Communicating With Your School
We are all Partners in Learning
Communication is the very foundation upon which success for your child is built. At Prince Charles, we believe it is very important that we have open and honest communication between home and school regularly. The following information outlines the appropriate steps for parents when dealing with school-related matters. The school district also has a page dedicated to School Communication, as well you can see the attached brochure with tips on communicating with your school.
Suggestions for Parents
- Step 1: Start with the person whose action has given rise to the concerns or problem. This is the person who can best address your concern.
- Step 2: If you need further assistance with your concern, your school's principal / vice-principal is there to help.
- Step 3: If you feel your concerns are not resolved, contact an Assistant Superintendent at 604-859-4891, ext.1233.
- Step 4: If a decision of a district administrator significantly affects the education, health or safety of a student, the student and/or parent may appeal in writing to the Board of Education.
If a concern is not addressed in a timely manner, or if the parent/ guardian is not satisfied with the handling of the concern, the parent/guardian may proceed to the next step.