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1 To Send or Not To Send

2 "We will be starting a unit on Simple Machines next 6-weeks. Your child will be looking for examples of simple machines around the house.” To: Parent From:

3 Staff using to correspond with parents and students must use only the division system to receive or send . DO NOT SEND

4 "We will be starting a unit on Simple Machines next 6-weeks. Your child will be looking for examples of simple machines around the house.” To: Parent From:

5 It is fine to use to share general information about class activities, curriculum, homework, tests, and special events. SEND

6 To: Parent From: “Your son and Johnny Smith got into a fight today at school. Johnny has been acting out every since his parents separated so I imagine he instigated the fight.”

7 DO NOT SEND Any discussion of another student or teacher is inappropriate.

8 To: Parent From: "I just wanted to let you know that Susie has been handing in homework every day since our conference."

9 SEND may be used for follow-up on an issue that has previously been discussed.

10 "I need to speak with you about your child's attendance. Please call the school to schedule an appointment " To: Parent From:

11 You may use to arrange for a meeting or telephone call regarding a student issue. A general description of the issue may be included. SEND

12 To: Parent From: “I’m concerned that your son failed the last three tests and was not at school again today.”

13 DO NOT SEND should not include specifics about a sensitive student issue which was not initiated by the parent or had not previously been discussed with the parent.

14 To: Parent From: “i wanted to let u know how well your child is doing. i haven’t had to disciplin him this week at all. ru sure its really him. lol”

15 DO NOT SEND messages to parents should be consistent with professional practices for other correspondence. This includes grammar, format and salutation.

16 To: Parent From: “I know Ms. Smith gives a lot of homework, but your son still needs to do the work that I assign.”

17 DO NOT SEND Any discussion of another student or teacher is inappropriate.

18 To: From: "Our class is doing a special project on recycling and we invite you to bring in your aluminum and plastics for one week.”

19 SEND School lists are set up to facilitate communication among professional and should be used for educational purposes.

20 To: From: “My husband has just started a plumbing business and would like to offer a special discount of 10% to Harrisonburg teachers.”

21 DO NOT SEND Division may not be used for commercial purposes. This includes non-profit fundraising.

22 Fwd: From: “This is a great story. Pass it on to 10 other people and you will have good luck.”

23 DO NOT SEND Do not use school lists to forward stories, jokes, or mass s. These lists are intended to be used for educational purposes.


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