Title IX Non-Discrimination
Title IX and Non-Discrimination Notice
Destinations Career Academy of Oregon does not discriminate on the basis of a protected class including but not limited to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, or disability in the programs or activities which it operates or the employment therein or admission thereto. Destinations strictly adheres to all non-discrimination and anti-harassment laws and does not tolerate acts of harassment.
Destinations is committed to providing a safe environment in which students can learn. Destinations shall maintain a nondiscriminatory environment protecting students from discrimination and harassment. Destinations encourages students, parents, and staff to work together to prevent acts of harassment of any kind including bullying.
Harassment of students and staff members is prohibited at all academic, extracurricular, and school sponsored activities. Destinations prohibits harassment in the school environment, whether or not the harassment initially occurred off school grounds or outside Destinations' education programs or activities. The school environment includes school facilities, Class Connect sessions, and school-sponsored activities (such as extracurricular events or field trips).
Title IX Coordinator
Under federal law, any school receiving federal money is required to have a policy against sexual discrimination and notify employees, students, and parents of this policy. The following Cascade Virtual Academy’s policies can be found in the ORDCA Board Policy Manual at: https://policy.osba.org/insight/index.asp
- Grievance Procedure [PDF]
- Title IX Complaint Form [PDF]
- Title IX Regulations
- Title IX Training [PDF]
- Webinar: Sexual Harassment in Oregon K-12 Schools, Part 1: The New Title IX Regulations
- Webinar: Sexual Harassment in Oregon K-12 Schools, Part 2: Getting People, Policy, and Processes
- Transgender Student Guidance [PDF]