DD is in her second year of preschool and has the same teacher...Beth Altieri...and the same teacher aide...Sue Pollen. I obviously know their first names; however, I do not call them by their first names...instead saying Miss Altieri and Mrs Pollen.
This evening we attended an Early Literacy thing at the school where teachers were talking to us about things our preschoolers needed to know before they could read. The teacher pointed out that her tag said "Mrs ...." (don't remember her name), but asked that we call her by her first name.
What is the norm to call your child's teacher? Mr/Ms or by their first name?
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