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  • ​​​​​​​A Parent's Guide to Critical Incidents

​One of the most fundamental responsibilities of the school system is to ensure the safety of everyone at school, and school districts have a Duty of Care for those attending school.  This short guide is intended to assist parents in understanding the terminology and planning around emergency situations and their aftermath in the school setting. While every effort is made to have accurate and up-to-date information, please be aware that no guide can cover every possibility or the nuances that may occur between different scenarios.
​Click here for information about: A Parent's Guide to Critical Incidents

Click here for information about: Safer Schools Together: Threat Assessment Protocol - Fair Notice​

  • ​​​​​A Parent's Guide to Student Services in Mission Public Schools

​Mission is proud to be a diverse community and our schools reflect this diversity. All students should be actively engaged in their learning environments. Mission Public Schools is committed to providing the best support possible for children.  This is a quick guide to help parents understand their role in their child's education.
Click here for information about: β€‹A Parent's Guide to Student Services - Information Booklet
  • ​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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