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Expectations Letter
Grade Level(s): 6-8, 9-12
Submitted by: Fran, 7th

I am starting out the year by writing a letter to the parent/student giving background information on me and my expectations for the year. Also, I include supplies needed and my classroom rules and policies/procedures. I make a copy of the letter for each child to take home and have the parent sign and return. This eliminates problems later in the year when a student tries to say they didn't know what my expectations were, etc.



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