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    Default Write or type school notes?

    E-mail or handwritten in communication book here as well.

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    Hand written. DD had one day off last year and it took me ages figure out what to write, i was obviously good at school and never tried to forge a note.

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    Default Write or type school notes?

    Hand written every time

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    Default Write or type school notes?

    Hand write.

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    It depends. Handwritten if I'm in a hurry, but generally I email.

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    I have never "written a school note" lol

    I used to email the reception at his old school if he was going to be away...never been asked for more.

    Not sure on new school.

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    Handwritten or e-mailed. My ds's school has an 'absentee form' that must be completed & sent in when the student returns with the name, class & reason for absence with the dates of the absence. It makes it simple if it's for that. For other types of notes I usually hand write in his communication book that the teacher checks every day.

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    Always hand written.

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    If you can call scrawl 'handwritten', then yes, I hand write them.

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    Oh I forgot, we can also txt. The school sends a txt if the child is absent and you can reply to that...BUT I have noticed they dont do it every time which is weird. On the occasions they have txt me, I txt back.


 

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