Compliance Policies for Parents and Students
The San Luis Obispo County Office of Education recognizes that the county office has the primary responsibility to ensure compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations governing educational programs. The county office encourages early resolution of complaints whenever possible. To resolve complaints which may require a more formal process, please see below.
Uniform Complaint Procedures Policy and Regulation (1312.4)Williams-Uniform-Complaint-Procedures-Policy-and-Regulation-1312.4
Student Use Of Technology Policy and Acceptable Use Agreement (6163.4)Student-Use-Of-Technology-Policy-and-Acceptable-Use-Agreement-6163.4
Response to Immigration Enforcement Policy & Regulation (5145.13)Superintendent-Policy-5145.13-Response-To-Immigration-Enforcement
Food Service Operations/Cafeteria Fund (3555)Superintendent-Policy-3555-Nutrition-Program-Compliance
Non-Discrimination Policy (5145.3)Superintendent-Policy-5145.3-NondiscriminationHarassment
- California Safe Schools Coalition – http://www.casafeschools.org/
- First Amendment Center – https://www.
- U.S. Department of Education – Office of Civil Rights – https://www2.ed.gov/
Married Parenting Pregnant Students Policy (5146)Superintendent-Policy-5146-MarriedPregnantParenting-Students
Title IX Sexual Harassment Complaint Procedures (5145.71)County-Office-Regulations-5145.71-Title-IX-Sexual-Harassment-Complaint-Procedures
Exhibit – Title IX Sexual Harassment Complaint ProceduresExhibit-5145.71-Title-IX-Sexual-Harassment-Complaint-Procedures
Title I School-Level Parent and Family Engagement PolicyTitle-I-School-Level-Parent-and-Family-Engagement-Policy
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