What is Title IX?
Title IX (Title 9) Law states no person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. Title IX is enforced through the Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights. Title IX covers and includes the following: prohibition of sex discrimination, harassment, athletics, employment, pregnant students, and recruitment, admission, and programs.
Our district is required to respond in a manner that is not deliberately indifferent when there is actual knowledge of sexual harassment occurring within our educational program or activity.
The Title IX Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the districts compliance with Title IX, including training, review district policies and procedures, grievance procedures for resolving complaints, and staying informed of current legal and judicial decisions related to Title IX. The Title IX Coordinator's primary responsibility is initiating the process once a complaint is received. If you or your child would like to submit a complaint, Title IX complaints may be pursued in several ways:
- Report an incident to a school district employee, Principal, or the Title IX coordinator listed below.
- Send an email directly to the Title IX coordinator.
- If you want to file an anonymous compliant, click then complete and submit the Title IX complaint form.