• Who to Contact When You Have a Question

    By encouraging proactive communication, we endeavor to increase collaboration and understanding, with the ultimate goal of supporting what best meets the student's needs while also balancing the needs of the school and the district.

    1: First Point of Contact

    Teachers, front office staff... start with whoever you think is closest to your question and would be the most appropriate jumping off point.

    For example, the teacher is the most appropriate person with whom to speak regarding a question about school progress, classroom behavior, curriculum, and the educational program.

    2: Principal at Your School

    Seek assistance from the school's principal if further guidance is needed.

    Depending on the situation, the principal may refer parents/guardians to a specific department or person.

    3: Academic Achievement & Programs Director

    If you have a school-level situation that was not resolved through the teacher or principal, please contact the MCS Academic Achievement and Programs department.

    Email Lynne Williams in the Academic Achievement and Programs department or call (678) 695-7268.