If I was meeting with Ingrid's grandmother I would first start off with the positive. I would let her grandmother know that she did a great job on her social studies, science and reading comprehension scores. We would talk about how these subject areas are where Ingrid really shines.
I would then address math concepts where Ingrid scored as average. I would discuss how she is preforming in the class in math concepts and let her know that we will work to keep Ingrid at this level as well as improve in this subject area.
We would then talk about spelling and math computation, where Ingrid tested at below average. I would let Ingrid's grandmother know what we will be doing in the classroom to help Ingrid improve those scores. We would also review how Ingrid was doing in my class with these concepts to make sure that she was not just having a problem with standardized testing. I would also suggest working an extra 15 minutes a day at home on these concepts. I would refer her to this website http://www.kidsspell.com/ where Ingrid could play games on the computer to help with her spelling. This would be a fun website for Ingrid to practice her math computation skills. http://www.coolmath4kids.com/ I would emphasize to Ingrid's grandmother to try to work practice in without overwhelming the student. I would let her know that I will be monitoring her progress and communicating with her regularly.