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Submitted by: Pamela, 5th Grade

Making report cards personal can be challenging. You want the parents to know you are concerned without being critical. Here are some suggestions ...

Absent:_________ is often absent from class and must come more frequently if his/her grades are to improve. He/She shows promise in the subject area of ___________ but needs to be in school for lessons in ____________. Please alert your child of the importance to attend class on a regular basis.
Aggressive:__________ has an aggressive nature. He/She is forceful towards other classmates. Although it is good that he/she can not be bullied, he/she needs to cool down his/her too-assertive behavior.
Failing: ____________ is failing the subject of __________. Let's do what we can to get him/her on the right track again.
Understanding Assignments: _________has trouble understanding assignments, especially in ___________. He/She doesn't grasp the basic concepts such as ___________. Let's work on this together so that he/she can fully comprehend this by _____________.
Arithmetic:_______ is good in math and easily understands its concepts and application. OR ________ does not have a grasp of math. He/She struggles with the most basic of concepts. Please come in and talk about what we can do to improve his ability to apply math.



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