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Anti-Harassment: Consistent with the Board’s Anti-Harassment Policies (1662, 3362, 4362, 5517), the Board has designated the following as its Anti-Harassment Compliance Officers:
Executive Director of Operations
2222 Marion- Mt. Gilead Road
Marion, OH 43302
The Compliance Officers will be available during regular school/work hours to discuss concerns related to unlawful harassment, to assist students, other members of the District community, and third parties who seek support or advice when informing another individual about “unwelcome” conduct, or to intercede informally on behalf of the individual in those instances where concerns have not resulted in the filing of a formal complaint and where all parties are in agreement to participate in an informal process.
Section 504/ ADA Prohibition Against Disability Discrimination in Employment
Consistent with the Board’s Section 504/ADA Prohibition Against Disability Discrimination in Employment Policies (1623, 2260.1, 3123, 4123) and the Board’s Section 504/ADA Prohibition Against Discrimination Based on Disability (2260.01), The Board has designated the following as its Section 504 Compliance Officer / ADA Coordinator:
Superintendent (or Designee)
2222 Marion Mt. Gilead Road
Marion, OH 43302
The District Compliance Officer is responsible for coordinating the District’s efforts to comply with and fulfill its responsibilities under Section 504 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended (“ADA”). A copy of Section 504 and the ADA, including copies of their implementing regulations, may be obtained from the District Compliance Officer.
The District Compliance Officer will oversee the investigation of any complaints of discrimination based on disability, which may be filed pursuant to the Board’s adopted internal complaint procedure, and will attempt to resolve such complaints. The Board will provide for the prompt and equitable resolution of complaints alleging violations of Section 504/ADA.
Nondiscrimination and Equal Educational Opportunity
Consistent with the Board’s Nondiscrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity Policies (1422, 3122, 4122) The Board Designates the following as its Compliance / Civil Rights Coordinator:
This person is responsible for coordinating the District’s efforts to comply with applicable Federal and State laws and regulations, including the District’s duty to address in a prompt and equitable manner any inquiries or complaints regarding discrimination, retaliation or denial of equal services.