COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE PUBLIC
The Board of Education regards education as a cooperative effort involving the schools, parents and the community. Accordingly, school personnel are encouraged to make every effort to communicate and cooperate with parents and the community.
We also urge parents to share with our staff any concerns or problems that might affect students' progress.
Information about the schools shall be provided to the public and media accurately and consistently. Administrative regulations will be developed to guide this process.
Litchfield Board of Education
Policy Adopted: April 12, 1983
Policy Reviewed: October 1, 1998
Policy Revised: November 19, 2008