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Dear Jordan Parent/Guardian Community:

We have many opportunities to work together regarding the well-being of your student at Jordan. The transition from elementary to middle school can be quite dramatic, and as students become more socially and academically independent, there can be growing pains for students, as well as parents. At times, parents are unsure how to approach teachers regarding concerns. With the help and support of the Jordan PTA, our teachers have developed these email templates as starting points for our communication. We aim to provide support for clear and constructive conversation about student needs. We look forward to working with you.

Sincerely,

Valerie Royaltey-Quandt, Principal


 
Administrators


English 

Math  
Needs more support
 
Math
Test Taking
 
Library
 
Social Studies


Social Studies
Recommendation 
  
 
Science 

6th Grade 
 
Special Ed 
 
Electives 

 
Music   
 
P.E.
 
Drama 
 

For the relevant section from our Education Code:

Concerns raised by parents/guardians about school district personnel should be resolved as quickly as possible. Therefore, parents or guardians of students in the PAUSD are urged to discuss their concerns directly with the employee(s) in question when concerns surface.

If the concern is not resolved with the employee(s) at this first level, the parent/guardian should then put the concern in writing and direct it to the employee's immediate supervisor, the principals at the elementary school, the instructional supervisor and/or the principal at the secondary level. The immediate supervisor shall give a copy of the document to the employee(s) and shall review the concern with the employee(s) to attempt a resolution of the matter. If the concern is not put into writing at this stage (second level), the district will be unable to respond.

If the concern is put into writing, the supervisor shall respond in writing within ten (10) working days of receipt of the document. The response shall be directed to the employee(s), the parent/guardian and, at the secondary level, the principal, and shall state the proposed resolution.

If the recommended resolution is deemed unsatisfactory, the parent/guardian may request that the matter (including initial document and the supervisor's response) be forwarded to the Superintendent or his/her designee. This request must also be in writing. The Superintendent or his/her designee shall respond in writing with his/her resolution of the concern within twenty (20) working days after receipt of the written request (and documentation).

Appeals of the Superintendent's decision may be made to the Board of Education.

Education Code, Section 351610.5
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