Sexual Harassment and Misconduct, Discrimination, and Bullying - Title IX

Ensuring Title II, VI, VII, IX Compliance

Lincoln County School District #2 prohibits any harassment on the basis of sex in its education programs or any activity that it operates, including in employment.

Title IX Coordinator:
Nathan Wescott, Director of Special Services

District’s Title IX Coordinator is designated and authorized to oversee compliance with all aspects of the District’s Sexual Harassment Policy. Inquiries about the application of Title IX to the District may be referred to the Title IX Coordinator, who may be reached at the District Administration Building, 360 South Jefferson St., by email at, or phone (307) 885-3811.

Federal Law

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”), 20 U.S.C. §1681 , is a Federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs and activities.  All public and private elementary and secondary schools, school districts, colleges, and universities (hereinafter “schools”) receiving any Federal funds must comply with Title IX.  Under Title IX, discrimination on the basis of sex can include sexual harassment or sexual violence

Policies and Procedures:


Use this form to report possible incidents of sexual harassment and misconduct, disctrimmination and bullying.

Submit to the building principal, department director, or district Title IX Coordinator.


McGrath Instructor Certification

Title IX Coordinator

Title IX Team

McGrath Response System


Global Compliance Network Training

All Staff


Discrimination is an unfair and unequal action fueled by prejudice and targeting a member of a protected class.

Discriminatory harassment is unwelcome behavior that offends, ridicules, or demeans another individual based on their belonging to a protected class.

Bullying is a pattern of behavior or a single serious incident when a person uses power in an intentional manner, including verbal, physical, written, or electronic communication against one or more students or employees.

A hostile environment is when the impact of harassment limits an employee or student’s ability to participate in, or benefit from, the school’s services, activities, or opportunities.

Sexual Harassment is unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal/visual/physical conduct of sexual nature.

Title IX Sexual Harassment:  

  1. Quid pro quo
  2. Severe, pervasive, and objectively offensive
  3. Sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking

Definitions continue to evolve through legislation, court cases, and state/federal policies and regulations. 


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