PATHS Student Compliment List

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IMG_0388.JPGEvidence: This family letter and compliment list allows me to communicate with students' families to let them know that it was an important day in school for their child. Students who are chosen as the PATHs Student of the Day receive a list of compliments from his or her peers and help out the PATHS puppets for the day.

D2 Justification: This is an important form of communication that I have with the parents of my students. This parent letter informs the child's family of what their child was responsible for that day in school. It also shows parents all the wonderful ways their child is recognized in school by his or her peers. Students share compliments about appearance, actions, and skills. In addition, the letter encourages the family to become involved by adding their own compliments to their child's compliment list.

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