Quoting lolajessup:" That's not ok. My rule as a teacher and in life in general is to start with a positive, give the negative, ... [snip!] ... I would talk to her about it. Just say you feel like he's not doing anything right and make her feel like a bitch haha"
Quoting .Sam.:" Write her a note and let her know that you don't want to know how your son is doing anymore. It's not her fault that he's not doing great, at least she's trying and keeping you informed."
Quoting Radame N Angela Robles:" I was honestly planning on writing back her and saying " is there anything rite he's doing?" I'm ... [snip!] ... of all the negative info. I know my son is doing good i see the improvment at home he's even starting to read small books."
Quoting Destinite:" Take it as contructive criticism & work with your child on the things she mentioned. Even if her deilvery isn't the best, the message is still the same & she's asking for you to work with him."
Quoting Radame N Angela Robles:" This! and i do and I've been working really hard with him and i make sure that when there isn't something ... [snip!] ... feed back.. the other issue is he is split custody, so what ive worked so hard on get earased when he goes with his father."
Quoting .Sam.:" It seems like he's shutting down and behaving badly when he gets to school though. Have you considered ... [snip!] ... good at home but not in a classroom? Everyone learns differently and it's possible that his needs aren't being met at school."
Quoting Destinite:" That's tough on kiddos. Just keep doing what you are doing & I agree with the other Mamas about speaking with the teacher face to face. Good luck & hang in there!"