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Grievance Procedures

If a parent develops a concern with the academic and/or behavioral progress of his child or his child’s progress under the supervision of a particular teacher, we ask that the parent take the initiative to attempt to solve his concerns through the following process:
1. Communicate concerns by phone conference, email, and/or personal conference with the classroom teacher (s).
2. Engage the student’s counselor and solicit his/her expertise and conferencing skills.
3. Engage the student’s grade level administrator if the above steps are not satisfactory to resolve the problem.
Below are common concerns and contact information:        
 
 
 
Concern
Contact
Grade
Teacher who issued grade
Detention
Teacher who issued detention
(Asst. Principal/Principal if concern remains)
Placement
Counseling at the beginning of the year, Teacher/Counseling at mid-year
Peer Problems
Counseling
(Asst. Principal/Principal if concern remains
New Student
Counseling
At-Risk Student
Counseling
Homework
Teacher
Homework requests due to illness of three or more days.
Counseling
Bus Discipline
Bus Driver/Assistant Principal
General Transportation
DCSS Transportation Department 678-676-6691
Teacher Complaint
Teacher (Assistant Principal if concern remains)
Medical
Clinic Worker/Attendance Office-678-676-7707
Tutoring
Homebound
Counseling
Trip Requests
Teacher
Program/Curriculum
Teacher, Department Chair, Assistant Principal, Counselor
Extra-Curricular Activities
Sponsor/Coach
Athletic Director
 
 
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