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Title IX

Looking for a site Title IX coordinator? Call your school's main number and ask to speak with the principal.

What Is Title IX and What Does It Cover?

Title IX is a comprehensive federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally funded education program or activity. The principal objective of Title IX is to avoid the use of federal money to support sex discrimination in education programs and to provide individual citizens effective protection against those practices.

Title IX includes sexual harassment, sexual misconduct and sexual violence.  Any report of gender/sex discrimination made to an employee must be addressed in a timely manner by school administration or the supervisor and reported to the Title IX Director at the Office of Equal Opportunity Services.

Title IX Violations

Formal complaints of Title IX violations may be reported to the Office of Equal Opportunity Services.

Gender Identity

All students, regardless of gender identity, are entitled to a safe and respectful school environment.  Complaints of discrimination or harassment should be addressed in a timely manner by appropriate school personnel.

If you are a student (or parent/guardian of a student) who wants to assert a gender that differs from previous representations or records, please contact the school principal or counselor to request a Gender Support Plan meeting.  You may also contact the District Title IX Director if you have general questions or need assistance with the process.

Policies and Procedural Directives

More Information:

For more information, contact: Heather Cowan, Director of Title IX Programs, by phone at (505) 855-9831, or by email at .