chain of command

In any organization there are always issues and problems that arise.  The best way to resolve those issues is to start at the level that created the issue.  We ask that if you have an issue or problem, that you follow the chain of command and try to get things resolved at the lowest or earliest level possible. For example, if the problem is with a teacher, your first contact should be with that teacher.  Most times that will resolve things.  If you are not satisfied at that level, then move up the chain to the assistant principal or principal, then the superintendent and only then should you contact a board member.  Each level will ask if you've contacted the lower level, and if not will send you back to that level. Your cooperation in following this chain of command is greatly appreciated, and will make the district operate more effectively and efficiently. Thank you.

See chart below.

USD 341 Chain of Command Chart