What do I do if I have a concern about my child's educational program? What if I think they may need support?
STEP ONE: If you have a question or concern about your child's academic and/or social-emotional well-being at school, you should talk to the Classroom Teacher. The Classroom Teacher may consult with the Learning Specialist Teacher and/or the Principal. This may, for example, initiate testing for specific needs your child may require.
STEP TWO: If after talking to the Classroom or Learning Specialist Teacher you still have a concern, then you should speak with the Principal or Vice-Principal. If you still have a concern after speaking with the Principal or Vice-Principal, then you should call the Director of Instruction, Student Services at 604-826-6286.
In the rare circumstance where your concerns have not been adequately addressed, the Board of Education Policy Appeals Bylaw recognizes the right of a parent or student to appeal any decision of an employee of the Board which significantly affects the education, health or safety of the student.
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