When we come home, we are tired and want to sleep, or we have home works, or we just go out with friends.so the people that maybe know us better than anyone even our parents, sometimes) are the teachers, the people that we see, talk, laugh and even dislike every day.The teacher is usually calling to describe some unacceptable behavior or report a child’s tack of progress and her concern that a learning problem may exist.This kind of contact usually puts a parent on the defensive, and communication can be hampered.In your teen's world, getting "asked out" may mean cementing an exclusive relationship after weeks of "talking" online, texting, or Facebooking.Teenagers still flirt, date, and fall in love - but with a whole new set of rules.Thankfully, God is still stronger than the world, and He wants to protect your teen in the midst of temptation.Good news: Your teenager can maintain healthy, God-honoring relationships. You have the power to redefine dating for your teenager, using strategies that can help you and your teen to navigate relational waters.
However, during the first week of school, the teacher probably knows very little about your child.
A phone call, a note, or, best of all, an initial face-to-face meeting is best.
A good time to contact your child’s teacher is during the first week of school.
So students have to have respect to the teachers and teachers have to have toleration to students for good relationship between them.
School is the place where we spend most of our day.