If you have a question or concern, we want to hear from you. However, to ensure efficiency and accuracy, it is important that the correct people within the District are contacted.
It is always best to initiate your conversation with the person, or at the level, most directly involved, and then move up from there. For instance, if you have a question or concern about something classroom-related, contact the teacher first. If it is not resolved, contact the building principal. For a building-related question or concern, go directly to the principal.
Questions of a district-wide nature can be directed to the appropriate department within the district. For instance, a bus schedule question or concern should go to the transportation department, or a question about the budget should be directed to the business office.
Questions or problems that cannot be answered/resolved at the building or department level should be referred to the superintendent’s office.
The superintendent of schools is responsible to the Board of Education for the management and supervision of the school system.
The Board of Education’s main areas of responsibility are to establish school policies; develop an annual budget for the public to vote upon; and approve or disapprove the superintendent’s recommendations regarding school matters and contracts.