Non Discrimination Statement
The Riverview School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees are designated to handle inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures:
Civil Rights and Title IX/RCW 28A.640 Officer, Missy Harvold (425.844.4500 | email@example.com) and
Section 504/ADA Coordinator, Molly Lutz (425.844.4515 or firstname.lastname@example.org), located at:
Riverview School District
P.O. Box 519
15510 – 1st Ave. NE
Duvall, WA 98019
Complaint Procedures (3110-1) See the full text, steps, and description at the district website.
Anyone may file a complaint against the district alleging that the district has violated anti-discrimination laws. The primary purpose of a complaint procedure is to secure an equitable solution to a justifiable complaint.
A. Informal Process for Resolution: Anyone with an allegation of discrimination may request an informal meeting with the compliance officer or designated employee to resolve their concerns.
B. Formal Process for Resolution: There are specific steps for a formal complaint, time lines, written responses, and steps if there is disagreement with decisions call appeal.
a. Level One: Complaint to District
b. Level Two: Appeal to the Board of Director
c. Level Three: Complain to the Superintendent of Public Instruction
d. Level Four: Administrative Hearing
D. Preservation of Records
The Riverview School District is committed to a safe and civil educational environment for all students, employees, parents/legal guardians, volunteers and patrons that is free from harassment, intimidation, and bullying. In order to ensure respect and prevent hard, it is a violation of District Policy 3120 for a student to be harassed, intimidated, or bullied by others in the school community, at school sponsored events, or when such actions create a substantial disruption to the educational process.
If your child feels he/she has been harassed or bullied, the incident(s) should be reported immediately to a teacher, counselor, or principal. Children bullied on the bus may report information to the bus driver or transportation supervisor.
It is the policy of the Riverview School District that there be no discrimination against any student or staff on the basis of sex. The district is committed to a positive and productive education and working environment free from discrimination. Sexual harassment is a violation of the district’s rules of conduct.
The complete text of District Policy F-3125 and the process to follow for reporting a complaint, can be found in district buildings, handbooks, and on the district website.
Informal Complaint Process: Anyone may use informal procedure to report and resolve complaints of sexual harassment. Such informal reports may be made to any staff member and will direct the potential complainants to the appropriate staff member who can explain the informal and formal process.
Formal Complaint Process: Anyone may initiate a formal complaint of sexual harassment. The process includes protecting complainants and witnesses by implementing anti-retaliation provisions. Part of a formal investigation includes a complaint made in writing with specifics outlined and a resulting written response. Corrective measures may result.
If a complainant remains aggrieved, there is an appeal process. This process includes appealing to the school board and then, if still, aggrieved an appeal may be made to the Superintendent of Public Instruction. There are strict dates and deadlines associated with each step of the process; therefore, it is imperative to view the entire process in board policy and/or call the compliance officer.