This product is a set of four fully editable parent communication templates. They make it easy for a teacher to contact parents and relay information on behavior, academic progress, and positive updates. These will take the question out of what you should say, and save you time.
We know how important parent communication is. It is key to student success, and so important that we build positive relationships with parents. However, we, as teachers are often not taught what to say to parents when we make those phone calls or emails home. How to we communicate professionally, but still get our point across? How do we get out of the blame game, and get parents to support us in our goals to help students?
These four templates cover most of the common reasons that a teacher would need to contact a parent (academic progress, behavior update, positive update, and classroom opportunity). They give you templates that can be personalized for your specific situation, but take the guesswork out of what to say.
These templates are available as both a word document and Google doc that you may edit. You can then use the text in an email, on school letterhead, or as a script when making phone calls.
- Purchase of the product is for single classroom use by the purchaser only. It is a violation for individuals, schools, and districts to redistribute, edit, sell, or post this item on the Internet or to other individuals. Disregarding the copyright is a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and subject to legal action.
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