Questions, Comments and ConcernsOverviewDerry Township School District believes effective collaboration among home, community, and school is essential. The district encourages all constituents - parents and guardians, community members, and local businesses - to communicate with us regarding district operations.When a question or concern occurs, the first step is to communicate at the local school level or with the appropriate department. Inquiries initially directed to school board members or district office administration will be referred to the local level.Specific Questions/Concerns About Your ChildIf you would like to ask a question or share a concern about your child, speak to your child's teacher first. If need be, additional contact can then be made with the appropriate administrator. General Inquiries, Comments or ConcernsGeneral questions about district programs, thoughts about district operations or positive feedback can be submitted by an online constituent contact form. The Community Feedback Form is accessible by clicking the button to the right.
Our administration and school board work together as a team to create an extraordinary learning environment for every child, every day. Copies of submissions via the Community Feedback Form are automatically routed to the appropriate administrator for response with copies sent to the superintendent, top District Office administrators and each elected member of the Derry Township Board of School Directors This approach helps expedite response while simultaneously ensuring all those responsible for the various aspects school district governance are kept informed.
We are able to answer most basic inquiries within 2-3 business days; please notify the Director of School & Community Information if you have not receive a response within 5 business days.
Anonymous submissions or those made under a pseudonym cannot be addressed
Please Note: requests for records, official documents or other information covered by Pennsylvania’s Right to Know/Open Records Act should be submitted to the Open Records Officer via an official Right to know Request Form and NOT via the general contact form.