My daughter is in grade 1, and she told me today that her and one other boy in her class had to leave to go with a different teacher to get help with reading..which is AWESOME, i am not complaining AT ALL...but I would've thought that the teacher should have told me this was going to be happening..I see her teacher every morning, and every afternoon..allll the kids have a planner so that the teacher and parents can communicate (i have to sign it every night) i just think its odd that she didnt tell me..
Asked by alexis_06 at 7:25 PM on Nov. 18, 2010 inLevel 42 (146,031 Credits)
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Answer by Melbornj at 8:54 PM on Nov. 18, 2010
best thing to do is ask the teacher :) you just never know. It may be something small & normal for the class.. Also know that going to school, alot of things can go on without parents knowing.. For about 3mo. 2-3x a week i was taken out of gym class to talk to a counselor about some stuff that was going on.. my parents where NEVER informed i was getting counseling at school.. im 27 & really no one knows about it still.. As a parent now, that kinda freaks me out!!
Answer by MommaTasha1003 at 9:08 PM on Nov. 18, 2010
Chances are the reading teacher will send a letter home if she wishes to CONTINUE seeing your child. Where I taught that is how it worked. The reading teacher would read with some students. If she felt they could benefit from her services, then she sent a letter home requesting permission to see the child on a regular basis. If she did not feel a student needed her services, nothing was sent home, for such students would not be pulled to read with her again.
Answer by KairisMama at 10:41 PM on Nov. 18, 2010
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