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Members include: Current membership: Kathy Germani - Assistant Superintendent Rebecca Brown - Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Elyse Chiland Tipton - Board of Education Ryan Caron - South Portland High School Principal Carrie Stilphen - Mahoney Middle School Principal Sarah Connors - South Portland Teachers’ Association The South Portland Board of Education is committed to maintaining a workplace and learning environment that is free from illegal discrimination and harassment.In accordance with applicable Federal and/or State laws and regulations, the South Portland School Department prohibits discrimination against and harassment of employees, candidates for employment, students and others with rights to admission or access to school programs, activities or premises on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, ancestry or national origin, age, disability, or genetic information.AFFIRMATIVE ACTION GRIEVANCE PROCEDUREAs it relates to the Affirmative Action policies of the South Portland School Department, the following procedure is stated to ensure that discrimination does not take place in employment, curriculum, or co-curricular or athletic programs.The District does not discriminate in the educational policies, programs and practices which it operates and will honor all appropriate laws relating to discrimination in regard to race/color, sex, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, physical/mental disability.
Grievant – any student or employee of this school district who submits a grievance relevant to nondiscrimination laws or an individual or group submitting on behalf of student(s) or employee(s).3.Maintaining records and reports relating to recruitment, hiring, interviews, disciplinary action, promotion, transfer, and termination in order to comply with existing requirements; 5.Initiating remedial action or correcting any unlawful practices which may be brought to the Officer’s attention; and 6.Achieves the most efficient utilization of skills that may be identified and developed among all school employees, for the purpose of rendering better service to the students of this administrative unit. Recognizes that standards for termination, layoff, demotion, or discipline must be the same for all employees. The Superintendent of Schools holds primary responsibility for the operation and success of the Affirmative Action Program.
The responsibility has been delegated to the Equal Employment Opportunity Officer/Affirmative Action Officer (referred to hereafter as the “Officer”). The Officer’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: 1.
The Board affirms that it will employ without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, or age the best-qualified candidates who are available at the salary levels established for school employment. The Board further recognizes its obligation to comply with the provisions of the Equal Opportunity Act of 1972, Title IX, and the Maine Human Rights Act of 1972 as amended, and the Code of Ordinance, City of South Portland, Maine which prohibits such discrimination in employment. Therefore, the Board directs all concerned to take such affirmative action as is necessary to enforce and promote the Board’s policy of equal employment opportunity by implementing a continuing program which: 1.