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HANDLING REPORTS OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT OR HARASSMENT 

he Sexual Harassment Notification, Investigation, and Outcome letters are no longer required for allegations of sexual harassment.  The Title IX regulations have been revised as of August 14, 2020.  Call the Title IX Office for all allegations for sexual misconduct for next steps.

DEFINITIONS

  • Responsible Employee - Applies to ALL school employees. Anyone who is aware of ANY sexual misconduct or sexual harassment MUST report it to school administration.
  • Reporting Party - The person who has made the allegation against the Responding Party. For minor children, the parent often reports the incident and/or is acting on the child's behalf. In the past you may have heard or may hear the terms "complainant", "accusor", or "alleged victim" when referring to the Reporting Party.
  • Responding Party - The person about whom the allegation has been made. You may have heard or may hear the terms "respondent," "accused," or "alleged offender" when referring to the Reporting Party.
  • Third-party Reporter - Anyone who reports an incident who is not a a Reporting or Responding Party. This may be an adult or student on campus or the parent of another student.
  • Findings -Based on an unbiased, thorough investigation, and based on the prponderance of the evicence, your finding is whether the allegation was founded or unfounded, substantiated or unsubstantiated.
  • Preponderance of the Evidence - The standard of evidence to be used in making the finding. Also known as "What is more likely to have happened than not."

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