Behavior Charts ~ Help!

Hey guys! I hope you are enjoying your summer, I know that I am! I’ve been pondering some things, and I’ve decided to turn to my blog friends for help!

At my school, each student has an agenda to be used as communication between home and school. I also use a take home folder, and I have a weekly behavior chart that the children color each day and it is also sent back and forth to school for a week. Well, after 4 years, I’m thinking of changing the way I send it home.

Changing to what? Good question, because I have no idea!

I know that some teachers just write into the agenda, and put some kind of a happy or sad face. My question to you is, how do you communicate with the parents the students’ behavior for the day? Is something sent home daily, or do you just write in the agenda or stamp, etc.?

Help!!!!

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