Ms. Browning delivers an e-mail to the e-mail address of your choice each day. This e-mail describes what went on that day, homework due, and any concerns. I try to provide helpful hints, links, and upcoming dates to remember. This also allows the parent/guardian to reply with any questions or concerns. This takes the place of a newsletter. My parents have found that it is more useful to receive an e-mail every afternoon by 3:30 than to get a newsletter once a week. They have stated this e-mail allowed them to become more involved in their students learning and everyday classroom experiences. It allowed them to have meaningful conversations with their child.