Judge's Table

General Complaints

Pursuant to Policy KE, whenever a complaint is made directly to the Board as a whole or to a Board member as an individual, it will be referred to the school administration for study and resolution, if possible.

If resolution of a problem cannot be accomplished at the building level, either the complainant or the principal may refer the matter to the Superintendent for review using Form KE-E.

The Board will consider hearing citizen complaints when they have not been resolved by the administration. Matters referred to the Board as a whole must be in writing, should clearly identify the problem, and specifically state the desired action. The Board will not consider or act on complaints that have not been explored at the appropriate administrative level.

Pursuant to Regulation KE-R, if a member of the community has a complaint, the following procedures are intended to assist in its resolution:

(1) If the matter relates to a student, and it is appropriate, talk with the student's teacher. If the matter remains unresolved, talk with the school administrator.

(2) If resolution of a problem cannot be accomplished at the building level, either party may refer the matter to the Superintendent for review.

(3) When a complaint is made directly to the Board as a whole or to a Board member as an individual, it will be referred to the school administration for study and resolution, if possible.