“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”
Title IX covers:
Education Programs or Activities
Sexual Misconduct (Harassment & Violence)
Equal Access to Facilities
Admissions and Recruitment
The US Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) enforces Title IX.
Some examples of discrimination that violates Title IX include:
Gender discrimination, including gender preference and gender identity
Unequal distribution of athletic funds
Anyone who believes there has been an act of discrimination on the basis of sex against any person or group in a program or activity that receives Federal financial assistance may file a
complaint with OCR under Title IX. The OCR Complaint form can be found here.
Main Street School Families,
The Auction is on its way! Let’s help to make a successful event!!!!
The auction is a great opportunity to help our school to raise money and have fun at the same time. The Auction will be taking us in a fantastic Black and White evening on April,Saturday the 21st from 6:00pm to 11:00pm at Seascape Golf Club.
Be ready to have a Gala Night. The Auction is in need of parents that can help soliciting. If anyone has a vacation house that they can donate, business that wants to make a tax deductible donation, etc. Please contact Ana email@example.com Please click on the link below to the google doc with the businesses to solicit. Auction needs it all! Don’t let that chance of helping our kids school slip way. If you have questions please contact Ana at firstname.lastname@example.org
Just a reminder, your child still has time to collect donations!
Please go on your child’s page on 99pledges.com. Each student will have their own pledge page where they can track their progress in real time. Donation requests, including by credit card, can be sent to friends and family worldwide via e-mail and social media.
On Friday, January 26, 20 of our 5th grade students participated in our extra-curricular academic activity, Invention Convention, under the leadership of Ms. Ilana Lowe. All of our participating students did an impressive job coming up with innovative inventions. Good luck to Reilly Kerko, Tyler Harway, Gabriella Gonzalez, Caleb Marchessault, Kevin Baskerville, Arie McNeil, Hailey Vicar, Chelsea Clayton, and Nicole Orlando who have been chosen to compete at the state level on April 14th in San Jose.
One area in which we are particularly focusing is creating a very positive atmosphere through events like our “Donut Bully” week held earlier this fall. If you haven’t had a chance to see our video recapping our anti bullying week, please check it out.
The Main Street Way, with its character traits of being respectful, responsible, honest and caring, is the common lens through which our behavior interventions are employed. We recently asked our students to tell us what they thought The Main Street Way was; and almost without exception, they were able to name the traits. Please watch our fun video it will put a smile on your face!
Computer Lab Hours Before and After School We are fortunate to have our computer lab open before and after school so students can work on homework and use the computers to hone their math, literacy, and computer skills. A credentialed teacher, Ms. Lori Kearney, facilitates the lab. Multiple academic programs, as well as typing tutorials and programming sites are available to students in Kindergarten through 5th grades. Students are expected to work quietly while in the computer lab. Lab Hours are: Before School on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 7:45 to 8:30 and After School on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 2:50 to 3:45.