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07. Complaints About School Rules

Student complaints may be heard and acted upon at two levels. At the first level, a student may file a complaint with the principal concerning a school rule or regulation as it applies to the student. The complaint shall be in writing, filed within 20 days following the application of the rule or regulation and must specify the basis for the complaint. The principal shall investigate the complaint and inform the student of the resolution within 10 days after the complaint is filed. The written complaint shall contain specific details regarding the incident or school rule being protested. After completing the requirements for level one, the student may appeal the principal’s decision to the superintendent at level two. The decision of the superintendent is final. Additional information about filing and/or pursuing a complaint may be obtained from the principal.