So my senior daughter asked 2 teachers for rec letters. Her primary letter will come from a junior year science teacher and the second letter is coming from her sophomore year math teacher, who my daughter really clicked with. This math teacher did something kind of surprising and sent my daughter a copy of her rec letter. The letter was really quite lovely talking about my daughter's personal qualities in a very glowing way. However, the letter said nothing about what class she taught my daughter and didn't say anything about her mathematical abilities even though it was an honor level class and my daughter got an A. In fact you wouldn't even know this was a math teacher until she signs her name and department name. It's just such a strange letter in that way in that it's positively glowing in terms of my daughter being a leader, having a wonderful caring personality, and being very motivated but nothing at all about her performance in regards to math.
Of course my daughter doesn't feel comfortable in any way questioning this teacher but I am considering reaching out to the guidance counselor if the guidance counselor can point this out to the teacher that she failed to say what class she even taught my daughter. Unless there's some kind of form that goes with the letter that we didn't see??
I also don't want to get this teacher in any type of trouble if she wasnt supposed to share the letter with my daughter, which my guess is she's not. And for that reason I'm hesitant to even share this concern with the guidance counselor.
Any advice?? Thank you!