When your child’s teacher wants to talk

When I picked up the boys today from school, Emmett’s teacher wanted to talk to me.  As any Autism parent can probably relate to, having a teacher want to speak with you, isn’t always a good thing. 

I don’t usually have much to worry about in this area anymore. That hasn’t always been the case, especially with Gavin.

As for what Emmett’s teacher needed today, it was nothing but positive. She wanted to tell me how amazing Emmett was doing.  She went on and know about how much she enjoys Emmett and is blown away by his intellect. 

Who doesn’t like to hear that about their child?

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Yajamalu Charity

I get like… Hope is good and not bad

Lost and Tired

When you learn that your child’s teacher wants to talk, what’s the first thing that pops into your head? Dread, fear or something else altogether?

Shelley Blundell Drury

I dread the phone ringing on school days my son school is great with him and know that it must be a big meltdown for them too ring

Tammy Wagar

I love the teachers who focus on the positives. I pulled my son out of school and homeschool him because the school he was in was toxic for him. Never anything positive.

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