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Building Bridges Between Home and School

You can enjoy a healthy, respectful, and supportive relationship with your child's school. These steps will help you strengthen your communication skills and make this school year a positive experience for you, your child, and your child's teacher.

1. Two-Way Communication

2. Building a Foundation

3. Realistic Expectations

4. An Open Door!

5. Pitching In

6. The Benefit of the Doubt

7. School-Related Tasks

8. Mutual Respect

9. Flexibility

10. Open Minds

11. Giving Feedback

12. Positive Feedback

13. The Team

14. Put the Past in the Past

15. Reasonable Requests

16. The Teacher's Knowledge

17. The Grieving Process

18. Good Resources

19. Working Together

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