The Buckeye Career Center, in accordance with Title VI, Title IX, and Section 504 (to include discrimination and harassment) is an equal opportunity institution. Equal admission, educational, and employment opportunities are provided to all people regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion, military or socio-economic status. Alleged discrimination complaints may be directed to Frank Polen, Title VI & IX Coordinator at 330.339.2288 or 1.800.227.1665. Complaints regarding disabilities should be referred to Jay Davis, Section 504 Coordinator at 330.339.2288 or 1-800.227.1665.
Reporting and Investigation Procedure
Any student/employee/applicant who believes he/she has been the victim of harassment or discriminatory behavior by another student, teacher, administrator, school personnel, agent, volunteer or third party is to contact the immediate program supervisor and/or Title VI and IX Coordinator immediately to file a complaint. The Title VI and IX Coordinator will document the complaint and begin investigating. The investigation will be prompt and include an adequate, reliable, and impartial investigation, including the opportunity to present witnesses and evidence. Notice of the outcome will be given to parties involved.
Order of Appeal
If the issue is not resolved and/or the discrimination continues at this step, Jay Davis, Principal (High School) or Megan Zimmerman, Student Services Coordinator (Adult Education) should be contacted. If not resolved by the respective Administrator, the decision may be appealed to Frank Polen, the Title VI and IX Coordinator within five school days. If the issue is not resolved, the complainant should appeal the decision to the Superintendent.
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