District Annual Notices
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Public Records Policy
Access to information concerning the conduct of the peoples business is a right of every person in this state. Records of the Cory-Rawson Local School District which are not exempt from disclosure under the law are available for inspection and copying in accordance with the Ohio Public Records Act. Requests for records may be made during regular business hours to:
Cory-Rawson Local Schools
April Sybert, District Secretary
3930 County Road 26 Rawson, Ohio 45881
A written request for public records is not required but is helpful. Requests must allow a reasonable amount of time for the school to provide the records for inspection.
If any portion of your request for records must be denied because the records are exempt from disclosure under the law, we will clearly mark the portion redacted and explain to you which portion of the record(s) have been redacted. Also, we will provide you with the legal authority upon which we have relied.
A fee which covers the direct cost of duplication of public records may be charged, as indicated in the current board policy.
Positive Behavior Supports
The Cory-Rawson Local Schools Board of Education is committed to the district-wide use of Positive Behavior Supports ("PBIS") with students and the establishment of a school environment focused on the care, safety, and welfare of all students and staff members. Student personnel shall work to prevent the need for the use of restraint and/or seclusion. PBIS shall serve as the foundation for the creation of a learning environment that promotes the use of evidence-based behavioral interventions, thus enhancing academic and social behavioral outcomes for all students. An emphasis shall be placed on promoting positive interventions and solutions to potential conflicts. PBIS emphasizes prevention of student behavior problems through the use of non-aversive techniques, which should greatly reduce, if not eliminate, the need to use restraint and/or seclusion.
Professional staff members and support staff determined appropriate by the Superintendent are permitted to physically restrain and/or seclude a student, but only when there is immediate risk of physical harm to the student and/or others, there is no other safe and effective intervention possible and the physical restraint or seclusion is used in a manner that is age and developmentally-appropriate and protects the safety of all children and adults at school.
All restraint and seclusion shall only be done in accordance with this policy, which is based on the standards adopted by the State Board of Education.
Civil Rights Complaints Officers
2266 - Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Sex in Education, Programs or Activities
Title IX Coordinators
High School Principal Brianna Gerten
Elementary School Principal Cory Hilty
Title VI Coordinator
Non-discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, religion, ancestry.
Superintendent Jason Clark
Section 504 Coordinator
Non-discrimination on the basis of disability
Cory Hilty, Principal