Theres only one thing: shes REALLY bad at communicating.
The school has this disciplinary system where the kids start out at expected behavior. Then they can go up on level for going above and beyond. No examples of that are given. On the other a side they can go down FIVE levels.
Level One is a "warning"
Level Two is removing them from the situation
Level Three is "relflection" and we have no idea what that is. I'm assuming they miss recess or something.
Level Four is contacting a guardian
Level Five is a visit with am administrator.
My son got level 1 the first two days of this week. The first day we asked what happened and of course his view was very one sided. The teacher didnt send home a note and he said he was the only kid to get a level.
The next day he said he couldnt remember why he got a level and there was no note from the teacher.
So I emailed her and she said "he should be able to tell you." Um okay. He should but he's not for whatever reason.
Idk. I just think its strange that they feel he acted in a way that warranted having his behavior classified as "level one" but they dont feel the need to specify what the behavior IS.
I would think they would want me to know what was going on at home so we could work on it and follow up with him.