I've discussed a few times how much math makes my brain hurt. You can read about that here.
Because I have so much math baggage, and the last place I want to be is at an interactive math website, here was the response I sent her:
Dear Amazing Math Teacher,
I hope you had a FABULOUS summer!
I just wanted to communicate that I take great offense at being called a "geometry parent". You can call me a "hot mama" (which would be weird), a "domestic goddess" (only when the house is perfectly clean and dinner is in the oven which is, like, never) or even a "crazy loon" (probably the most appropriate) but to be called a "geometry parent" is just, well, insane.
If ever, at any time, I gave you the impression that our daughter's remarkable math ability came from any of my genetics, I truly apologize. The only traits she has inherited from me is that she uses her hands expressively while speaking, and she keeps a tidy room. She can also make a mean chocolate chip cookie, but I think that has more to do with her grandmother than me.
By calling me a "geometry parent" I hope that you don't expect me to do anything more than nod and smile at her if she brings up the words, "angle, protractor, compass, proof, or co-tangent" (Mountain Man had to explain to me what that last one was and all I heard was , "blah blah blah" for five minutes at which point I finally just ran from the room.)
In addition, I would like to thank you for the information about the website so we can check our daughter's progress reports. I was very interested in the ability to set preferences on my child's account. However, instead of a "send me an email if my kid is missing an assignment" preference, I would like to see a "send me an email when there is free chocolate cake in the school cafeteria for all parents of brilliant, sweet, kind and wonderful children." I would find that much more beneficial, and I would even be willing to bring my own fork.
Please feel free to forward this suggestion to the principal, the website administrator and the cafeteria lady, of course.