misbehavior.
Hi Mrs. Sarah's Mom! I wanted to call you and let you know that Sarah is a star student in music class. Today she conducted the whole class on stage and was able to clap all the rhythms on her own! She's a great student, and I wanted to share that with you.
Sarah, we do not hit in music class!
Hi Mrs. Sarah'sMom. Thank you for coming in today. I first off want to say how Sarah has such a beautiful voice! She seems to really enjoy music class.
I know! She's my baby!
I hope she takes this the right way!
I'm sorry to have to tell you this, but Sarah hit another student today in music class. This is behavior I'm not used to seeing from her.
I can't believe my baby did that! I'm so embarassed.
Oh wow. I can't believe that! I will talk with Sarah and make sure she understands better ways to express her feelings. I really appreciate you letting me know!
It's important to me that you know how much I enjoy having Sarah in my class. Last week she sang a solo and I was so proud of her!
She talks about music class all the time. She must have had a really bad day. I will help her so she can enjoy music class again!