• When in Doubt - Who to Contact
     
    If you have questions pertaining to the school district or about your child's work, please do not hesitate to call. We encourage any and all -questions from parents and residents concerning the school program, transportation, budget, etc. In an attempt to respond to your questions and suggestions, it is important to contact the individual person who is responsible for the various areas of the school operation. He or she has the most detailed information about his/her area of responsibility.

    Medical Concerns
    Step 1 -Building Nurse
    Step 2 -Lynn Moretz, Head Nurse/Coordinator
    Step 3 -Building Principal
    Step 4 -Mary Mandel, Asst Superintendent for Business Affairs
    Step 5 -Robert Nole, Superintendent

    School Difficulty.
    Step 1 -Classroom Teacher/Guidance Counselor, Social Worker/Psychologist
    Step 2 -Building Principal
    Step 3 -Allen Hyde, Asst Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction
    Step 4 -Robert Nole, Superintendent

    Transportation (pickup route problems)
    Step 1 -Peter Gagliano, Director of Transportation
    Step 2 -Mary Mandel, Asst Superintendent for Business Affairs
    Step 3 -Robert Nole, Superintendent

    Transportation (eg.student picking on another)
    Step 1 -Bus Driver
    Step 2 -Peter Gagliano, Director of Transportation
    Step 3 -Building Principal
    Step 4 -Mary Mandel, Asst Superintendent for Business
    Step 5 -Robert Nole, Superintendent

    Budget Concerns
    Step 1 -Mary Mandel, Asst Superintendent for Business Affairs
    Step 2 -Robert Nole, Superintendent

    Special Education,
    Step 1 -Special Education Teacher
    Step 2 -Building Principal
    Step 3 -Pamela Smoulcey, Director of Student Services/Special Education
    Step 4 -Allen Hyde, Asst Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction
    Step 5 -Robert Nole, Superintendent

    Delta Program
    Step 1 -Delta Teacher
    Step 2 -Tina Klar, Director
    Step 3 -Building Principal
    Step 4 -Allen Hyde, Asst Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction
    Step 5 -Robert Nole, Superintendent

    Curriculum (Course) Concerns,
    Step 1 -Classroom Teacher/Guid Counselor, Social Worker/Psychologist
    Step 2 -Building Principal
    Step 3 -Allen Hyde, Asst Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction
    Step 4 -Robert Nole, Superintendent

    Athletic Communications/Concerns
    Step 1 -Coach
    Step 2 -John Banek, Director of Athletics, Health and Safe Schools
    Step 3 -Building Principal
    Step 4 -Robert Nole, Superintendent

    Technology Concerns
    Step 1 -Building Technology Coordinator
    Step 2 -IT Web Help Desk (District Website- Quick Links)
    Step 3 -Marc Araujo, Network Manager
    Step 4 -Ryan Shedd, Network Administrator
    Step 5 -CJ Amarosa, MIS Director


    Building Use Request

    (scheduling events in school facilities)Step 1 -Individual Building Offices (Principal)
    Step 2 -Mary Mandel, Asst Superintendent for Business Affairs

    It is important to follow this step-by-step procedure in order to solve problems. An appeal to the Board of Education may be sought on any of the above issues after all the appropriate steps have been exhausted. It is the primary responsibility of the Board to set policy for the school district. The Superintendent and his administrative staff are legally empowered to administer the school district and put into operation the policies and decisions of the Board of Education.