Opportunity for Discussion

If you want to fight on your child’s behalf for something that goes against school board policy, the answer is going to be no 100 percent of the time. But if you’re advocating a better process that impacts your child and could benefit other students, there is more opportunity for discussion. Remember that the focus should be on the student, and come with a good attitude, good documentation, and credible reasons about why a policy that impacts your child needs to be discussed. We do our best to meet the needs of all our students, and while there are limits to what we can do, you will be heard. –Dave Maffei

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