Behavior Letter to Parents
Here is a basic behavior letter to be sent home to parents for a signature and comments. It includes a checklist of common problem behaviors that may occur in an elementary classroom.
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- Can be typed into electronically
- Does not include a space for a teacher to explain in more detail the problem behavior. I would follow up this letter with an e-mail or phone call to the parent.
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