Good parent/teacher relationships are vital for your child’s success

Though I am always first to tell parents that they need to be their child’s champion when it comes to the school system,  the fact is that most teachers care deeply about the children in their classroom and work very hard for minimal financial reward and often even less recognition.  This article talks about things that parents can do to build a partnership with their child’s teachers; a partnership that may mean the difference between success and failure in the classroom.

Here at N.E.A.T we are always open to partnering with the schools. We participate in IEP (individual education plan) sessions whenever possible and invite teachers and administrators to visit our site. If you are an educator, give us a call!  We would love to have you come out to see the ranch, meet the horses and learn more about how we can help make a difference in classroom behavior.

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