The Mount Vernon School District does not discriminate in employment, programs, or activities on the basis of age, race, color, national origin, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability or use of a trained guide dog or service animal by a person with a disability and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to the District's Title IX/Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator, Jon Ronngren, Director/Human Resources, 124 E. Lawrence Street, Mount Vernon, WA 98273 (360)428-6110; Section 504/ADA Coordinator, Clint Carlton, Executive Director/Student Support Services, 920 S. Second Street, Mount Vernon, WA 98273, (360)428-6141. 




El Distrito Escolar de Mount Vernon no discrimina en ninguno de los programas o actividades según el sexo, la raza, el credo, la religión, el color, el origen nacional, la edad, el ser veterano o la situación militar, la orientación sexual, la expresión de género, la identidad de género, discapacidad o el uso de un perro guía capacitado o animal de servicio y proporciona un acceso equitativo a los Boy Scouts y otros grupos de jóvenes designados. Las preguntas en cuanto al cumplimiento y/o los procedimientos de resolución de conflictos pueden dirigirse al Coordinador de Quejas de los Derechos Civiles del Distrito/Titulo IX, Jon Ronngren, director/Recursos Humanos, 124 E. Lawrence Street Mount Vernon, WA 98273, (360)428-6110; Coordinador de la Legislación para los estadounidenses con Discapacidades/Sección 504, Clint Carlton, Director Ejecutivo/Servicios de Apoyo Estudiantil, 920 S. Second Street, Mount Vernon, WA 98273, (360)428-6141.




Школьный округ Маунт-Вернон не допускает дискриминации при трудоустройстве, программах или мероприятиях на основе возраста, расы, цвета кожи, национального происхождения, вероисповедания, религии, пола, сексуальной ориентации, гендерного самовыражения, гендерной идентичности, ветерана с отличием или военного статуса, или наличие каких-либо сенсорных, умственных или физических недостатков или использование обученной собаки-поводыря или служебного животного лицом с ограниченными возможностями и обеспечивает равный доступ к бойскаутам и другим определенным молодежным группам. Запросы, касающиеся соблюдения требований и/или процедур рассмотрения жалоб, можно направлять координатору округа по разделу IX/соблюдению гражданских прав, Джону Роннгрену, директору/отделу кадров, 124 E. Lawrence Street, Mount Vernon, WA 98273 (360)428-6110; Координатор Раздела 504/ADA, Клинт Карлтон, исполнительный директор/Служба поддержки студентов, 920 S. Second Street, Mount Vernon, WA 98273, (360)428-6141.



 Citizen Complaint Against a School District or Other School Service Provider. 

A citizen complaint is a written statement that alleges a violation of a federal rule, law or regulation, or state regulation that applies to a federal program. • Anyone can file a citizen complaint. • There is no special form. • There is no need to know the law that governs a federal program to file a complaint. Please contact Your School Contact with questions @ Your school number for the information you need to move forward.You may also access this online https://www.k12.wa.us/about-ospi/contact-us/how-file-complaint 


Title 1 Schoolwide Program 

The Title 1 Schoolwide Program helps us increase the academic achievement of students by providing additional services to students. To accomplish our goals the school and the district use student assessment data to determine areas of need and outline a plan for addressing student needs. We structure professional development activities to support the needs, we connect the school with parents and the community, and we formulate an evaluation plan to monitor the progress of our efforts. 

As a school that receives federal Title I funds we must meet some specific federal rules. These include providing information to families regarding teacher and Para Educator qualifications, parent involvement, and schoolwide planning. 


Parents’ Right-to-Know — Student Achievement 

We provide every parent with information that describes the level of academic achievement reached by their child. This information provides the child’s achievement on state and district assessments and is sent home formally in June. We strive to communicate throughout the school year in multiple ways regarding student achievement and learning progress. 


School’s Written Family Involvement Policy 

We have a written parent involvement policy outlining how we work together as a school community to support all of our students, staff, and families. The current Parent Involvement Policy can be requested at your school, Also, you may view it on our School Webpage at your web page link to schools family Involvement Policy.


Title I, Part A Meeting 

We invite parents to learn more about Title I, Part A programs operating at our school by attending school and district meetings throughout the year. In the Spring we host a meeting where we explain the requirements of this federal program and let parents know they have a right to be involved in school program activities funded by Title I, Part A. 


Parents’ Right-to-Know — Highly-qualified Teachers 

We provide timely notice to every parent if a teacher who is not highly qualified has been assigned or has taught their child for four or more consecutive weeks. All of our teachers meet the federal highly qualified status. In addition, our Para Educators working with children on academic support also meet the required federal highly qualified requirements. 


School-Parent Compact— Shared Responsibility 

We work together, families and the school, to share in the responsibility of the high-quality education for each child. Working closely with the parents of children who receive Title I, Part A services we create School-Parent Compacts each year. This compact takes the form of a written agreement that identifies shared responsibilities that parents, school staff, and students carry out to improve academic achievement. 


Annual LEA Report Card 

You may access the Mount Vernon School Districts report card that includes student achievement disaggregated by category-graduation rates, LEA performance, and other required information outlined in ESSA Section 111(h)(2). For a paper copy or for assistance, please contact your child's school office. You may also access online at http://reportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us


English Learner (EL) Students

English Learner (EL) Students: Parent and Family Outreach Title III require that LEAs implement an effective means of outreach to parents of ELLs to [ESSA Section 1112(e) (3)(A),(B)&(C)]: • Inform parents on how they can be active participants in * Assisting their children to learn English, * Achieving high levels in core academic subjects, and *Meeting the state’s academic content and student academic achievement standards as all students are expected to meet. • Seek parent input into the development and evaluation of the LEAs’ ELL program. * Notify parents of their right to have opportunities for regular meetings for the purpose of formulating and responding to recommendations from parents of students participating in Title I or Title III programs