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Parent Report: (Child’s Name)


Date of Meeting:


Submitted by:


Introduction: Always start your letter positively (talk about accomplishments)

  •   E.g.  “We have seen tremendous growth in our son this year.  In addition to his improved grades, we have witnessed new development in the areas of language, reading speed, and self-esteem.”
  • Give specific examples


School-based contributions to his improvement:


Highlight teacher and support staff methods

  • E.g.  “Mrs. Clarke’s teaching style has been a true gift to our son.  The structure, predictability, and consistency of her class have allowed our son to develop confidence, competence, and a wonderful sense of security.”


Home program or at-home activities:

 Describe how school work and school-based friendships carry over at home

  • E.g. “Our son has enjoyed trips to the library and showed enthusiasm when selecting a book for home reading. His independence and confidence in completing homework assignments has improved.”


Areas of Concern:

 Clearly identify problems or weaknesses that you think need extra work

  • Organizing homework assignments
  • Self-advocacy skills
  • Academic support/tutoring



  • Be as specific and directive as possible
  • Proactive safety instruction followed by positive reinforcement
  • Social skill instruction during lunch or recess
  • Instruction on self-advocacy strategies:  raising hand, requesting time-out, etc.
  • Daily priming/prepping for next day’s lessons
  • Schedules/calendars
  • Use of assistive technology in the classroom



 Thank you for your time and commitment