So, my daughters school just informed me *ETA the email I sent her teacher*
That they dont communicate with parents unless their is a problem at school. I don't get grades sent home, progress reports or notes. We only meet with the teacher for actual report cards which is in November. It's even like this for my kindergarten student as well. My daughter who is in 4th grade usually has no information for me other than me having to consistently send her teacher emails about progress.
I would think it would be appropriate to see her actual work. What projects they are working on. What curicullum are they going over.
Ive never been in a school system like this one in Maryland. I realize Im the parent, I have the responsiblity of communicating, but I feel like the teachers who teach my kids have a responsibility of letting me know where they are at even if they are doing well.
What's your thoughts?
Hi Ms. K,**
So, my point in all of this is even if its only every couple of weeks and email or a note about her progress and something she can improve on at home would be greatly appreciated. I remember growing up and teachers send work home, notes, progress reports. I sometimes feel disappointed when I look in their folders and the only thing I find is homework assignments for that day.