Parent Communication Process
We encourage families and staff to resolve problems collaboratively. Teamwork, and getting conflicts resolved in a timely manner, is very important to your child's education. Should you have a problem at your child's school, follow the steps outlined here.
It is very important to include your child's teacher in this process and document all contacts you have with personnel.
Step 1: Always start with the person with whom you have a concern
Step 2: If the problem or conflict is unresolved, it is essential that the school principal be included in the process of resolving your concern.
Step 3: If the issue cannot be resolved at the school site with the principal, you may address your concern or conflict with the Quality Assurance Office.
The district further prohibits sexual harassment to their school principal, vice principal, counselor, or teacher. Students who violate this policy shall be disciplined appropriately. This includes suspension or possible expulsion. Employees who violate this policy shall be disciplined according to personnel procedures. The district believes that it can resolve harassment issues at the school site. If not, students may contact the Title IX Coordinator at: