Do you have consistent communication with your child's teacher/caregiver? Having good communication with your child's teacher/caregiver is vital to your child's success and a good relationship with your school or childcare center through the school year. Newsletters and emails are the most common forms of communication that schools and childcare centers use to maintain good communication with parents. Many teachers and caregivers also use a variety of online tools to communicate with busy parents.
Primrose School and Childcare Center is the Lakewood Ranch area of Sarasota has several additional ways that the teachers/caregivers use to maintain consistent communication with parents. The teachers/caregivers at Primrose use weekly and monthly newsletters to keep parents informed of school events. Busy parents don't often have the time to read a paper form that a newsletter might come in, and Primrose uses the internet to creatively inform parents of a variety of school happenings through the month. Their Primrose Parents' Place is available to parents online with postings of weekly and monthly newsletters. The communications come in a variety of formats. Primrose maintains an online community with its parents' blogs, and their FaceBook page. Primrose also maintains a Twitter account for communication with its parents and the community.
Teachers/caregivers at Primrose also maintain ongoing assessment of the child's progress with assessment letters and parent/teacher conferences. The Primrose Parents' Place provides classroom forms, online parenting tips, and resource articles in addition to its weekly/monthly newsletters. Suggestions for parenting books are also available on the Parents' Place site.
Primrose School and Childcare Center is located at 9127 Town Center Parkway in the Lakewood ranch area of Sarasota.
Look for ways to improve your communication with your child's teacher/caregiver during this school year. Directors and teachers are always looking for suggestions that parents might have to maintain consistent communication. Using all of the resources that your childcare or school make available for consistent communication is a great way to have a successful school year.