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Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 protects individuals from discrimination based on sex in any educational program or activity operated by recipients of federal financial assistance.
Audeo Valley Charter School is committed to providing an environment free from discrimination based on sex and provides a number of resources and services to assist students, faculty, and staff in addressing issues involving sex discrimination.
You may contact the Audeo Valley Charter School Title IX Coordinator at any time by calling 858-678-2056 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resource Center Supervision Policy
The purpose of the Resource Center Supervision Policy is to ensure the safety and supervision of all students while at the resource centers between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on regularly scheduled school days, Monday through Friday.
All staff will be responsible for the supervision of students at all times while inside the school’s resource centers. A designated supervisor(s) will always be present at each resource center while the resource center is serving students.
All school staff is trained in:
- School Supervision
- First Aid
- Health Emergencies
- Bullying: Recognition & Response
- Child Protective Services
- Blood Borne Pathogens
- Mental Health
The school shall not be responsible for the supervision of students outside of a resource center.
All staff will refer injuries to the School Coordinator.
Campus incidents will be recorded on a School Incident/Accident Report Form and will be followed up by staff where appropriate.
The Resource Center Supervision Policy will be reviewed annually by the school administration team and ratified by the school’s Board of Directors.
Charter schools are not allowed to discourage a pupil from enrolling or seeking to enroll in a charter school because the pupil exhibits any characteristics such as students with disabilities, academically low-achieving, English learners, neglected or delinquent, homeless, socially economically disadvantaged, foster youth, or based on nationality, race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation. Charter schools are not allowed to request a pupil’s records before enrollment or encourage a child who is enrolled in a charter school to disenroll or transfer to another school. A parent, guardian, or pupil (18 years or older) may file a Charter School Complaint Form to the authorizing entity if they suspect the charter school is in violation of Education Code (EC)Section 47605(d)(4).
Important information regarding confidential student data
There is ongoing litigation between the California Department of Education and the Concerned Parent Association. A notice issued by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson states, “The lawsuit accuses CDE of widespread, systemic non-compliance by local educational agencies with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Section 504. The CDE denies these allegations and is actively defending the litigation.”
The court has ordered CDE to release student and parent information to provide personally identifiable information (PII) – an act that can only be taken as an exception to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). As a result, we are providing notice of the court order and directions to anyone wishing to object.
Please be advised that CDE will notify parents or students of whom are required to disclose information and those individuals may object directly to the court regarding this disclosure using the PDF links below:
Objection to Disclosure of Student Information and Records (PDF)
Objeción a la Publicación de Información y Registros Estudiantiles (PDF)
For further information please visit their website at www.edcoecharterselpa.org/governance
El Dorado SELPA acceptance letter — Coming Soon!
Community Advisory Committee Parent Handbook – Spanish (pdf) [Comité Consultivo de la Comunidad]
“The Education Protection Account (EPA) provides local educational agencies (LEAs) with general-purpose state aid funding pursuant to Proposition 30, The Schools and Local Public Safety Protection Act of 2012, approved by the voters on November 6, 2012. The EPA funding is a component of an LEA’s total revenue limit or charter school general purpose entitlement.” (Retrieved from the California Department of Education website.)
As an independent study program, Audeo Valley enrolls students throughout the year. The school works to accommodate all students who wish to enroll. In the instance that more students wish to enroll than availability allows, the school will use a public random drawing.
Applications will be accepted during a publicly advertised open application period each year for enrollment in the following school year. Following the open enrollment period each year, applications will be counted to determine whether any grade level has received more applications than availability. In the event that this happens, Audeo Valley shall hold a public random drawing to determine enrollment for the impacted grade level, with the exception of existing students, who are guaranteed enrollment in the following school year.
Admission preferences in the case of a public random drawing shall be as follows:
- Students currently attending Audeo Valley
- Residents of the Moreno Valley Unified School District
- Siblings of existing students of Audeo Valley
- All other students
At the conclusion of the public random drawing, all students who were not granted admission due to capacity shall be given the option to put their name on a waiting list according to their draw in the lottery. This waiting list shall allow students the option of enrollment if an opening occurs during the current school year at their grade level. In no circumstance shall a waiting list carry over to the following school year. Public random drawing rules, deadlines, dates, and times shall be communicated in the application form and on the Audeo Valley website.
Williams v. State of California is a statewide class action suit regarding sufficiency of instructional materials, adequacy of facilities and the qualification of teachers. In September 2004, the Williams Settlement Legislation was enacted into law requiring all districts in the State of California to provide sufficient instructional materials in core subject areas; maintain clean, safe facilities in good repair and take measures to guarantee all pupils have qualified teachers.
Due to ongoing development of our new state accountability system and the suspension of the system based on API deciles, the state has extended the 2012 cohort of schools until a new accountability system is identified and the state statute is in place.
Beginning the 2015–2016 school year, California public schools were required under AB 2706 to provide information to families about their health coverage opportunities and enrollment assistance. By providing families an opportunity to access health coverage information from schools, this legislation aims to reduce the number of eligible but uninsured children. Our goal is to support and increase the number of students and families who enroll in health coverage. Please contact your student’s Resource Center Teacher and/or Nurse for questions about starting the health care coverage application process.
Immigrant Families, visit: www.allinforhealth.org/immigrantfamilies
Immigration status information is kept private, protected and secure. It will not be used by any immigration agency to enforce immigration laws, but only to determine eligibility for health programs.
*Reference: All In: Health Care for All Families/A Project of The Children’s Partnership, May 2016