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Friday, February 24, 2006

Work for students who are absent

What do we tell parents when they want to come by and pick up student work? I am shooting for something that’s simple and not going to involve interrupting you every time a parent calls wanting to come by and pick up work.

If you have a suggestion, this would be a great opportunity to leave it as a comment so others can see what is working or what you think would work. The closer we can get to a schoolwide policy, the better. If that just doesn’t look like it’s going to be feasible, we should at least be able to get several grade levels doing the same thing.

Every day, we are all faced with our share of "urgent trivialities." Let's fashion something that keeps gathering work from being one more for any of us.

6 Comments:

At 9:40 AM, Blogger Nancy Hare said...

I put the work on the student's desk. It is fine with me for the parent to come by after school to pick it up.
N.Hare

 
At 9:41 AM, Blogger Nancy Hare said...

I leave the student's work on his/her desk. It is fine with me for the parent to come by after school and pick the work up.

 
At 11:45 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't leave work on the desks because we put our chairs on our desks at the end of every day and paperwork tends to scatter. I keep all unfinished work in a folder by my desk. If a parent wants to come by after school to get it I always take it out and leave it on the table just inside my room.

 
At 2:14 PM, Blogger Punk & Punkette said...

I also leave work on the child's desk. A parent may come at the end of the day to get it.

 
At 2:15 PM, Blogger Punk & Punkette said...

Lee Roberson .... I also leave work on the child's desk. A parent or older sibling may come get it at the end of the day.

 
At 3:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lee Roberson says: I leave the child's work on the desk. Parents or siblings can come get it at the end of the day.

 

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