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Complaint Procedures

The Nevada City School District annually notifies our students, employees, parents or guardians of its students, the district and school advisory committees, appropriate school officials or other interested parties of the Uniform Complaint Procedures (UPC) process. The Nevada City School District takes all concerns and complaints seriously. The District values the concerns of our parents, staff, students and community. Complaints are respected and honored; there are no negative consequences for filing a complaint. No reprisals or retaliation shall be invoked against any student, parent or employee for processing, in good faith, a complaint, either on an informal or formal basis, or for participating in any way in these complaint procedures.  Every attempt is made to resolve complaints informally and at the lowest level possible. In the instances when that is not possible, a formal process is in place. Concerns raised by parents/guardians about school district personnel should be resolved as quickly as possible. Therefore, parents or guardians of students in the NCSD are urged to discuss their concerns directly with the employee(s) in question when concerns surface.  
Public Concerns Regarding School District Employees BP 1312.1 and AR 1312.1
The Governing Board recognizes its accountability to the public for the quality of the district's educational program and the performance of district employees. The district shall provide a process by which a complaint submitted by any person regarding an employee can be resolved impartially, expeditiously, and with minimal disruption to district operations and the educational program.
The following complaint procedure governs (1) complaints of discrimination on the basis of age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic group identification, race, ancestry, national origin, religion, color, or mental or physical disability; and (2) complaints of violation of the laws and regulations governing the following programs:Child Development;Special Education;Nutrition Services;Development and adoption of the school safety plan and Consolidated Categorical Aid, such as:-Every Child Succeeds Act (ESSA)-Economic Impact Aid (SCE, EIA-LEP)-School Improvement Program-Tobacco Use Prevention Education Uniform Complaint Procedures Regarding Compliance with State and Federal Programs


This complaint procedure pertains to certain complaints about instructional materials, emergency or urgent facilities conditions that pose a threat to the health and safety to pupils or staff, and teacher vacancies or misassignments.
Sexual Harassment Complaint Policies: