Parent letters from teachers

Enhance the home-school connection with heartfelt parent letters from teachers. Discover how these letters can foster trust, communication, and collaboration to support your child's learning journey.
Layout, Pre K, Teacher Resources, Primary School Education, Organisation, Teacher Organization, Teacher Conferences, Parent Newsletter, Weekly Classroom Newsletter

This month I'm linking up to discuss parent communication. I will say my parents appreciate the systems I've put into place to keep them informed about their child's education. 1) Weekly Newsletter- every Monday students take home a newsletter in their folder. As you can see I let parents know what we're learning that week, important dates, notes and homework. 2) Classroom Website- every weekend I update the classroom website with the weekly newsletter above and important dates. I have…

Bridget Hoffmann
Parent Survey for the beginning of the year...get to know you're students and their parents better Pre K, Motivation, Teacher Resources, Parent Teacher Conferences, Parent Survey, Parent Teacher Communication, Parents As Teachers, Teacher Conferences, Teacher Organization

I'm the kind of person that likes to get ready for the next year before the end of this year. I know. You can call me crazy. It's ok. I understand. But it's the way I am. So what am I getting ready? Forms to send home during Meet and Greet: My Parent Survey (it's free!). I keep this in my communication folder. This is what I send home so that I can take pictures for my blog. I know it has my information on it, but if you need it for something else, then maybe you can use it as a template…

Taryn Israelson
Let's Talk Parent-Teacher Conferences Ideas, Teacher Introduction, Parent Teacher Conferences, Parent Teacher Meeting, Teacher Introduction Letter, Teacher Help, Teacher Conferences, Parent Letters From Teachers, Middle School Teachers

I am not sure how you feel about parent-teacher conferences, but when chatting to colleagues, I have encountered everything from frustration and dislike, to enjoyment and gratification. Personally, I love them: I find that meeting the parents or guardians of the teens I work with every day can be the most insightful, valuable and constructive experience. Below are just a few of the top tips I have garnered from my many meetings with parents (often learned the hard way)…