Report a Concern
We want to hear from you and we appreciate knowing what we are doing well and what we can do better. If your family has a concern, here is our process to report and resolve concerns.
Step 1: Contact Your School
We believe most concerns can be resolved at the school level. Start with the person closest to the situation. For example, if you have a concern about your child' class, start by talking with your child's teacher. If the teacher cannot address your concern, please contact your school's principal.
Please visit our School Directory to find links to school websites, their staff directories and office phone numbers.
Step 2: Contact District Leaders
If your school's principal does not address your concern to your satisfaction, you may contact district leaders, such as:
- Dr. Mona Johnson, Executive Director of Wellness & Support
- Tom Edwards, Assistant Superintendent of Student Achievement
- Jennifer Farmer, Assistant Superintendent of Business & Operations
If your concern directly relates to district-level decisions, please consult our administrative directory. If you're not sure who to contact, please reach out to our district receptionist at 360-874-7000.
The Washington State Office of Education Ombudsman is also available to assist in resolution of complaints, disputes, and problems between families, students, and public schools in all areas that affect student learning. to help you resolve complaints, disputes, and problems between families, students, and public schools in all areas that affect student learning. Learn more about resources, tips, and ways to help your student succeed academically.