Title IX

Amelia County Public Schools (ACPS) is committed to a learning and working environment free from all forms of discrimination and does not tolerate acts of sexual or gender-based misconduct. Any student who believes that he or she has been subjected to sexual or gender-based misconduct, any parent of such a student, or any student who believes that another student is being subjected to sexual or gender-based misconduct is encouraged to report the misconduct to ACPS, specifically to their school principal. Any employee who believes that a student is being subjected to sexual or gender-based misconduct, or has received notice of such, is required to report such suspected misconduct to the school principal. 


When an investigation reveals that sexual misconduct has occurred, ACPS will take prompt and effective steps to end the misconduct, prevent its recurrence, and remedy its effect - including providing interim and ongoing measures as necessary to protect the reporting student and ensure his or her safety. Students found to engage in acts of sexual misconduct or other acts that create a hostile environment will be dealt with promptly, and discipline may include, but is not limited, to suspension or expulsion. ACPS encourages students, parents, and staff to work together to prevent sexual or gender-based misconduct of any kind.


Training for Title IX:

  • Best Practices in Training and Compliance – Part I and Part II Training – September 14, 2021 in conjunction with VSBA (Virginia School Board Association)
  • ACPS Division Wide Training – Title IX Sexual Harassment Training


For more information, please contact:
ACPS Title IX Coordinator
Dr. Jan Medley
8701 Otterburn Road, Suite 101
Amelia, VA 23002
Phone: 804-561-2621
[email protected]

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