Call the parents at School campus and talk face to face with parents and child.
Let parents know they can trust you. Be discrete: Avoid discussing students with other parents or engaging in any negative faculty-room talk. I also make this a rule for parent volunteers who spend time in the classroom. I tell parents that all of us have good days and bad days. If a volunteer witnesses … Read more
They use it in the East a lot. Parents get a daily report on the kids and can communicate one-on-one with the teacher.
That would depend on the age of the children.
Preschool is family mailboxes. Kindergarten through 6th grade would be daily folders that have their homework in them. Junior high and High School would be only as needed because at that age they self govern. So an email, or a phone call would suffice.
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If it to give "General" information then an Email should suffice.
Anything regarding issues with their child needs a face to face meeting.
Face to face talk.
One on one face to face meeting with both parents and their child.