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Monitoring Your Child's Progress at School

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Mother helping her young daughter color a picture with markers.
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Adult and group of school children walking outside.
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Stay involved


Mother and son meeting with teacher.
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Develop a relationship with the teacher


Teenage daughter and mother at parent teacher conference.
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Set up a meeting with the teacher early in the school year


School report card and apple.
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Request monthly grade reports


Happy mother and young son looking at progress report.
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Use daily or weekly report cards


Mother and daughter with backpack in school hallway.
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Inspect your child’s backpack


Mothers talking and having tea while their daughters play together.
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Talk to other parents


Mother and young daughter at grocery store shopping.
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Observe your child outside of the classroom


Happy father and young daughter doing homework.
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Ask your child about school every day


Father talking with school teacher.
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Find out present levels of performance


Stack of binders and books.
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Create a binder of schoolwork


Mother working with son on schoolwork at home.
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When you don’t see any progress


Mother and daughter meeting with IEP professional.
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Request an IEP or Section 504 meeting


Mother saying goodbye to young son in classroom.
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When in doubt, ask


Eileen Bailey

Eileen Bailey

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Eileen Bailey is an award-winning author of six books on health and parenting topics and freelance writer specializing in health topics including ADHD, Anxiety, Sexual Health, Skin Care, Psoriasis and Skin Cancer. Her wish is to provide readers with relevant and practical information on health conditions to help them make informed decisions regarding their health care.