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Sexual battery is defined as a student intentionally making physical contact with the intimate parts of the body of another person without the consent of that person. Intimate body parts include the primary genital area, anus, groin, inner thighs, buttocks or breasts. No student shall commit any act of sexual battery on school property, school buses, or at school-sponsored events. Behaviors that implicate Title IX regulations will be referred to the Office of Equal Opportunity Services (EOS). See Harassment/Sexual for other Violations.

Asterisk (*) Indicates Additional Required action for any Consequence to ensure Student Due Process

Required actions for ALL infractions listed below:

  • Staff/Student Contact in Student Information System
  • Administrative/Parent Contact/Conference
  • Copy of the Referral provided to Parent/Guardian
Consequences For Battery, Sexual
Type of Battery, SexualConsequences –
Any Occurrence
  • Referral to EOS*
  • This infraction requires a police report with the appropriate charge.*
  • Consequences determined after outcome of investigation
  • If charges substantiated - Up to Expulsion Hearing

Updated as of August 17, 2023