Dispute Resolution

While both staff and parents approach program development for special education students with their best interests in mind, sometimes differences of opinion occur. Parents who have questions or concerns about their student should take their concerns first to the special education teacher, general education teacher and/or school therapist who works with their student. If the questions or concerns are not answered at that level, parents have a series of people to whom they can turn for help. The following list is guidance as to the order of individuals you may contact for support with your questions or concerns.
 
 
  1. Start with the student's special education and/or general education teacher.
  2. If questions or concerns are not met, contact the school principal.
  3. If questions or concerns are not met, contact the Special Education Director.
  4. If questions or concerns are not met, contact the Executive Director of Student Services.
  5. If questions or concerns are not met, contact the Assistant Superintendent.
  6. If questions or concerns are not met, contact the Superintendent.
  7. If questions or concerns are not met, visit the OSPI Dispute Resolution page.
 
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