I had a question the other day about one of my daughter's classes. She wasn't much help in answering my question, and then I remembered I kept a copy of all of her class syllabus documents, just in case.
Good thing. My question was answered, and her teacher's contact information was also right there on the page, which encouraged me to call her anytime. So I did.
Of course, you may never need the class syllabus after you've read it through at the beginning of the year, but it's not a bad idea to keep those handy documents around, in case you need them. In fact, it's probably a good idea to keep a copy for yourself, and one for your tween.
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