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    By Mrs. G

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    I teach in Michigan, although not in a public school.

    It is not uncommon for jr.high/middle school students to decide that school is on the bottom of their priority list. Sounds like you are doing what you can at home.

    Have you met with each of his teachers and his counselor or principal? I would do that as soon as possible. Once you have done that, get their school e-mail address and send them each an e-mail at least once a week asking for a progress report. As a teacher I can tell you that it is somnetimes difficult to remember to contact a parent weekly, but a weekly reminder makes it very easy to dash a quick note off.



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