- Send me an email! Save the paper and postage.
- Setup an electronic calendar that can be shared when appointments are made. Use Google calendar and shared events, or an Outlook calendar with meeting invites.
- If sharing the electronic calendar is too complicated, than trust that I will write down my appointment (or enter it into my electronic calendar) and you will also write down yours. We are all adults here (and this can be the first 'test' to see if my younger daughter comes from a family organized enough to be a part of their school).
I should remind myself that I spend most of my day in a happy technology bubble, and I shouldn't have such high expectations of the teachers at the school. I don't expect them to walk around with blackberries, communicate with other teachers via Yammer, and share their class information via Ning sites. But, maybe little baby steps....try to incorporate email a little more into your regular communication.
What if they find out that I'm criticizing them, and decide to keep my younger daughter from attending their preschool??
Something tells me they probably don't surf the blogosphere much, so my thoughts are safe...