What to do when you have Complaints and/or Concerns?
Step 1: Contact appropriate school staff
The most direct route to resolving a concern is for parents/guardians to first conference directly with the involved party (teacher, coach, etc.).
More than 95% of concerns are resolved by a conversation between those involved.
Step 2: Contact your school administrator
The building principal is responsible for the school's operations. Clarification of school policies and procedures can be explained. If necessary, conferences with involved parties can be arranged and a suitable solution can be reached.
Step 3: Contact Peninsula School District’s Educational Service Center (ESC)
If steps one and two have not resolved your concern, the District‘s Administrative office should be contacted.
Main Number 253.530.1000
Superintendent’s Executive Assistant: - Marilyn Wilson – 253.530.1002
Please use the forms provided to describe your specific type of concern. Try to include information regarding who, what, when, and where the incident(s) occurred.
Concerns reported on days when school is not in session will not be seen until the following school day. Although we try and respond in a timely manner, it could be several days or longer before staff is able to respond.
If your concern requires immediate attention, contact Peninsula School District Administration directly by calling 253.530.1000.
In the case of an emergency, call 911.