Title IX is a federal law that says a school district has a responsibility to promptly and efficiently respond to gender discrimination. This can be in the form of sexual misconduct, dating violence, stalking, or retaliation. District 300 takes this responsibility very seriously and ensuring these matters are handled with the utmost care and discretion.
To better serve our students, families and staff, we’ve collected references outlining District 300 policies & procedures, training, and community resources.
General Reporting Statement & Title IX Coordinator
Complaints or reports alleging sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, stalking, or gender discrimination, including sexual orientation or gender identity, involving an D300 student, employee, or person affiliated with D300 should be immediately reported to the Title IX Coordinator online or via email at TitleIX@d300.org or by telephone at 847-551-8321.
Complaints or reports may be made anonymously, but no disciplinary action will be taken against an alleged aggressor solely on the basis of an anonymous report.
The Title IX Coordinator for District 300 is Colleen O’Keefe, TitleIX@d300.org, 847-551-8321.
Click here to view the Nondiscrimination Commitment.
Click here to view the Title IX Training Materials.