I work in the school system. I can tell you first hand that if I received an email from a concerned parent I would be thrilled. It shows the parent is concerned and an email or phone call would be in order, not that short one word response you received. Screw the teacher, contact the principal or guidance department.
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Put your child in private school? Is that an option for real working people who are already being taxed to the max to fund public schools that are not performing their basic functions?
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This. I’d send an email to the principal asking if this is the type of effective communication you can expect from his staff. Secondly, I’d ask for a meeting with the principal about the teacher and her poor communication skills—then get around and talk about your step-son’s performance.
I second the dick pics… I’m not in the school system nor have any any kids so my advice is probably the worst you could take, but sometimes people need to turn in some dick pictures.
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