What's on your mind?
Open lines of communication between parents/guardians and school are absolutely essential for student success, and that communication should be as easy as possible.
To that end, if you have a question, concern, suggestion or request regarding your student and the education and/or special education services he/she receives in the School District of Clayton, please reach out.
#1 Communication regarding your student, should start with their team. Start by connecting with those closest to the issue; a teacher, therapist, or case manager. If after communicating with those team members you feel as though you have not been heard or the matter has not been resolved, keep communicating and follow the communication sequence. Communication Sequence and School District of Clayton Contacts 09_28_2020.
#2 Communication is also important when things are going well! Administrators, teachers, therapists, and staff, enjoy hearing about how both the big and small things can make an possitive impact on a student and their family.
Special School District (SSD) has an open invitation for families to let them know what’s going well, offer suggestions, submit concerns or make general comments. Visit SSD's Let’s Talk siteto share your thoughts.
#3 As a parent/guardian or community member, you may also want to reach out to PAC.ED! Our meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, during which a portion of the meeting is set aside for a "parent only" open comment/discussion of plus/deltas in the District.
If you have any questions, please contact PAC.ED President, Christina Blankenship at email@example.com.