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How do I send a note or email to my child's teacher telling her that she shouldn't attempt to contact me again and I won't respond to any of her questions about my child's home life?

Call the Princpal and have you and your husband go in or you and another family member. I’ve done it. It did no good but you can try.As a parent in a wealthy school district where both parents often have advanced degrees, I found public school to be incredibly invasive. My son, who we didn’t know was very early onset schizophrenia was actually delayed in getting his diagnosis because the school district has a policy of never allowing teachers to fill out their half of the psych evaluation forms. We made it through Kindergarten with the first year teacher bringing in a Special Ed teacher for the December parent teacher conference. I asked why and the teacher told me my son didn’t know all his letter sounds. I started laughing and told her I didn’t know what planet she was on, but he went to three years of Montessori pre-school and knew all his letters and sounds at 3.5. In fact, he could actually READ! The teacher then proceeded to tell me “I probably ruined him” from ever learning to read correctly. I laughed and laughed, told her it wasn’t witchcraft, it was just phonics.By First Grade, (first year teacher again) they were getting much more invasive. I sent in the usual permission form saying that the school could contact son’s doctor for emergency purposes but school nurse lied and said they couldn’t find it. She sends a form home giving the school district permission to obtain my son’s medical records from his pediatrician AND any other doctor mentioned in her notes. As a doctor, there was no way I was giving them his private medical information. Why? For the same reason I wouldn’t give them my tax information. IT’S PRIVATE and none of their darn business. Son tests out for gifted program but they tell me they won’t put him in it even though they test him reading at a 5th grade level. (Remember it was me that taught him to read LOL) The final straw was the school counselor calling me on the phone and saying, “If you won’t tell me your son’s diagnosis from his psychiatric evaluation, I’m going to label him and stick him in Special School District.” I gave her my, “That’s so f ing hysterical crazy laugh” and laughed till I was in tears and gasping for air, which made her so pissed. When she demanded to know why I was laughing, I told her because I’m a doctor and that information is private, and if they wanted to participate in knowing his diagnosis, they should have filled out the form to help him be diagnosed correctly.Next day, personally took in his letter of withdrawal to homeschool him. NEVER in my life thought I’d homeschool, but schools and teachers are out of control. I don’t care what you think about how it’s your job to butt your nose in. It’s your job to teach reading, writing, and arithmetic, and nothing else. Turned out my children learned twice as much homeschooling as they ever would have in public school. Teachers get angry that people homeschool but every family I knew that homeschooled had horror stories about public school. The rate of homeschooling is doubling, I think it’s every seven years. My advice…Order the book, “The Well Trained Mind” from Amazon, then order the catalog from “Rainbow Resource Center” with both you can homeschool your child for an Ivy League Education and both of you will have more fun doing it. There’s a new path to Harvard and it’s not in a classroom

What do teachers really tell parents at parent/teacher conferences?

At five, my youngest daughter was very stubborn and protective of her self esteem and point of view. One school year, she violently cleared her principal's desk after being sent there to be punished. The next year she was sent to a special needs class. That was the year I visited her teacher for a scheduled evaluation.We sat on tiny chairs around a low table for a few minutes and she told me about the play the class had performed a few weeks earlier which was basically a soliloquy for my daughter with the rest of the class acting as a chorus repeating something like “No no no.” over and over during the pauses. She told me that my daughter was her classroom assistant and didn’t belong in that class with other children who had real issues. Some of them were still wearing diapers and others couldn’t form a sentence to express themselves.The next year, in a “normal” class, my daughter again had an altercation with her teacher this time and ended up back in special needs. For THAT meeting—trust me—they regaled me with details of my daughter's evil deeds.I let her sit out the year in that class and the next. But when I was told it was the intention of the administration to let her sit in a special needs class for the rest of her time in that school, my wife and I decided to put her into a fairly expensive school for the rest of her academic career. The conferences there were. . .a bit of give and take. She needed improvement here and there, excelled in other places. I remember tho she got pretty damn good marks in high-level math classes like calculus.Ultimately she graduated from CW Post college Magna Cum Laude and is gainfully employed has been doing work she loves, while working on her Masters.But don’t get into an argument with her about something she truly believes in.

What did your child’s teacher say that made your jaw drop?

Well, I have three but two were school counselors.First was Kindergarten teacher. Son went to Montessori school and was quite bright. In K he came to me the 3rd week of school, because one boy in class could read, and asked me to teach him how to read. At that time I wasn’t homeschooling but I explained how to say the sounds and they went together to make the words. After 3 weeks of practice the kid was AMAZING! Never taught him gh was silent or all the other English weirdisms. December teachers conference and several parents are waiting in the hallway. Special Ed teacher is there. I go into room and sit down and teacher introduces her to me “because son doesn’t know the sounds of his letters”. I bust out laughing and told her I didn’t know what planet she was on but he reads Dr. Seuss books to ME at night and he really reads. 22 year old first year teacher: “OMG you probably have ruined him for life.” ME: It’s not witchcraft. It’s just phonics.” ROTFLOL (He tested out reading at 5th grade level in early 1st grade testing)Second was counselor, same school. School was unbelievable control freaks and I wasn’t allowing it. District is #1 or 2 in state and most parents have both parents with advanced degrees, so it’s not the inner city. We had son evaluated at Children’s Hospital Psychiatry section, but school would not allow teacher to fill out the HALF of the questions they needed to help him. Counselor calls me, a doctor, and says “if I won’t tell her his diagnosis, she is going to label him and put him in Special School District.” I just laughed a hysterical laugh and couldn’t stop. It made her more and more angry LOL Told her I didn’t know WHO she thought she was, but his private medical information was NONE of her business. Next day I dropped off the note informing them I was removing him to homeschool him.Last was a high school counselor. different son had severe Bipolar and schizophrenia and was on meds that made him appear drunk in the evening, so drugged he’d slur words. Counselor was in an IEP meeting in front of 4 teachers and the school Principal. IEP Head was arguing son should be allowed to get his driver’s License and drive a car. We have significant resources and hubby is ready to retire. Anyone who knows Bipolar patients know they often become explosive and impulsive and make very bad choices. If he grabbed those keys after he took his meds, he’d likely kill someone. Being responsible people, we decide it’s not right to endanger others and he’s not going to drive. We tell Director of IEP section that we’ve been advised by our attorney to not let him have a license and drive (true) Counselor butts in and won’t let it go. She’s angry and wants to argue saying we’re not liable since he’s 18. I explain if he’s driving a car I own and an attorney finds out our address, I promise we will be sued and we didn’t want to spend 6 figures to defend ourselves at our age. She gets more upset and stands up and says, “Don’t YOU think WE KNOW better what (son’s name) can do BETTER THAN YOU DO?” Hubby and son get “the look” and slink in their chairs because I’m going to give it to her good. I tell her as she well knows I schooled him for 10 YEARS, so yes, I DO know his abilities better than they do, and as a doctor I know the realities of living with a bipolar and schizophrenic child MUCH better than she did. After meeting I stand up and head towards her. Like a 12 year old she says, “I don’t have to listen to this, turns her back and walks out.” Principle tries to tell me I have no right to tell counselor that her behavior was very bad form. I tell Principal she supposed to actually have a management degree and she damn well better get a grip on her employees behavior. Counselor contacts me afterward and addresses me by my first name. I write back and say that she may write me or talk to me but in all future discussions she was to call me by my title, “Dr”. Second son at school with same counselor comes home from school the day she gets email from me. He is laughing so hard he’s crying. tells me they called him into counseling office and said that counselor “wasn’t a good fit” for our family and they all had a new counselor……No more problems;)

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