The information on this page is a brief summary. For additional guidance, please review Policy 103: Complaints - Students, Employees, Parents, Other People.
Sharing concerns and feedback
As a district committed to individualized attention and personal relationships, offering a high-quality customer service experience is an essential part of our mission.
We recognize, however, that at times we may not meet all of your expectations. We welcome your feedback and encourage you to let us know if you have concerns.
Share your concerns with the person most directly involved (i.e. classroom teacher, coach/activity advisor, etc.). Many times a concern is a result of misinformation or a misunderstanding and can be solved at the classroom or building level.
If after that meeting there is still an issue, bring your concerns to the building principal or appropriate supervisor.
If an issue remains, you may direct your concerns to the superintendent or administrative designee.
If there is still an issue after speaking with the superintendent/designee, you may submit your concern in writing, and then submit them to the school board during an open forum.
Our district is committed to continuous improvement, and we are always seeking to enhance the experience for our students, families, staff, and community members. We value your feedback. Comments can be sent to email@example.com
Reporting suspicious activities or concerning behaviors
If you see something, say something. All students, caregivers and staff can feel comfortable coming forward if they believe someone is troubled or acting in a way that seems unsafe or unhealthy. If you overhear something, notice strange behaviors, or see a concerning post on social media - please tell a school principal or staff member, or report it online by clicking the See Something, Say Something button on your school or district website.