The Corvallis School District is committed to providing a positive and productive learning and working environment. Students, parents/guardians, staff, and members of the public with concerns and complaints are encouraged to use our Public Complaint Procedure (Policy KL) to seek resolution.
Any student, parent/guardian, staff member, or member of the public may formally present a complaint. Individuals who wish to express a concern or share a complaint regarding instructional practices or resources, harassment, discipline, or discrimination should begin at the school level first. If discussing concerns with the classroom teacher, building principal/assistant principal, or your supervisor does not resolve the issue, individuals should access the school district’s Formal Complaint Process.
For assistance with this process, please contact the Assistant Superintendent’s office at 541-766-4857.
If you need interpretation services, please contact Marcianne Rivero Koetje or call 541-757-5811.
Looking to report a bias incident?
A bias incident is a person’s hostile expression toward another person, relating to the other person’s perceived race, color, religion, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, or national origin. Bias incidents may include derogatory language or behavior. Click here to learn more about reporting a bias incident.
Formal Complaint Process
- Individual with complaint completes the Complaint Form below
- The complaint is received by the Assistant Superintendent’s office where it will be categorized and referred to the appropriate respondent for investigation and response. Click here to view the Complaint Types
- The Assistant Superintendent’s office will contact the individual filing the complaint to confirm the following: the type of complaint, who will be responding to the complaint, and when a response is expected.
- The respondent will investigate and prepare a response.
All complaints submitted through this process are NOT anonymous.
If you are a student wanting to report an incident anonymously, please visit SafeOregon at www.safeoregon.com. SafeOregon is a program created for Oregon students, parents, school staff, and community members to report and respond to student safety threats. All tips go immediately to a tip line technician 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Tips are promptly analyzed and forwarded to designated personnel who can provide further assistance in resolving reported incidents.
All fields are required. Please see Board Policy KL for details about the complaint review process.