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    Default Long term subbing intro letter

    I'm going to be a long term sub beginning next month until the end of the year. I know I need to come up with an introduction letter to parents, but I am having a hard time coming up with ideas - any suggestions?

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    what is your background in the subject you are taking over for? A good start could be to get parents to confide in your ability to teach the subject matter.

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    When I started student teaching, I sent home a tri-fold brochure about myself. I explained where I went to school, discipline policy, expectations, etc. Hope this helps.

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    A short note with sections on things like:

    Name/Credentials

    Brief Teaching Philosophy (i.e. Children learn through play thus lessons should be hands-on.)

    How You Will Ensure Continuation of Child's Current Classroom Experience

    Contact Information for Further Questions

    Positive and Upbeat Closing
    Don't expect others to do for you what you are not willing to do for youself.

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