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Only after you've met with the teacher to discuss your concerns. It's best to approach most school-related problems from the bottom up. Like corporations and the military, schools follow a chain of command. If you have a problem with a policy or incident at school, talk with your child's teacher first to see if you can work out the problem together.
If you aren't satisfied, then arrange to speak with the next person in the hierarchy — and let the teacher know of your intention. You can invite her to attend the meeting. It's always best to be honest and diplomatic with everyone involved.