We want to foster positive relationships each child. Giving us the inside scoop on her likes, dislikes, and special needs helps us really connect with your child each and everyday.
Favorite Subjects: Tell us about things that engage your child. We want to keep their minds challenged and growing.
Difficult Subjects: Knowing what gives your child trouble allows his or her teacher ability to pay special attention to those areas and look for ways to improve comprehension and communication.
Allergies: It's essential we know about any food or other allergies and how serious they are.
Medical Conditions: Inform us if your child has a medical condition that might require special attention or if he takes medication recently.
After-school Activities: We want to know all the exciting things your child does when they are not with us. It helps us better connect and learn about your child.
Religion: If your family practices a religion that requires your child to miss school, dress a certain way, or not eat particular foods we want to know.
Family Issues: If there's a new baby, death in the family, or divorce, it may affect your child in the classroom, keeping us updated about what's going on at home helps us help your child.
Sensitive Areas: Alert the teacher if your child is self-conscious about his or her weight, appearance, if she or he is shy or is particularly afraid of something,
Hobbies & Interests: If your child is crazy about music, loves monkeys, or has a passion for football, we want to tap into that interests.
Temperament: Let the teacher know if your child tends to be cranky in the afternoon, get frustrated by art projects, or hates to take naps. Tried-and-true methods you've already discovered for dealing with less-than-ideal behavior.