My son is in 6th grade and is testing his new teacher to see what he can get away with. This is the email I sent to the teacher...
"This is a note to let you know that Jack did not complete his poster for the Wrinkle In Time project. He is fully aware that the project is due Monday and he still did not complete it. He has been reminded many times this past week to do it and has been set to the task several times as well.
Jack has been reminded of the importance of completing the work, yet he still chose to mess around and not finish it.
I would like to make this a teachable moment. I have spoken to him about how disappointed I am that he did not complete the assignment, but I would ask that you take him aside today for a brief moment and do the same. This will determine how he responds to your assignments in the future. If you let it slide he will assume that you will continue to do so....CONT...
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