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 assistant.
PROTOCOL FOR REPORTING
Alleged acts of discrimination based on sex, including sexual harassment may be reported to a supervisor, campus principal or the Title IX coordinator.
NOTICE OF REPORT
Any District supervisor who creates a report of prohibited conduct shall immediately notify the Title IX Coordinator.
MEET WITH INVESTIGATOR
Investigator will take a detailed statement about what occurred. Investigator will determine whether the allegations, if proven, would constitute prohibited conduct as defined by this policy. If the allegations suggest prohibited conduct has occurred an investigation will be conducted immediately.
If appropriate, interim action may be take to prevent prohibited conduct during the course of an investigation which may include placing employee(s) on administrative leave while the investigation is occurring.
The investigation may consist of personal interviews with the person making the report, the person against whom the report is filed, and others with knowledge of the circumstances surrounding the allegations. The investigation may also include analysis of other information or documents related to the allegations.
SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATION
A summary of the investigation should be completed within ten business days from the date of the report. Additional time may be necessary to complete a thorough investigation. The summary will be provided to the Superintendent and should outline the complaint, policy violated, interim actions taken, individuals interviewed, other items analyzed, actions recommended and supporting documentation.