- Frequent homework issues could be a sign of trouble at school.
- A change in your child’s attitude about school could be another telltale sign.
- Communicating your concerns early can sometimes head off bigger problems.
afraid of being a bother? Don’t worry! Gone are the days of waiting for a
parent-teacher conference, a PTA meeting or a chance meeting in the
school hallway to touch base with the teacher.
social networks, email and texting have made it easier to stay in
contact. And communicating early can sometimes head off bigger problems
and enable you to build a solid relationship with the school.
Here are three situations when it’s wise to reach out: [This article continues at the Learning Disablities site at the link below]
When to Contact Your Child's Teachers: 3 Signs It's Time to Speak Up - NCLD