Student and Family Support Services
Strong school and family partnerships are critical to students' academic, personal, and social success. The student and family support services team serves the needs of students, parents, schools, and communities by providing resources and supports to help students navigate behavioral, social, and emotional issues and stay on track to graduate.
By supporting the social, emotional, behavioral, and academic needs of our students and their families, our young people gain the tools they need to thrive within their educational journeys and beyond.
- Appealing a suspension
- Voicing a concern about a school issue
- Student and Family Guide to Success
- Homeless Education
- Student Opportunity Fairs
- Parent involvement at school
If the out of school suspension is ten days or less:
- Within five school days of the suspension, the student's parent or guardian may request, in writing, a hearing by the Site Suspension Review Committee. The decision of this committee is final.
If the out of school suspension is 11 days or more:
- Within five school days from the date of suspension, the student's parent or guardian may request, in writing, a hearing with the site suspension review committee.
- If the parent or guardian is not satisfied with the decision, a request for further hearing by the superintendent or designee may be made within five days of the site committee's decision. We will schedule these hearings as soon as possible.
- If the parent or guardian is not satisfied with the decision of the superintendent or designee, they can request an appeal to a hearing officer.
Decisions for alternative placements are not appealable. Please contact Renee Weygandt at 918-746-6457 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on suspension appeals.
If you have concerns about issues happening at your child's school, we encourage you to speak directly with your child's teacher. If you are unable to resolve the concern through this conversation, you should then speak to you child's school leaders. If you have not been able to reach a resolution after speaking with your child's teacher and school leaders, please contact Dee Hendrix at 918-746-6287 or email@example.com.
If your family is currently homeless, please contact us for assistance with school enrollment and transportation. We can help with uniforms and school supplies as well as referrals for medical, dental, housing and other services.
Student Opportunity Fairs are opportunities for families and students to get assistance with FAFSA paperwork and enrollment for Tulsa Technology Center, the Tulsa Achieves program at Tulsa Community College, and Oklahoma's Promise. Please check back at the beginning of 2019 for the 2018-19 Student Opportunity Fair dates.
Each of our schools has a parent involvement facilitator who works to help parents connect with community resources and get involved at school. For more information, please contact LaTina Busby at 918-746-6372 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good attendance builds a strong foundation for academic excellence, healthy life skills, and personal responsibility.