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Bullying, Harassment, and Discrimination

The Clinton Board of Education is committed to creating and maintaining an educational environment free from bullying, harassment, and discrimination.  The Safe School Climate Plan was developed by the Board of Education Policy Subcommittee in response to Public Act 11-232, and was approved on December 5, 2011. In order to foster an atmosphere conducive to learning, the Board has developed this plan, consistent with state law and Board Policy #5130.  

This Plan represents a comprehensive approach to establishing a positive school climate and building the quality and character of school life, with a particular focus on the quality of the relationships within the school community between and among students and adults.  It also outlines a process to address bullying and cyberbullying and sets forth the Board’s expectations for preventing, intervening, and responding to incidents of bullying. 


The Clinton Board of Education (the "Board") is committed to creating and maintaining an educational environment that is physically, emotionally, and intellectually safe and thus free from bullying, teen dating violence, harassment and discrimination.

Bullying Prevention and Intervention Policy #5130 
Safe School Climate Plan
Bullying and Harassment Online Reporting Form
Student Report of Suspected Bullying Behaviors
Staff or Parent/Guardian Report of Suspected Bullying Behaviors


Marco Famiglietti
Safe School Climate Coordinator
Clinton Public Schools
137-B Glenwood Road
Clinton, CT 06413
860-664-6500 
[email protected].
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It is the policy of the Board of Education (the "Board") for the Clinton Public Schools (the "District") that any form of sex discrimination or sexual harassment is prohibited in the Board's education programs and activities, whether by students, Board employees or third parties subject to substantial control by the Board.  It is the policy of the Board to maintain a working environment free from harassment, insults or intimidation on the basis of an employee's sex and free from discrimination based on sex.

It is the express policy of the Board to encourage victims of sex discrimination and/or sexual harassment to report such claims.  Students and staff are encouraged to report complaints of sex discrimination and/or sexual harassment promptly in accordance with the appropriate process set forth in the Administrative Regulations. 

Title IX Prohibition of Sex Discrimination and Sexual Harassment
Prohibition of Sex Discrimination and Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
 Non-Discrimination Policy: 
Clinton Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Except in the case of a bona fide occupational need, the Clinton Public Schools do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, ancestry, or disability.The compliance officer for the Clinton Public Schools has the responsibility to monitor compliance with this policy.

Questions or issues regarding discrimination and civil rights should be brought to the attention of the district discrimination and civil rights coordinators and school-based coordinators.  If you wish to discuss the regulations governing these policies, or wish to discuss a concern or file a grievance, please contact the appropriate compliance officer. Forms are linked below or can be obtained directly from the compliance officers. The purpose of the grievance procedure is to secure, at the lowest possible administrative level, equitable solutions to problems that may arise concerning claims of discrimination. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact any of the compliance officers. Safety questions and concerns should be directed to the building supervisor. 

Who to Contact 
 Clinton Compliance Officers:  

District Safe School Climate Coordinator and
Title VI (Civil Rights Act of 1964) & Title IX (Equal Opportunity)

Marco Famiglietti
Assistant Superintendent
Clinton Public Schools
137-B Glenwood Road
Clinton, CT  06413  
Tel. 860-664-6500
             
Section 504 (Rehabilitation Act)
Kimberly Pearce
Special Services Director
Clinton Public Schools
137-B Glenwood Road
Clinton, CT  06413  
Tel. 860-664-6505


School-Based Safe School Climate Specialists
Abby Rice
Assistant Principal
Lewin G. Joel, Jr. School
137-A Glenwood Road
Clinton, CT  06413  
Tel. 860-664-6501

Michael Gourdier
Assistant Principal
Jared Eliot Middle School
69 Fairy Dell Road
Clinton, CT  06413  
Tel. 860-664-6503

Christopher Luther
Assistant Principal
The Morgan School
71 Killingworth Turnpike
Clinton, CT  06413  
Tel. 860-664-6504

Training:
Title IX Final Regulations
Administrator Training



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