Please take a minute to review our Title I Information.
Any student, employee, or community member who believes that they have experienced or witnessed discrimination or harassment may make a complaint by completing this form which is submitted directly to the Hamilton Discrimination Prevention and Response Coordinator.
Students and DPS employees are encouraged to make a report internally directly to their school’s Discrimination Prevention and Response Designee, principal, trusted adult (students), or their HR Partner (employees). Parents and community members are also encouraged to report directly to the school or department where the harassment or discrimination took place or to the Office of Family and Community Engagement at 720-423-3054.
DPS does not condone or tolerate discrimination or harassment based on protected class, and strives to create learning and working environments that are truly affirming and inclusive. Our prohibition on discrimination and harassment extends to admission and employment. Through enforcement of the policy and regulations linked below, the District seeks to prevent and correct any discriminatory behavior, breaking historical patterns of inequity, not by accident, but by design.
Click on the link below to the access policies and processes we use to support that effort.
File a Title IX Concern form to alert us to concerns about sexual harassment, including quid pro quo harassment, sexual assault, domestic or dating violence, or stalking. Complainants can use this form to request Supportive Measures and talk with a Title IX Coordinator about the option to file a formal Complaint.
You may also share your concern via email with our Title IX Coordinator, Assistant Principal Rachel Langberg (Rachel_Langberg@dpsk12.org).
Title 1 Prensentation (other language options available)
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