I have one student (1st grade) who is almost always in trouble, every day. I'm working with him, he has lots of accommodations, and parents/admin are supportive -- we all pretty much agree that he's socially immature and is lacking self-control. The thing is, I have found myself writing a LOT of detailed emails to parents the past few months. I'm afraid to leave out details, because I want them to understand why I gave him whatever consequence, and the parents have been helpful in talking with him at home. His behavior usually improves a bit the day after I email home. Is this OK? Would you be overwhelmed as a parent? Personally, I'm feeling overwhelmed just writing long emails all the time... but if it's for the best, I will continue. Would a simple behavior chart be OK, with notes such as "went to office"/"avoided classwork"/etc.?