Adjusting to a new classroom and teacher can be a challenge every year…and not just for your kids. Organized parent teacher communication can play a huge role in your child’s classroom success because when you connect with the teacher, you create a team that has nothing but your child’s best interests at heart. This week, I’m delighted to be featured on Primrose Schools Dr. Z and Friends Blog sharing tips for organized parent teacher communication.
An excerpt from the post….
Contact Me: If offered, sign up for email newsletters to receive online updates, in addition to anything that could come to you via email, in your child’s backpack or even through snail mail. Make sure to share contact information for others that the information may impact, such as a nanny or a friend who may regularly pick up your child. This is the best way to make sure that everyone is on the same page when timely news about your child’s class is sent out.
Dr. Z and Friends is wonderful community for parents with children often in childcare from birth to age six. I’d love to see you there so stop by to catch the video and tell me…
How do you handle communicating with your child’s teachers and school?
Now that the school year is in full swing, its time to focus on Fall. Grab your FREE Fall Organizing Checklist before you go!. Thanks so much for spending time with us today ~ see you next time!
Disclosure: Thanks to Primrose Schools for engaging me to provide a monthly series on the Dr. Z and Friends Blog. I’m delighted to share tips focused on home organization and family time management with an eye towards families with working parents and children in childcare from birth to age 6. My opinions are entirely my own.