Alliance College-Ready Middle Academy #5

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School Coordinating Council

In Accordance with our Charter Petition:
 
School Coordinating Council (Advisory) ACRMA5 has a School Coordinating Council of 10 to 20 members consisting of the principal, parent representatives, teachers, classified staff, the student body president, and local community members. The School Coordinating Council meets monthly to provide suggestions and recommendations, advising the principal on day-to-day operations and issues including, but not limited to budgeting, curriculum, school policies, school/community participation, and the general direction of the Charter School. The coordinating council meets at the school’s site. If requested by the principal and if the subjects to be discussed warrant it, members of the ACRMA5 Board attend Student Advisory Council meetings.
 
Our School Coordinating Council Meetings occur the 3rd Monday of every month at 8:00 a.m.
All stakeholders are welcome to attend and provide input and feedback for items being discussed.
 
All community stakeholders are welcome.
 
Parent/Community Town Hall Meetings Approximately once a month, ACRMA5 holds meetings in a Town Hall Meeting format that all parents, community and staff members are welcome to attend along with the ACRMA5 Board. Topics for discussion or presentation include schoolwide topics of interest related to achieving the goals of the Charter School and its students. Meetings are generally attended by the principal and administrative staff of ACRMA5 and members of the ACRMA5 Board of Directors. 

Title IX 

 

Alliance prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived age, ancestry, ethnicity, parental status, pregnancy status, color, mental or physical disability, gender,  gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, immigration status, marital status, medical information, nationality, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. This applies to all acts related to school activity or school attendance within an Alliance campus. For questions or complaints, contact the school-based Equity Officer/Title IX Coordinator: Zachary Perkins, Principal in Residence of Alliance College-Ready  Middle Academy 5, 211 S Ave. 20, Los Angeles, CA 90031, 323-352-8034, zperkins@laalliance.org. For additional complaints or other issues, please contact the Home Office Equity Officer: Vice President of School Operations, 601 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90017, 213--943-4930,  compliance@laalliance.org. 

All classes and courses will be conducted without regard to the sex of the pupil enrolled, and no pupil will be prohibited from enrolling in a class on the basis of the pupil’s sex, except as permitted by law.  

When programs, activities, and athletic teams are in place, Alliance schools will maintain separate programs, activities, and teams for male and female scholars. Scholars may participate in sex-segregated programs, activities, and athletic teams consistent with the scholar’s gender identity.  

Alliance schools maintain separate restroom facilities for male and female scholars. Single stall restrooms are general-neutral. Scholars may use facilities consistent with their gender identity. If there is a desire for increased privacy and/or safety, regardless of the underlying purpose or cause, any scholar and/or parent guardian may request a meeting with the school administration to determine the appropriate accommodation(s).  

More information about Title IX can be found on the California Department of Education’s website:  https://www.cde.ca.gov/re/di/eo/genequitytitleix.asp.

Suicide Prevention Policy:
In order to attempt to reduce suicidal behavior and its impact on students and families, Alliance College-Ready Public Schools shall develop preventive strategies and intervention procedures in accordance with guidelines outlined in AB2246. For more information regarding Alliance College-Ready Public School's Suicide Prevention Policy, please access the document here.

Alliance College-Ready Middle Academy engages in school-wide activities and programs to enhance connectedness, contribute to a safe and nurturing environment, and strengthen protective factors that reduce the risk for students.

All teachers and staff receive suicide prevention training in order to identify and respond to students at risk of suicide.

Uniform Complaint Procedure (UCP):
The alliance is the local agency primarily responsible for compliance with federal and state laws and regulations governing educational programs. Pursuant to this policy, persons responsible for conducting investigations shall be knowledgeable about the laws and programs which they are assigned to investigate.

To learn more about the complaint process, please access the document here