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Classroom Visitions

Effective August 9, 2016

We are very pleased to have our school community visit the campus.

Parents and guardians are invited to visit our school.

We appreciate your support in the educational process of your child, but it is important to have your assistance in observing some guidelines for setting up a classroom visitation.                                                               

 

Setting Up the Visit

  • The parents or legal guardians are allowed to visit students and their classrooms.

  • We ask that you give 24 hour’s notice before your visit so that we can notify teachers.

  • Please contact the office at 566-3490 to schedule a visit.

 

The Visit

  • On the day of the visit, please stop in the front office to sign in.

  • It is important that any visitor to the campus signs in and receives a VISITOR’S PASS.

  • A principal’s designee may escort you to the classroom.

  • When you arrive at the classroom, the teacher will assist you with an assigned seat or area.

  • Visitors to the classrooms may NOT interrupt instruction in any way.

  • This is a visitation and NOT a conference.

  • You may set up a teacher conference through the front office or through our school counselor.

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After the Visit

  • After the visit, please return to the front office and return your visitor’s pass and sign out.

  • We hope that your visit is productive and informative.

  • If you have any concerns or questions, you are welcome to schedule an appointment with the teacher, the assistant principal or the principal.

TRUSD Board

AR 5020 - Parent/Guardian Rights

 

The rights of parents/guardians of district students include, but are not limited to, the following:

 

1. To observe, within a reasonable period of time after making the request, the classroom(s) in which their child is enrolled or for the purpose of selecting the school in which their child will  be enrolled (Education Code 51101)

 

Parents/guardians may observe instructional and other school activities that involve their child in accordance with Board policy and administrative regulations adopted to ensure the safety of students and staff, prevent undue interference with instruction or harassment of school staff, and provide reasonable accommodation to parents/guardians.

 

Upon written request by a parent/guardian, the Superintendent or designee shall arrange for parental observation of a class or activity in a reasonable time frame and in accordance with Board policy and administrative regulations. (Education Code 49091.10)

 

7. To have a school environment for their child that is safe and supportive of learning (Education Code 51101)

 

14. To be informed in advance about school rules, including disciplinary rules and procedures in accordance with Education Code 48980, attendance policies, dress codes and procedures for visiting the school (Education Code 51101)