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Feedback to the District (Complaints)

The Davis Joint Unified School District personnel are dedicated to delivering high quality educational services to all students and also to providing parents/guardians with the information they need to support their child’s progress and achievement in school.

In the interest of supporting the best possible outcomes for all our students, the District encourages parents/guardians to communicate the successes of their child to school site faculty and administration.  Knowing what is working well helps keep programs strong.

In the alternative if parents/guardians perceive an issue to be interfering with their child’s success in school, the parent/guardian should work directly with the site administrator for rapid resolution of the issue.  If the issue cannot be resolved at the school site level, a formal complaint may be filed with the Student Support Services Department at the District Office. Formal complaint forms are available at each school site and on the Student Support Services website.