Public Notices

Incidents of Student Bullying/Harassment




The Knox County Career Center will vigorously enforce its prohibition against discrimination, harassment, and/or retaliation based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, ancestry, genetic information, or any other class protected by law. The KCCC Board of Education has designated the following administrators to serve as Title VI, Title IX, and 504 Coordinators:

Title VI (Civil Rights) Title IX (Discrimination Based on Sex)

Jeff Lavin
Director
306 Martinsburg Rd.,
Mount Vernon, OH 43050
TitleIXCoordinator@knoxcc.org This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
740-397-5820 ex. 2223

Staff Training


 Title IX Training Level 1 General Title IX Training Level 2 Decision Maker and Live Hearing 
 Title IX Training Level 2 Report Writing  Title IX Training Level 2 Resolution Officer
 Title IX Training Level 2 Decision Maker  Title IX Training Level 2 Investigator
 Title IX Training Level 2 Coordinator  




Section 504 (Discrimination Based on Disability)


Elaine Robinson
Principal
306 Martinsburg Rd.,
Mount Vernon, OH 43050
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740-397-5820 ex. 3410




Auditor of State’s Fraud Reporting System

The Ohio Auditor of State’s office maintains a system for the reporting of fraud, including misuse of public money by any official or office. The system allows all Ohio citizens, including public employees, the opportunity to make anonymous complaints through a toll free number, the Auditor of State’s website, or through the United States mail.


Auditor of State’s fraud contact information:
Telephone: 1-866-FRAUD OH (1-866-372-8364)
US Mail: Ohio Auditor of State’s office
Special Investigations Unit
88 East Broad Street
P.O. Box 1140
Columbus, OH 43215

Web: www.ohioauditor.gov

FERPA Directory Information:
KCCC follows the guidelines of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) regarding all student records.  Under Ohio law, directory information includes information such as student name, address, telephone listing, birth date, etc.  This information can be released to various colleges, recruiters, agencies, and employers, unless the parent or student 18 years or older notifies the school in writing by September 15 of each school year that (s)he will not permit distribution of the directory information.  If you would like to "opt-out" of releasing your child's directory information, your request will be honored.  Please keep in mind that KCCC will not be able to release information to any third party, including colleges and employers, once you opt-out.  If you wish to opt-out, please give written notice to the director of the Knox County Career Center.

Knox Technical Center

As mandated under Title IV with the U.S. Department of Education:
Financial Aid- 2017 Campus Safety and Crime Policies Report



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