Issues, Questions, or Concerns
1. The Teacher
The first person to resolve any concerns that you might have with a course, its contents, or how a class is structured is the classroom teacher. Parents can request a phone call, email, or in-person meeting. Most issues are successfully resolved at this point, especially when the concern is brought to the teacher quickly. If a resolution is not reached, the next person to discuss your concerns with is the Assistant Principal or Principal.
2. The Assistant Principal and Principal
As the instructional leaders, the Assistant Principal and Principal are responsible for setting the tone for discipline and instruction. If you have suggestions or concerns about discipline or instruction, the Assistant Principal, or the Principal, can coordinate and facilitate meetings between the students, the parents, and teachers. If a resolution is not reached, the next person to discuss your concerns with is the Principal's supervisor.
3. District Office
When a concern cannot be resolved at the school level, the next step is to contact the principal’s supervisor.