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Homework Communication System for Absences

$ 24.95
Both students and teachers benefit with this easy three-pronged system for sending physical homework assignments to absent students.
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  • There are many kinds of absences from school, from the single sick day where work can be made up on the following day to extended and planned absences that can mean a lot of prep work for teachers. This system covers it all.
  • When a teacher simply wants to cheer up an absent student, sending home a Feel Better Soon! postcard does the trick. This system includes 50 6" x 4" postcards that teachers can opt to personalize with a student's name. Blank reverse sides are easy to address or have the class sign.
  • While email and online assignments are often today’s default, for the many occasions when physical assignments and materials need to get to absent students, this system reduces the work a teacher must do.
  • When family members are swinging by school or homework is going home with another student, a Here’s The Latest sticky note is a quick way for teachers to jot down a brief explanation and ensure the right assignment gets to the right student in the busy front office. These 2 pads of 25 sheets each even have a quick check box to indicate how the packet is getting to the absent student.
  • When students must miss school for longer-term absences, both planned and unexpected, teachers can delve into assignments more specifically with the two 8 3/8" x 10 5/8" inch 25-page notepads. There’s ample space to write explanations by subject, note page and problem numbers, and include reminders about special upcoming school events.
  • While postcards, stickies, and notepads each serve a different homework communication circumstance, the consistent graphics tie this system together, making it easy for students, families, and office staff to recognize that homework communication is en route.
  • With this homework communication system for absences, teachers are ready for all sorts of absences, helping students to keep up with what’s happening in class.