Presentation on theme: "2013-14 ACADEMIC YEAR MANHEIM CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT TITLE IX: DISCLOSURE OF INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETIC OPPORTUNITIES."— Presentation transcript:
2013-14 ACADEMIC YEAR MANHEIM CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT TITLE IX: DISCLOSURE OF INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETIC OPPORTUNITIES
Objectives Introduce the Title IX Compliance Team Review: Title IX Act 82- XVI (Phrase I) Re-introduce Phrase II Questions
Title IX Team Title IX Compliance Officer: Joshua Weitzel- firstname.lastname@example.org@manheimcentral.org Athletic Director: George Derbyshire- email@example.com@manheimcentral.org Business Manger/ Administrator: Nate Wertsch- firstname.lastname@example.org@manheimcentral.org PIMS Reporting: Francis Nevill- email@example.com@manheimcentral.org Human Resources: Robin Knight-Snyder- firstname.lastname@example.org@manheimcentral.org Supervisor of Building & Grounds: Galeon Brown- email@example.com@manheimcentral.org School District Solicitor:
Review of Title IX Educational Law (1972) Requires educational institutions to maintain policies, practices and programs that do not discriminate against anyone based on sex. Schools are to treat both sexes equitably with regard to: Effective accommodation of Athletic Interests and Ability Athletic Financial Assistance for Student Athletes (Post- Secondary) Equivalence in Other Athletic Benefits and Opportunities This is the 3 prong test, educational institutions must meet one of the three but for high schools, only two prong apply.
Review of Act 82-Article XVI Phase I: School Data Collection “A school entity will annually submit information to PDE by October 15 th of each year regarding Interscholastic Athletic Opportunities and treatment for male and female secondary students (7 th -12 th grades) for the preceding school year.” Data Required Disclosure Form Disclosure Form Public Notice and Review Deadline= November 1 PDE report to General Assembly Deadline= January 15 th
Act 82-Article XVI Phrase II- Non-School Data Collection All school entities will be required to collect and submit information concerning non-school contributions and purchases. Non-School Entities include: Booster clubs Alumni Any other individual or group Non-School funds equate to benefits provided by the school, thus school’s responsibility to ensure equity. Reporting Form Example Example Booster Club Form Booster Club Form
Important Dates Phrase I October 15, 2013 State report for 2012-13 academic year due to PDE November 1, 2013 Public notice Phrase II June 30, 2014 End of Fiscal Year July 31, 2014 Individual Booster Club Reports due October 15, 2014 State report for 2013-14 academic year due to PDE