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Old 11-21-2012, 02:48 PM   #41
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Does your district post grades online? I can check my kids grades online at any time and I do it at least once a week (older two are in 5th grade and youngest is in 2nd). It shows all tests and assignments and I can pinpoint the areas of issue.

I teach high school and we have online grades so its a bit different but there is no way I can call the parents when the grades begin to slip. That would be me knowing what everyone's grade in each area was at all times. No way I can do it with 190 students but I doubt I could do it with 36. The parents and kids can access the grades and they have the papers. Both should help them know when there is a slip occurring.
There are 19 kids in my son's class. And he is in second grade. At this level I would expect a teacher to have a reasonable amount of communication with parents especially a child with special needs. I've asked how he is doing plenty of times and she's always said he's fine.

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Old 11-21-2012, 03:38 PM   #42
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You can ask for a daily report for his work habits, behavior etc. It takes only seconds to fill out (for the teacher). I surely hope that it goes well for the 504 meeting and that the teacher reflects on how she needs to communicate with you.

I know that it gets busy and hectic, but I still try my best to communicate with parents. I sign their PRIDE binders (practicing responsibility in daily en devours) each day--and I teach 4th graders
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Here are some sample daily report sheets the teacher can fill out...

http://www.freeprintablebehaviorcharts.com/
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You can ask for a daily report for his work habits, behavior etc. It takes only seconds to fill out (for the teacher). I surely hope that it goes well for the 504 meeting and that the teacher reflects on how she needs to communicate with you.

I know that it gets busy and hectic, but I still try my best to communicate with parents. I sign their PRIDE binders (practicing responsibility in daily en devours) each day--and I teach 4th graders
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Here are some sample daily report sheets the teacher can fill out...

http://www.freeprintablebehaviorcharts.com/
Thanks, I will take a look when I find my desktop mouse. Dd hid it somewhere.
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