Title IX Information

Last Updated: 9/17/2020 2:46 PM

 

It is the policy of the Board of Education to maintain an education and work environment that is free from all forms of unlawful harassment, including sexual harassment. This commitment applies to all School District operations, programs, and activities. All students, administrators, teachers, staff, and all other school personnel share responsibility for avoiding, discouraging, and reporting any form of unlawful harassment. This policy applies to unlawful conduct occurring on school property, or at another location if such conduct occurs during an activity sponsored by the Board.

 

The Board will vigorously enforce its prohibition against discriminatory harassment based on race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation and transgender identity), disability, age, religion, ancestry, or genetic information (collectively, "Protected Classes") that are protected by Federal civil rights laws, and encourages those within the School District community as well as third parties, who feel aggrieved to seek assistance to rectify such problems. The Board will investigate all allegations of harassment and in those cases where unlawful harassment is substantiated, the Board will take immediate steps to end the harassment, prevent its reoccurrence, and remedy its effects. Individuals who are found to have engaged in unlawful harassment will be subject to appropriate disciplinary action.

The following staff members are in charge of investigating any Title IX complaints:

 

Title IX Coordinator - Chloe Thompson

Investigators - Michelle Lavey and Bob Daugherty

Decision maker(s) - Matt Triplett and Joe Hurst (appeals)

 


Training Materials:
Title IX Level 1 Civil Rights and Title IX Training
Title IX Level 2 Investigator Training
Title IX Level 2 Report Writing For Investigators & Decision-Makers
Title IX Level 2 Coordinator Training & Responsibilities
Title IX Level 2 Decision-Maker and Appeals Training
 

 

 

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