Title IXNon-Discrimination Policy
The Board of Education affirms its commitment to non-discrimination and recognizes its responsibility to provide for all District students and employees an environment that is free of sexual harassment, including sexual violence. Sexual harassment including sexual violence is a violation of law and stands in direct opposition to District policy. Therefore, the Board prohibits and condemns all forms of sexual harassment by employees, school volunteers, students, and non-employees such as contractors and vendors which occur on school grounds and at all school-sponsored events, programs and activities including those that take place at locations off school premises and in another state.
See Board Policies 6121 and/or 7551.
Members of the school community who experience or observe discrimination should immediately report their experience or observation to the District's Title IX Coordinator, Dr. Robert Duffy.
Dr. Robert Duffy
Title IX Coordinator
The Title IX Coordinator will meet with the complainant to explain the available options and processes and investigate the complaint.