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Meetings to Discuss Concerns can be requested by either the parents or the coach.
Students must always attend meetings to discuss concerns regarding their progress.
Meetings to Discuss Concerns are structured very similarly to End-of-Semester Wrap-Up Meetings or Progress Review Meetings.
Coaches should avoid engaging in time-consuming email exchanges with parents to discuss student concerns.
Which of the following primary categories make up most Meetings to Discuss Concerns? (Check all that apply)
Like End-of-Semester Wrap-Up Meetings or Progress Review Meetings, the first question the coach asks at Meetings to Discuss Concerns is for the student to share their grades in each subject.
Meetings with parents that are scheduled to discuss urgent matters or involve the emotional well-being of the student can usually be done without the formality of stating the purpose of the meeting and the meeting’s duration.