Dating my daughters teacher


He did the required reading on his reading log and completed the reading worksheet, but what his mom failed to do was sign off on it. I get that my son’s teacher wants parents invested in checking off the completion of every assignment.

I get that she wants parents to know what’s going on, but I’d like to believe this truth is evident by the quality of the work he turns in – by the nicely written penmanship, by his carefully written name scrolled across every worksheet (front and back), and by the parent-completed reading log pictured above. Knowing I have a tendency to be overly sensitive, I took it to Facebook (you know, to the people who know all) to gauge the appropriateness of my reaction. If she becomes confrontational with you when you are being calm or this happens again, THEN involving the principal would be appropriate. Anything else is either an overreaction or sinking to a similar level of tactlessness.

Maybe she's not getting out of it what she's putting in, or she simply feels something's missing.That said, I’m a believer in the benefit of the doubt. But in spite of all these maybes, there’s a bigger maybe that rises above the rest: maybe she made a mistake. And on the assumption my son’s teacher was simply having bad day; it doesn’t mean we have to have a bad school year.Maybe my absent signature was the 30th one she’d seen from that week’s homework pile. Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy."When you care for your body—feed it well, rest it well, treat it well—then you will more naturally be drawn to someone who will do the same."3. Falling in love can cause a woman to fall out of sync with who she is without her other half."Don't let your own insecurity or your relationship stop you from living the life you deserve," says Weiner. If the guy she's interested in says he isn't looking for a girlfriend, tell her to believe him. "If you notice a person being unkind to someone else, don't fool yourself into thinking it will be different with you," says Weiner.But hey, I respect that that two parent signatures each week are her policy and I totally forgot one, but what I’m having a hard time reconciling is the manner in which she chose to communicate with me for a first offensive. But the worst part wasn’t how the amber admonition of terror made me feel, it was how my 7-year-old reacted to it. One-hundred and sixty comments later, I learned my feelings were echoed by all. It’s about responsibility which no one is willing to take for themselves. Maybe the writing was big, but what if that teacher was just sick of her rules and routines and assignments being ignored. But now comes the hard part, the part where I actually have to step out from behind my comfortable keyboard and do something about it. The all-knowing Facebook had some pretty good suggestions: Involving the principal is completely over the top. Don’t completely destroy your future relationship with the teacher.

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