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Title IX/Annual Public Notice of Non-Discrimination

Nondiscrimination


Teton County School District is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in relation to age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability. This policy governs all matters concerning staff, students, educational programs and services, and individuals with whom the School District does business. The notice shall include a reference to the person and the address and telephone number of the staff member designated to coordinate civil rights compliance. For purposes of this School District, that person shall be the Superintendent or Title IX/Civil Rights Coordinator Charlotte Reynolds creynolds@tcsd.org or titleixcoordinator@tcsd.org at 307-733-2704 or PO Box 568, Jackson WY 83001

Click here to view our Annual Notice of nondiscrimination

Policies
The TCSD Discrimination policies are available here: Discrimination Policies
Procedures to file a report of harassment or bullying on the basis of race or ethnicity, national origin, gender or gender identify, sexual orientation, religion, disability, national origin or age are available here: Regulations 

How to File a Report

Submit a discrimination/harassment report to Charlotte Reynolds, TCSD Civil Rights Coordinator

The flowchart linked here describes the process of filing a discrimination report and the process followed by the school district. 

The Anti-discrimination Protocol and Guidance for Students, Families and Employees is available here. This document provides a detailed overview of how to report an incident of alleged discrimination and harassment, the investigative process and response and repair and options to appeal a school district decision.  Discrimination definitions are also provided. 

About Safe2TellWyoming

See it, Report it, Stop it.
 Safe2Tell Wyoming is designed to help students, parents and other concerned parties confidentially report any threatening behavior that endangers you, your friends, your family, or your community. Safe2Tell Wyoming should be used to report: bullying, stealing, threats, fights, drugs, alcohol, weapons, sexual misconduct, harassment, stalking, dating violence, cutting, suicidal behaviors or any other violent or dangerous situations that threaten their safety or the safety of others. It is for the purpose of prevention and intervention, to help keep students safe and healthy.

How To Report Threatening Behavior

Safe2Tell Wyoming offers three ways to anonymously and confidentially report threatening behavior that endangers you, your friends, your family or your community:

BY PHONE844-996-7233 (844-WYO-SAFE(this is a toll free number)

ONLINEAnonymous reports can be made on the web by clicking here.

BY APP: Confidential reports may be made by using the Safe2Tell Wyoming app available on the Apple Store and in Google Play.

Title IX

Policies

The TCSD Title IX policies are available here: TCSD Title IX Policies
Procedures to file a report of harassment, sexual harassment, bullying or other Title IX complaints are available here: Complaint Procedures

How to File a Title IX Report
TCSD uses the same forms and reporting process to report all types of discrimination incidents, including harassment, bullying or discrimination on the basis of sex.   

Submit a discrimination/harassment report to Charlotte Reynolds, TCSD Civil Rights Coordinator

The flowchart linked here describes the process of filing a discrimination report and the process followed by the school district. 

The Anti-discrimination Protocol and Guidance for Students, Families and Employees is available here. This document provides a detailed overview of how to report an incident of alleged discrimination and harassment, the investigative process and response and repair and options to appeal a school district decision.  Discrimination definitions are also provided. 

Trainings

TCSD provides training for all staff annually. For the 2023-2024 school year, TCSD worked with equity consultants, WestEd to provide anti-discrimination training for all employees who work directly with and students.
Administrator trainings occurred on August 9, 10, 23, September 1, October 11 and December 13
Non-administrator training occurred on September 1
Student training is provided at each school throughout the school year.

For more information about these trainings and the contents reviewed, please contact Charlotte Reynolds, Civil Rights Coordinator at 307.733.2704 or creynolds@tcsd.org. TCSD provided anti-discrimination training through Public School Works for all other employee groups.

Below is a listing of trainings conducted prior to the 2023-2024 School Year

The McGrath Response System, provides a comprehensive approach to harassment, discrimination and bullying awareness, intake, and investigation, with an emphasis on procedures and skills that are legally fit and educationally sound. Our ultimate goal is to give you the knowledge and practical tools you need to create safer and more effective K-12 learning environments. This course has been updated to be fully compliant with the new Title IX regulations.

The 10-hour course will be administered through Canvas and includes a combination of text, video, graphics, and assessments. To achieve your course completion certification you need to complete each of the required course learning modules and assessments.

By 8/27: Complete the course introduction and the section on Legal Liability
By 9/10: Complete the module on Level 1
By 9/17: Complete the module on Level 2
By 9/24: Complete the module on Level 3

Administrator, Counselor, Social Worker and Psychologist training: November 19, 2021 with Adrian Croke, Community Safety Network and Jody Sanborn, Wyoming DVSA.  Review of Title IX for K-12 schools and overview of case studies

Administrator, Counselor, Social Worker and Psychologist training: January 13, 2021 with Charlotte Reynolds and AJ Swentosky.  Review of scenarios and completion of Title IX forms

Title IX and Sexual Harassment Training, Tracy Coppenhaver and Kelley Pearson, January 20, 2021.  The Coordinator Presentation, The Investigation Presentation, The Decision Presentation, Video 1, Video 2

ATIXA Trainings for Investigators- February 2, 9, 16 and 23, 2021 

ATIXA Trainings for Decision Makers- February 4, 2021 

ATIXA Trainings for Coordinators- April 1, 8, 15 and 22, 2021 

How to Conduct Civil Rights Investigations
Administrator and Director Training provided by Western Educational Equity Assistance Center.  Trainer Barry Gomberg, J.D.
Training Materials posted with permission from trainer.  Use of these training materials must be approved by trainer.