Katharine Greene, a middle school English teacher from AHLF Junior High School in Searcy, Arkansas is familiar with one historical battle fought by teachers and students across the world: that is the epic battle of homework. Teachers everywhere assign work with optimistic expectations, only to be met the next day with empty hands!
Communicating with parents should be easy, but educators everywhere experience hangups with their communication tools.
That’s because we have different goals for communicating with parents each time we reach out.
Advice for K-12 Administrators
Educators generally agree that parental involvement is great for students. When parents and schools work together, students have a greater opportunity to excel in both their home and school lives. However, working with parents isn’t always so simple.
“How was your day?”
In the month of October, every outbound call, outbound 1:1 text message, or outbound 1:1 email made with SchoolStatus automatically enters you* to win CASH FOR YOUR CLASSROOM? How much cash?
$500 for First Prize, $250 for Second, $100 for Third (click here for official contest rules) *winners must be a classroom teacher
Read on to see why Director of Operations, Leslie Ortego, decided to run a crazy, month-long communications contest.
At-risk. It’s a common term in education. It’s a scary term to most.
“I’m sorry, you have our Professional subscription, but you must have the Premium subscription to receive live phone support.” To which I say…”when did support become a premium?”