Hi Ok so basically I'm in a bit of a weird situation so you probably need to hear the full thing.
I'm 19 and the guy I like is 12 years older than me. Before everyone starts freaking out it started off very innocently.
Ask if it's possible to arrange a trade with a student from another class.That's a reasonable request and a reasonable solution.Turns out I’m one of those moms: the friendly type who wants her child’s teacher to like her, but who actually makes the job difficult by neglecting to meet a simple request.Read more: School lunches: Fun printable meal planner I’m not alone either: There are hordes of parents out there who inadvertently annoy their children’s teachers.When my kid started Junior kindergarten last year, it took me weeks (OK, months) to send in a family photo for his teacher to hang in his cubby.
For some reason, I just couldn’t get it together to print off a picture from my smartphone.He was my high school teacher and when I went to sixth form I struggled with one of my A level subjects and my teacher didn't offer me much support.This is when I got in touch with him via email to ask him to help me as he had a degree in the subject.While Daddy and Teach may not be thinking of it, the other parents, and more importantly the other kids, are likely to suspect preferential treatment and change the way they behave toward your child.Your kid's been through a divorce, and you'd like to protect her from another trauma.“When parents socialize with me during drop-off, it’s transition time and one of the most difficult periods of the day—often I’ll have 15 kids waiting for my attention,” says Jennifer Sullivan,* a teacher at a Toronto school.