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What to do if you have concerns...

We understand that it can be confusing to know whom to contact for a discussion on particular issues. Parents and community members are encouraged to address their questions or concerns to the person or office most directly involved. If a matter is not resolved please follow the guidance below for next steps:
School Level

A child’s teacher should be the initial point of contact when parents/guardians have a question or concern about specific issues such as student performance, discipline or school activities. Directory

The designated school administrator would be the appropriate person to contact initially when a question or concern exists relative to school policies or procedures. The principal is also the first person of contact prior to initiating contact with District Personnel. Find an Administrator

A child’s coach should be the initial point of contact when parents/guardians have a question or concern about specific issues related directly to the sport or team. If parents have athletic questions or concerns that cannot be answered by a coach and/or they have contacted the coach and are not satisfied, the Athletic Director would be the next point of contact.
 

Designated School Staff to Receive Hazing, Harassment and Bullying Complaints Annually, each Supervisory Union must designate two or more people at each school to receive complaints of Hazing, Harassment and Bullying.
Designated personnel are listed in the student handbook, and on the school’s website.


District Level
Parents and community members should contact a teacher and/or principal prior to initiating contact with District Personnel.

The Food Service Manager should be contacted for any questions related to our school lunch program or other food service matters.

The Director of Curriculum and Instruction should be contacted when parents have questions about instructional practices, education materials, curriculum, ELL and student performance data, that cannot be resolved at the individual school level.

The Data & Assessment Coordinator should be contacted when parents have questions regarding local, state and district assessments such as the STAR, SBAC’s, and student performance data, that cannot be resolved at the individual school level.
 
The Director of Student Services should be contacted for questions pertaining to all special education services and Federal programs.

The Direct of Facilities should be contacted for questions about buildings and grounds, operations and facilities.

Human Resources should be the initial point of contact with questions related to employee health insurance, personnel matters, employment opportunities.

The Business Manager should be the initial point of contact with questions related to District finances, purchasing practices, other matters related to budget, and facility rentals.

The Technology Supervisor can respond to inquiries related to the District’s network and systems.

The Transportation Coordinator should be contacted for questions about District transportation services.

The District Superintendent’s Office should be contacted initially to report any safety concerns within the District or with questions about District policies or procedures and their application, or Board of Trustee business.
  • District Superintendent’s Office - 802-893-5302
    Superintendent – Amy Rex
    arex@mymtsd-vt.org