The District does not discriminate in any manner, including Title IX sexual harassment, in any District education program or activity. The District has established Title IX personnel to promptly respond to concerns and reports of sexual harassment and assault. All investigations into reports of sexual harassment and assault will be impartial, free of bias and conflicts, and will not prejudge the facts for either side. The District strives to maintain an environment where all students, staff, and greater community feel safe.
Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs and activities.
For K-12 schools, the definition of a program or activity includes locations, events, or circumstances over which the school exercises substantial control over both the respondent (individual committing the alleged act) and the context in which the sexual harassment occurs.
For a statement describing the rights and responsibilities of victims of sexual harassment or those who are the subject of complaints, contact your school office or visit the district's Title IX - Know Your Rights page.
Title IX Coordinator
The Title IX Coordinator is the person designated and authorized by the Superintendent to coordinate compliance with Title IX. The Title IX Coordinator’s core responsibilities under this procedure include tracking the district’s response to formal complaints of sexual harassment, determining the appropriate response and remedial actions, and identifying and addressing any patterns or systemic problems revealed by such complaints. Accordingly, the Title IX Coordinator shall have knowledge of all Title IX requirements, of the district’s own policies and procedures on sex discrimination, and of all formal complaints throughout the district that raise Title IX issues. The Title IX Coordinator shall monitor and coordinate the district’s compliance with the requirements of Title IX.
York Suburban’s Title IX Coordinator contact information;
Director of Pupil Personnel
1800 Hollywood Drive, York, PA 17403
How to Get Help or File a Complaint
If you are not sure whether you should make a formal complaint, you can consult the Title IX coordinator at 717-885-1134 or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Title IX coordinator can help you decide if any action needs to be taken and how best to address your situation.
If you believe that you or a YSSD student or staff member has been sexually harassed or sexually assaulted, you can report the incident(s) to any school staff member or the district's Title IX coordinator.