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Thank you for taking the time to discuss your concerns and frustrations with me. Your son jumped more than one full grade level from his starting point but he still did not quite get up to his grade level. We had hoped that your son would continue with his math instruction but we are glad that he has started reading instruction with us.
Please know that my instructors and I are fully committed to your son's academic growth and success.
Thank you for your comments and thank you for discussing your concerns with me earlier this evening. To recap, we discussed how you'll work with Center Director Tobin to better navigate the MySylvan website, which reports your grandchild's current and past Sylvan Learning instruction details as well as provides links to resources that you can use at home to supplement your grandchild's instruction with us. We also discussed the Progress Conferences I have with parents/grandparents after every 12 hours of classes. The Conferences give me an opportunity: 1) to learn more about your academic goals for your student; 2) to discuss in detail your student's past, current, and future instruction; and 3) to address any concerns you might have. Finally, I always end the Progress Conferences by asking that you not wait for these every-12-class conferences especially if there is a problem or concern, that I am always available live, by phone, and by email. I look forward to our first Conference in early July.
Thank you very much for your comments. We encourage enthusiasm and excited sharing of ideas and observations among our students as they create their robots. Such idea sharing and working with a partner to together build a robot are key components of our small-group instruction model. But, as we discussed, there were times when the brothers were overly enthusiastic and their behavior distracted your daughter. Distracted or not, your daughter completed all six of her projects and was clearly pleased with her creations as she discussed them with you at the end of each class.
As we also discussed, your daughter's quiet demeanor in no way restrains her inner strength and assertiveness, which she demonstrated in her interactions with the brothers.
Again, thank you for your frank feedback. Finally I'm very pleased that you are considering one of our academic programs for your daughter. We look forward to working with your daughter again.