NON-DISCRIMINATION AND ACCESSIBILITY NOTICE
CCSD does not knowingly discriminate against any person on the basis of race, creed/religion, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, disability, marital status or age, in admission or access to, treatment or employment in, or participation in its programs and activities, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts of America and other designated youth groups, pursuant to federal and state laws including, but not limited to, Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act, Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act.
CCSD is an equal opportunity employer. Inquiries regarding employment-related issues may be referred to CCSD’s Diversity, Affirmative Action Compliance, and Title IX coordinator who is located at 5100 W. Sahara Ave. and may be contacted at (702) 799-5087.
Employees who feel discriminated against should contact their immediate supervisor and/or the Diversity, Affirmative Action Compliance, and Title IX coordinator as the first step in initiating the district’s established complaint procedure.
Students, parents, and other program participants who feel discriminated against may initiate a complaint by contacting the building principal of the school in question. The building principal (or designee) is the primary contact person for concerns that arise at the school and on the school bus, including concerns of disability discrimination, including disability harassment. The designated school employee who is responsible to work with the school principal in resolving complaints concerning disability discrimination, including disability harassment, is the Chief Compliance Officer, Student Services Division. The designated school employee who is responsible to work with the school principal in resolving complaints about school bus transportation is the Director of Transportation. The building principal will work with the designated employee and respond to the inquiry within a reasonable period of time.
Concerns may also be addressed by completing the complaint/grievance process outlined in CCSD Regulation 1213.1 (public concern). This process allows one who believes they have been subjected to discrimination to put their concerns in writing to the building principal for review and resolution. The procedures also allow for an appeal of the determination.
CCSD is committed to nondiscrimination in its programs, activities and services, and to providing facility accessibility. Parents, students, staff, or other members of the public, who are seeking information or have questions about the existence and location of accessible services, activities, and facilities in the district, should contact the building principal with their inquiry and the building principal will respond to the inquiry within a reasonable period of time.
The building principal may, if necessary, refer the person to one or more of the following individuals, who will respond to the inquiry within a reasonable period of time:
Facilities Division, (702) 799-8710710
Employee or Public Access/Services Issues:
Diversity/Affirmation Action Compliance/Title IX Coordinator, (702) 799-5087
Department of Transportation Director, (702) 799-6890
Student Programs/Services Access:
Student Services Division, Chief Compliance Officer, (702) 799-1020
Student Athletics/Activities Access Including Title IX Issues:
Instructional Support/Student Activities, Executive Director of Athletics/Title IX Compliance Administrator, (702) 799-8493
If parents or members of the public have additional concerns or complaints regarding their accessibility inquiry, they also may initiate a formal review by completing a Public Concern Form and trigger the public concern process as outlined in public concern process as outlined in CCSD Regulation 1213.1.