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jeannakunz
jeannakunz asks:
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I would like to know how my child is doing in school by any of his teachers.

with his work and is he being good
In Topics: Working with my child's teacher(s)
> 60 days ago

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BMelton
Dec 29, 2009
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What the Expert Says:

First, communicate with the teachers and ask for updates on grades and behavior. You may also ask for a parent-teacher conference to discuss your child's progress and needs. Ask that the school counselor be present to facilitate the meeting if you wish. Many schools provide email and other modes of communication, such as on-line progress reports.

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dgraab
dgraab , Parent writes:
Hi Jeanna,

This is a great question for your son's teachers directly, in a private or confidential setting (rather than in a public online forum like JustAsk).

If you don't have the school's contact info handy, and if the school is located in the United States, you can research its phone number in SchoolFinder: http://www.education.com/schoolfinder/

I'm also including below some additional resources you may find helpful.

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darinh96
darinh96 writes:
Many times the administrator is the first person called to find out how a particular student is doing in class. The first contact should be with the teacher. My recommendation is to call the school secretary to find out when each of your child's teacher has a conference period. This is the time they should be able to discuss any questions you might have about how your child is doing in their class. I would also recommend having various methods of getting in touch with you (cell phone, work phone, home phone, email). This is very important that if you are at work during a particular teacher's conference period, they still have a way of getting information to you regarding your child. I would suggest speaking to the administrator only if you have made numerous attempts to speak to your child's teacher and they do not respond to these attempts.
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