Important things to consider....
If you feel that you need additional support, please contact the school administration so that we can support you and work toward a solution
Charter School Complaint Notice - Please read this form and determine if your concern fits within the scope of the purpose of this form. As a charter school, we are able to meet with parents and resolve most conflicts through traditional means of communication. We would encourage you to work through conflicts and concerns by addressing them with your child's teacher, child's counselor and then the school administration. This form is primarily regarding the enrollment and disenrollment of students from a school that are not in alignment with State charter school policies. The Charter School Complaint Notice is sent to Fresno Unified School District who hold the charter for our school but do not have direct oversight of our campus, our policies, or our procedures. Most issues can be best resolved by meeting with our administrative team.
Uniform Complaint Procedures - If you feel the school has violated FEDERAL and STATE LAWS, you may file a complaint via this form. It is our duty to notify you of your rights and how you can file a complaint if you feel those rights have been denied. A UCP complaint is often filed for school's that are not compliant with Federal and State programs (Compensatory Education, Consolidated Categorical Aid, Every Student Succeeds Act, Foster Care/Homeless Youth, LCAP, PE Instructional Minutes, Pupil Fees, School Plans for Student Achievement, and School Safety Plans) and have denied educational access and services to such programs through unlawful discrimination. Please carefully read this policy prior to submitting a Uniform Complaint form. And again, please contact the school administration and set up an appointment so that we can work collaboratively to find resolutions for problems together.
Title IX - Title IX is a federal law that was passed in 1972 to ensure that students and employees in educational settings are treated equally and fairly, with a right to learn and work in an environment that is free from unlawful discrimination. It prohibits discrimination, harassment, exclusion, denial, limitation, or separation on the basis of actual or perceived sex, sexual orientation, gender, or gender identity or expression. This form is intended for students and employees that have been denied their right to learn and work due to unlawful discrimination. It is NOT a federal law that addresses common teen conflicts that can be addressed through traditional school conflict resolution and disciplinary processes. Please carefully read this policy prior to submitting a Title IX complaint. And again, please contact the school administration and set up an appointment so that we can work collaboratively to find resolutions for problems together.
Title IX Complaint Form - To be completed after reviewing the Title IX policy above.