Governance

Grievance Procedure

Step 1: If the complaint involves a situation in the classroom, parents should seek to resolve the issue with the Classroom Teacher ​in a manner that is not disruptive to the learning environment via email or a scheduled meeting. Please be sure to have all the facts.

Step 2: If a resolution with the classroom faculty is not possible, or if the complaint is with a school-wide policy or procedure:
a. the parent should seek to resolve the issue with the Assistant Principal or Principal via email or a scheduled meeting.
b. Contact the School Representatives.

Step 3: If resolution is not possible with any of the parties above, parents should contact Matt Gunderson, Chief Academic Officer,  gundersonm@platoacademy.net and provide details of the grievance.

Step 4: If after Step 3 the matter is still unresolved, you can contact the Plato Academy Chairman of the Board of Directors.

The mission of the Plato Academy Charter Schools is to assist students in achieving their full potential by requiring and nurturing high academic and behavioral standards in a safe, supporting, challenging, and enthusiastic environment, providing a well-rounded K-8 education fortified by a study of the Greek language and culture, and fostered by a commitment and cooperative effort among the school, students, parents, and community: our family.

The vision of Plato Academy Charter Schools is to progress as a family in which all are teachers and learners and are empowered and encouraged to exceed expectations, resulting in successful graduates ready to advance into their next stage of life, equipped with a well-rounded K-8 education fortified by the study of the Greek language and culture, and excited about continuing to achieve their full potential.

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