Best Practices When Working With Schools featured on momsmagazine.com

Check out the article I wrote for Moms Magazine! Imagine that your child is bullied at school, you are upset and want something done, of course! But often, our upset for our child gets in the way of knowing how to effectively help make the situation better. This article is how to effectively work with the school to resolve the issue. I think it’s great to read it BEFORE something happens, because trying to learn a new skill set in the midst of a problem is hard! Find the article here: http://tinyurl.com/mbzeg23

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  1. This should be required reading for all parents before their children start school. Letting the teacher/principal/school know that you are their partner, not their enemy, in resolving whatever situation may arise always gets one so much farther than assigning blame or demanding to know what the school is going to do about “it”, whatever “it” may be.

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  2. Thank you so much for the kind words. And well said! Partnering with the school is so empowering and can accomplish so much more than acting as an adversary.

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