I understand the teachers have more children than I do, but I feel the days of teachers reaching out when you're child is struggline are long gone. For the last two years I have an intelligent child with all A's and B's, show signs of struggling. This year to the point that some D's and F's have come home on work. I have had to reach out to find out what's going on. And after I did, and received some advice (but no offer of help) from the teacher, I was even more concerned. Her answers were only for us at home...computer games and websites etc. What happened to teaching? I can only help my child to a certain degree. I did not go to school to teach and have a hard time trying to explain. The ONE thing she did offer to do to help seems more like punishment to him because he's called out and has to sit in the hallway, by himself, and read during recess? How is that helpful? Children have short attention spans...so instead of helping them, have them miss recess and sit by themselves and read? Makes no sense. I should have went with my gut instict prior to Kindergarten and signed up for Rosa Parks. I feel like the children are falling through the cracks here and the parents are expected to teach the kids where the teachers fail to and that the teachers place all responsibility on parents instead of forming a team to ensure kids progress as they should.