• Who do you contact for what?

    You should call the school if you have concerns about your child. The people you communicate with will depend on the situation and activity.

    Academics

    If you have concerns about issues such as: your child's academic performance/progress, questions about the curriculum or how it is being taught in class, please observe the following contact protocol:

    1st contact - Teacher

    2nd contact - Guidance Counselor

    3rd contact - Asst. Principal

    4th contact - Principal

    Behavior

    If you have concerns about issues such as: possible bullying or harassment of your child at school, the way that your child's teacher relates to him/her; your child does not seem to be fitting in or has few or no friends; your child often appears to be depressed, unhappy or is very stressed, please observe the following contact protocol.:

    1st contact - Teacher/Guidance Counselor

    2nd contact - School Psychologist/Social Worker

    3rd contact - Asst. Principal

    4th contact - Principal

    Athletic & Extra-curricular Activities

    If you would like to get your child involved in after school activities, have questions about an extra-curricular activity, want information regarding the “cut” policy, or would like to know why your child was “cut” from an athletic team; please observe the following contact protocol:

    1st contact - Coach/Club Advisor

    2nd contact - Athletic Director/ Chairperson

    3rd contact - Asst. Principal

    4th contact – Principal

    Contact

    Chain

    Academics

    Behavior

    Activities

    1st Contact

    Teacher

    Teacher/

    Guidance Counselor

    Coach/Club Advisor

    2nd Contact

    Guidance Counselor

    School Psychologist/

    Social Worker

    Director/ Chairperson

    3rd Contact

    Asst. Principal

    4th Contact

    Principal

    5th Contact

    Asst. Superintendent

    6th Contact

    Superintendent

    7th Contact

    Board of Education

    Final

    Comm. of Education

Last Modified on November 13, 2012