Compliance Officer Responsibilities-Student Areas
Monitor the implementation of non-discrimination procedures in the following student areas:
Curriculum and Materials– review of curriculum guides, textbooks & supplemental materials for discriminatory bias
Training- Provision of training for students and staff to identify and alleviate problems of discrimination
Student Access- Review of programs, activities and practices to ensure that all students have equal access and are not separated except where permissible by law/regulation
Compliance Officer Responsibilities– Employee Areas
Monitor the implementation of non-discrimination procedures in the following employee areas:
Development of position qualifications, job descriptions, and essential job functions
Recruitment materials and practices
Procedures for screening, interviewing, and hiring
Disciplinary actions, up to and including termination
If the investigation results in finding that the complaint is factual and constitutes a violation of this policy, the district shall take prompt corrective action to ensure that such conduct ceases and will not recur.
Disciplinary actions shall be consistent with the Student Code of Conduct, Avonworth Board of School Directors’ policies and district procedures, applicable collective bargaining agreements, and state and federal laws.
If the complainant is not satisfied with a finding of no violation of the policy or with the corrective action recommended in the investigation report, he/she may submit a written appeal to the Compliance Officer within 15 days.
The Compliance Officer shall review the investigation and investigation report and may also conduct a reasonable investigation.
The Compliance Officer shall prepare a written response to the appeal within 15 days. Copies of the response shall be provided to the complainant, the accused, and the building principal who conducted the original investigation.