It is always desirable to resolve questions at their point of issue. Therefore, parents who have a question, concern, or complaint about their child’s school performance are encouraged to discuss the matter with their child’s classroom teacher as the first step toward resolution. Specifically, a conference should be arranged to review the details formally with the appropriate teacher.
If matters are not resolved at that point, the parent may appeal the situation to the building principal and on to the District’s Superintendent, if deemed necessary. Generally, matters are resolvable without appeal if the initial meeting can clarify the specific difficulty and what is expected of the child. This is usually done most effectively by meeting directly with the child’s teacher.
In addition, messages can be communicated to the classroom teacher by utilizing the school directory. This process can be done by dialing the school's main number and entering the teacher's extension number when directed. These extension numbers will be sent home to parents after the start of the school year.
Thank you for your cooperation in following this communication guideline.