TITLE IX HARASSMENT POLICY
Behavior of GSA Employees with Students
employees, including teachers, coaches, counselors, administrators, staff, and
volunteers, are expected to maintain the highest professional, moral, and
ethical standards in their conduct and relationships with students.
Examples of inappropriate behavior with students
includes, but is not limited to:
- Any type of
sexual or sexually suggestive interaction with students, including sexual
advances, requests for sexual favors, pressure to engage in sexual activity,
physical contact of a sexual nature, and gestures, comments, or other physical,
written, or verbal conduct that is sexually explicit.
- Any form of
harassment, whether based on race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion,
ancestry or national origin, or disability. Harassment may be written or spoken
and may or may not include physical intimidation and/or threats.
- Singling out a
particular student or students for personal attention and friendship beyond the
normal teacher-student relationship.
- Sexual banter,
allusions, jokes or innuendos with students.
- Asking a student
to keep a secret.
- Disclosing one’s
own personal, sexual, family, or employment concerns to students.
students in an overly familiar manner, including the use of terms of endearment
and pet names.
students or engaging in any other interactions on social networking sites
(outside of any school-approved activity).
with students on non-school matters via computer, text message, phone calls,
letters, notes or any other means.
of students by school employees, including sexual harassment, is grounds for
dismissal. The Title IX Coordinator will investigate complaints of harassment.
The Title IX
Coordinator for 2016-2017 is Libby Rosemeier, Dean of Students.