Handwritten Letters

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Hi, when I received the first letter from my child it was his handwriting, however the second letter, someone else did it for him, I was just wondering why?
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Serene Erika Upod

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Shannon Massey, Employee

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Hi Serene, 

This is a great question! I see this second letter was written by "A child development officer in charge of Sponsor and Donor Relations". This just means that one of the tutors helped write this letter. This could be because your child was not feeling up to writing or did not have time to write, or just needed to have help in general. Some tutors also do not know the capability of the child if they may be new to the project or something like that. Most children do not start writing on their own until they are around 10ish so it may vary for you on who writes as he gets better at writing. :)

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