In any organization, clear and respectful communication is very important.
The Ave Maria Catholic Academy has developed this guideline for communication.
Your child's homeroom teacher is a professional who deserves courtesy and respect. The same courtesy and respect is to be reciprocated to parents and guardians. Each teacher is trained and dedicated to each individual student in their class, which makes them the focal point of your child's Catholic education. Therefore, as stated on page 9 section V in the AMCA handbook, it is important that all student issues should be addressed initially between the parents and guardians and the student's homeroom teacher.
If the issue remains open it should be brought to the next level, which would be for a consultation with the office of the Principal. As everyone's time is important, all appointment requests to the Principal are to be made through the office of the school secretary.
Upon completion of the Principal's consultation, if the issue remains open, a written letter can be submitted, via the school secretary's office, to the communication officer of the Board of Directors, Sister Filippa Anne Luciano, CSJ, who shall direct the letter to the appropriate venue for response.