Back-to-School Introduction Letters: Is It Too Early to Start Talking to the Teacher?

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Parents often don’t want to bother teachers in September and October. But talking early can set the stage for strong communication throughout the school year. Download a back-to-school introduction letter you can use to share important facts about your child and to start building a positive relationship. Plus, if you’re not sure who to contact about various topics, work with your child’s school to fill out a printable contact list.

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5 Topics to Go Over With Teachers Early in the School Year

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