The Education Committee President has said that they need to improve the way they communicate with teachers.
Deputy Matt Fallaize's comments come after a survey reveals teachers are concerned about the impact of the new two-school model.
The new model will see one school, Lisia School, operating across two sites at Les Beaucamps and St Sampson's.
Politicians hope that the £77.9 million project will be in place by 2023.
Members of Guernsey's National Education Union have said that they are afraid the current plans would not be fit for purpose and opportunities for students would be unequal across the colleges.
Now in a move hoping to win back dwindling support from school staff members of the Education Committee are visiting staff to discuss the new model.
Drop-in sessions are being held throughout the week so staff can have their say.