Who to Speak To
If you need help with an issue at your child’s charter school, please use this page for guidance and speak with the appropriate people in your school or charter school network.
You can find contacts at your charter school or network by using the Find a School application or searching for their website.
1. Start with Your Teacher
- Ask about your child’s academics progress and grades.
- Discuss behavioral, social, and emotional concerns.
- Familiarize yourself with the schools policies, guidelines, and materials
2. Speak with your charter school’s parent staff member
- If you can’t resolve a concern with your child’s teacher.
- To learn more about school services and programs.
- To request translation and interpretation services.
3. Meet with your Principal or Assistant Principal
- If you can’t resolve your concern with your charter school’s parent staff member and have already talked to the teacher.
- Call the school to make an appointment to speak with the principal or assistant principal.
4. Discuss your concern with the charter school board
- If you can’t resolve your concern with the school leadership, you can bring your concern to the school’s board. Each charter school is governed by an independent Board of Trustees.
- All charter schools must provide a pathway to bring questions and concerns to the Board upon request.
- This may be in the form of attending a Board meeting, submitting a letter, or some other format.
5. File a formal complaint
Parents have the right to file complaints about matters affecting a child’s education if you cannot resolve the issue at your school or district.