SCHOOL AND PARENT E-MAIL COMMUNICATION
The Greeneview Board of Education encourages parents to participate in any and all forms of communication that will enhance their child's potential for success in school. Email can be an appropriate vehicle for quick, uncomplicated messages to teachers or administrators when time and/or confidentiality are not critical factors. E-mail is not an appropriate communication tool when a parent requires an immediate response or when the requested response would be highly sensitive and/or complex in nature.
While the Board encourages the use of e-mail and respects the privacy of all users, the Board cautions that due to the nature of the technology involved, and the public character of the Board's business, e-mail may be less private than users may anticipate or desire. Consequently, The Board cannot guarantee the confidentiality of e-mail communication.
Should a parent wish to engage in e-mail communication with his/her child's teacher, the Board requires that the parent review the waiver set forth below and return it to his/her child's teacher. Upon return of a signed waiver, the child's teacher will send a non-substantive e-mail message seeking verification of the specified e-mail address and confirming the parent as a recipient. Upon receipt of a response from the parent, the teacher will be authorized to respond to e-mail requests from the identified address.
Go to Parent Media Permission Form on District Forms page