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Guide to Solving Problems and Getting Answers Fast

The Dysart Unified School District has established procedures to effectively and efficiently respond to questions and suggestions from parents and community members. This guide is meant to serve as a resource for parents and community members to identify the district staff that would have the most information to provide answers to questions and concerns. If you have any questions or concerns related to the school district or your child’s progress, please do not hesitate to call. The Dysart Unified School District is here to meet the needs of all students, staff, parents and community members.
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Exceptional Student Services
 
Special Education:
Step 1 – Special Education/General Education Teacher;
                   if not resolved…   
Step 2 –School Psychologist;
                   if not resolved…
Step 3 – School Administrator; if not resolved…
Step 4 – Exceptional Student Services District Coordinator;
                   if not resolved…             
Step 5 -  Exceptional Student Services Director;
                   if not resolved... 
Step 6 – Assistant Superintendent; if not resolved…
Step 7 – Superintendent

Section 504:
Step 1 – General Education Classroom Teacher; if not resolved…
Step 2 – 504 School Site Team; if not resolved…
Step 3 – School Administrator/Site 504 Coordinator*; if not resolved…
Step 4 – Exceptional Student Services Director/District 504 Coordinator**; if not resolved…
Step 5 – Assistant Superintendent; if not resolved…
Step 6 – Superintendent
 
*Site 504 Coordinator - Building Principal or Principal Designee
**District 504 Coordinator - Clark Crace, Director of Exceptional Student Services