Notice of Nondiscrimination
The Greeneview Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, military status, ancestry, genetic information (collectively, "Protected Classes"), or any other legally protected category, in its programs and activities, including employment opportunities.
District Compliance Officer
The Greeneview Board of Education designates the following individual to serve as the District's "Compliance Officer" (also known as a "Civil Rights Coordinator"): Dr. Sabrina Woodruff.
The Compliance Officer 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 access.
Reports and Complaints of Unlawful Discrimination and Retaliation
Students and all other members of the School District community and third parties are encouraged to promptly report incidents of unlawful discrimination and/or retaliation to a teacher, administrator, supervisor, or other District official so that the Board may address the conduct. Any teacher, administrator, supervisor, or other District employee or official who receives such a complaint shall file it with the Compliance Officer at his/her first convenience.
Members of the School District community, which includes students or third parties, who believe they have been unlawfully discriminated/retaliated against are entitled to utilize the complaint process set forth in Board Policy 2260, which can be found here.
Initiating a complaint, whether formally or informally, will not adversely affect the complaining individual's employment or participation in educational or extracurricular programs. While there are no time limits for initiating complaints under this policy, individuals should make every effort to file a complaint as soon as possible after the conduct occurs while the fats are known and potential witnesses are available.
District Title IX Coordinator
Mr. Jacob George
Special Education Supervisor
4 S. Charlestown Road
Jamestown, OH 45335
(937) 675-2728 ext. 108
Title IX Training Documents
- Investigator Training Module
- Coordinator Training and Responsibilities Module
- Decision-Maker and Appeals Training Module
- Public School Works Staff Training Module
Bullying: investigations - 0; confirmed incidents - 0
Harassment: investigations - 1; confirmed incidents - 0
Bullying: investigations - 11; confirmed incidents - 0
Harassment: investigations - 6; confirmed incidents - 0
Bullying: investigations - 1; confirmed incidents - 1
Harassment: investigations - 6; confirmed incidents - 5
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guidance on anti-harassment, bullying, and intimidation policy
Homeless Family Rights
If your family lives in any of the following situations, you qualify as homeless under the McKinney-Vento Act and are entitled to certain rights and protections.
Homeless children and youth are defined as individuals who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence, and include those who meet any of the following criteria:
- share the housing of other persons due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or similar reason
- live in motels, hotels, trailer parks, or camping grounds due to a lack of alternative adequate accommodations
- live in emergency or transitional shelters
- are abandoned in hospitals
- are awaiting foster care placement
- have a primary night-time residence that is a public or private space not designed for or ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings
- live in a car, park, public space, abandoned building, substandard housing, bus or train station, or similar setting
Your school-aged, eligible children have the right to the following:
- to receive a free, appropriate public education
- to enroll in school immediately, even if lacking documents normally required for enrollment
- to enroll in school and attend classes while the school gathers necessary documents
- to enroll in the local school or to continue attending the student's school of origin, if that is your preference and is feasible
Homeless students will be provided services comparable to other students in the district including:
- transportation services
- educational services for which the homeless student meets eligibility criteria including services provided under Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act or similar state and local programs, educational programs for children with disabilities, and educational programs for students with limited English proficiency
- programs in vocational and technical education
- programs for gifted and talented students
- school nutrition programs
- before- and after-school programs, if provided by the district.
You can find the Greeneview Board of Education policy that defines and specifies District resources in regards to homeless students here. Please contact our Homeless Liaison, Dr. Sabrina Woodruff, here if you believe you qualify under these circumstances.