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Formal Complaint Procedures

Any citizen or parent has the right to formally complain about an employee, a policy, and/or a procedure.

The Board and MUSD employees strive to create a safe learning environment where every student is a valued member of our school community.  When a student feels s/he is not able to learn because another person is harassing, intimidating, or bullying him/her,  it is important that s/he informs an adult both at home and at school so that the problem  can be resolved.  There are several Board policies and administrative regulations  that address complaints regarding bullying, harassment, and sexual harassment.  The  Uniform Complaint Procedures provides the framework and timelines for investigating  any of these types of complaints.  These procedures and policies are found in the MUSD  Student Parent Handbook as well as several locations on our MUSD website (MUSD  Board Policies, Bullying, Procedures and Policies, school home pages).  These resources  are assembled here as well.  Please do not hesitate to talk with your school’s principal or  the Title IX Coordinator if you need help in addressing a complaint that you or your child  may have.

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(Click on the appropriate Administrative Regulations that are listed on the right to find out the protocol for filing your complaint with the District).

AR 1312.1 Formal Complaint Procedures Concerning Personnel

AR 1312.2 Formal Complaint Procedures Concerning Policies and/or Procedures

AR 1312.4 Williams Uniform Complaint Procedures relating to
- instructional materials
- teacher vacancy or misassignment
- facilities
- CAHSEE intensive instruction and services

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Title IX Coordinators

Sexual Harassment/Battery
Cheryl Jordan, Assistant Superintendent, HR
1331 E. Calaveras Blvd., Building 100
Student Programs
Amy Sanidad, Coordinator, Student Services
1331 E. Calaveras Blvd., Building 200