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NSFS shutterstock bullying parent helping My Child Won't Tell Me What's Going  On Even if your child won’t talk with YOU about being bullied, the important thing is that he feels he has a safe place to go to talk about it.   Know the 11 warning signs your child may be a victim of bullying. Whether it’s an aunt, uncle, grandparent, teacher, coach, family friend, or social worker, make sure your child feels safe talking to someone. If your child does tell you about the bullying, don’t assume that your child has done something to cause it. It may not make sense to you, but at this point it doesn’t matter why it’s happening, it just matters that it is indeed happening.

top-wrapperPlan Your Conference "Must Discuss" Topics Parent-teacher conferences offer a short time for you to meet with your child's teacher.  It's a time for you to know how your child is doing- what successes she is having and where she may be struggling.ShutterstockParent Teacher Conference Before the Conference 1) Sign up for conferences early!  If you have limited available times to meet, this will enable you to schedule during your most-preferred times. 2) Know what you want to know about your child.  Make a list of what you want to know about how your child is doing.  Do you know how he is performing in core subjects?