Back to School: Student Information Survey

Back to School: Student Information Survey

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Back to School: Student Information Survey
This worksheet is called 'Back to School Worksheet: Student Information Survey' and it is also available for free at http://www.lauracandler.com/. The two-page printout is for students' parents/relatives to fill out with some essential detail a teacher would need to know about kids in their class: name (nickname), siblings, who the student lives with, pets, any details on religious background/holidays celebrated, medical information, any additional relevant info. The second page of the worksheet is a template for parent/guardian letter to the teacher suggesting to mention anything that would help the teacher to know the child better: 
 - Study habits and/or feelings about reading, math, or other subjects;
 - The child’s social skills and how they relate to other children or family members;
 - Situations at home that may influence learning (recent move, loss of pet, divorce, death of a family member or friend, new baby in the family, etc.)
 - Concerns or worries, etc.
You will definitely find the convenient and concise template helpful for collecting all the details on your new students!
This worksheet is called 'Back to School: Student Information Survey' and it is also available for free on http://www.lauracandler.com/. The two-page printout is for students' parents/relatives to fill out with some essential detail a teacher would need to know about kids in their class: name (nickname), siblings, who the student lives with, pets, any details on religious background/holidays celebrated, medical information, any additional relevant info. The second page of the worksheet is a template for parent/guardian letter to the teacher suggesting to mention anything that would help the teacher to know the child better: 
 - Study habits and/or feelings about reading, math, or other subjects;
 - The child’s social skills and how they relate to other children or family members;
 - Situations at home that may influence learning (recent move, loss of pet, divorce, death of a family member or friend, new baby in the family, etc.)
 - Concerns or worries, etc.
You will definitely find this convenient and concise template helpful for collecting all the details on your new students!