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Bullying, Harassment, Safety, Suicide Prevention & Title IX

For help with bullying, safety, or suicide concerns:

SAFE & HEALTHY SCHOOLS COORDINATOR

Kerry Ickleberry is the district’s Safe and Healthy Schools coordinator and handles its anti-bullying program. Her office is at the high school at 1700 SE Hillcrest Dr.

Kerry Ickleberry
Ms. Kerry Ickleberry
Safe and Healthy Schools Coordinator
Bartlesville High School
918-336-3311 ext. 6196
IckleberryKG@bps-ok.org

Say Something

Report Bullying When It Happens


Bartlesville Student Crime Stoppers:

This confidential service is available to all students, parents, teachers, neighbors, and anyone concerned about the safety of their local school. You can call 918-336-CLUE, submit a tip to the web site www.bcrimestoppers.com, or you can submit your information by using the app P3tips. Please mention which school is involved. You will be completely anonymous and will receive information back from the app.

For help with harassment or gender access issues:

TITLE IX COORDINATOR

Dr. Stephanie Curtis, the district's Director of Personnel & Federal Programs, is also the district's Title IX coordinator who handles harassment and discrimination issues. Her office is at the Education Service Center at 1100 SW Jennings Ave.

Dr. Stephanie Curtis Dr. Stephanie Curtis
Director of Personnel & Federal Programs; Title IX Coordinator
Education Service Center
918-336-8600 ext. 1028
CurtisSA@bps-ok.org

What is Title IX?

Title IX  of the Education Amendments of 1972 states:

No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.

Scope of Title IX

Title IX applies to institutions that receive federal financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Education, including state and local educational agencies. Educational programs and activities that receive those funds must operate in a nondiscriminatory manner. Some key issue areas in which recipients have Title IX obligations are: recruitment, admissions, and counseling; financial assistance; athletics; sex-based harassment; treatment of pregnant and parenting students; discipline; single-sex education; and employment. Also, a recipient may not retaliate against any person for opposing an unlawful educational practice or policy, or who has made charges, testified or participated in any complaint action under Title IX.

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District Webmaster,
Jun 19, 2015, 11:00 AM