What to Do If You Have Concerns About Your Child
If you are concerned about your child's academic progress, social adjustment or emotional health, here are the steps to follow to find support and help.
Step1: Talk with your child's teacher. She or he will help develop some immediate classroom strategies to address your concerns.
Step 2: If these strategies do not provide a resolution to your child's needs, contact your school principal and he or she will arrange a Student Success Team (SST) meeting.
Step 3: The SST will meet to discuss your child's needs and develop a plan to address the concern. This team includes you (the parent(s) or guardian) your child's teacher, school principal, and specialists that have expertise in the area(s) of concern.
Step 4: The SST will reconvene within a specified amount of time (usually 6 weeks) from the date of the first meeting to make recommendations and discuss next steps.