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The information says my childs school performance is below average. Can I receive more information about this? How can I help? Is there a reason his performance is low (too busy helping his family, doesn't enjoy school work, has a learning disability) ?
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Sarah Allan

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Good morning Sarah, 

We typically are only given the grade your child is in and a rank of how well they are preforming, which is basically what you already know. In situations like this, we would recommend that you reach out to your child in your next letter and just explain you would like to help if possible. You can provide encouragement and love for your child in a way that no one else can! :) We would of course recommend that you ask them how they are doing in school and if they feel like they have any set backs you can help with, rather than saying you know they are not doing well. This would be a great way to offer your assistance though and hopefully you will find out a little more about your child! Happy writing! :)

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