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District Policies

Equity Compliance Officer

Dr. Deanna Cardoza,


1771 East Pacific Avenue559-686-1675


Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA), Titles I and II of the ADA of 1990, and Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and our own organization’s Mission and Vision Statements, Liberty Elementary School District has a commitment to making its services accessible to all segments of our community. Liberty Elementary School District is committed to ensuring our services accessible to everyone. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding accessibility, please contact us, as we are continually striving to improve the experience for all of our visitors.
Web Compliance
The Liberty Elementary School District strives to be ADA Compliant. If you experience difficulty with the accessibility of any web pages or documents, please contact us. Please note, some of our web pages contain links to external websites. The Liberty Elementary School District is not responsible for the content contained on external websites.


We do not collect any personal information unless you voluntarily provide it by sending us an email, participating in a survey, or completing an online form. Personal information submitted will not be transferred to any non-affiliated third parties unless otherwise stated at the time of collection. When a user submits personally identifiable information, it is used only for the purpose stated at the time of collection.


Liberty Elementary School District strives to provide a safe school environment that allows all students equal access and opportunities in the district's academic and other educational support programs, services, and activities.
The Board prohibits discrimination, intimidation, harassment (including sexual harassment) or bullying based on a person’s actual or perceived age, ancestry, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, immigration status, marital status, medical information, national origin, parental status, pregnancy status, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics


Liberty Elementary School District and Board of Trustees recognize the harmful effects of bullying on student well-being, student learning, and school attendance and desires to provide safe school environment that protects students from physical and emotional harm. No individual or group shall, through physical, written, verbal, visual, or other means, harass, sexually harass, threaten, intimidate, cyberbully, cause bodily injury to, or commit hate violence against any other student or school personnel, or retaliate against them for filing a complaint or participating in the complaint resolution process.


The Board of Trustees recognize that suicide is a major cause of death among youth and that school personnel who regularly interact with students are often in a position to recognize the warning signs of suicide and to offer appropriate referral and/or assistance. In an effort to reduce suicidal behavior and its impact on students and families, the Superintendent or designee shall develop measures and strategies for suicide prevention, intervention, and post-vention.


The Board of Trustees is committed to providing a safe learning environment that protects students from discrimination, harassment, intimidation, bullying, and other behavior motivated by a person's hostility towards another person's real or perceived ethnicity, national origin, immigrant status, sex, gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, age, disability, or any other physical or cultural characteristic. The Superintendent or designee shall design strategies to promote harmonious relationships among students, prevent incidents of hate-motivated behavior to the extent possible, and address such incidents if they occur.


Addressing Interactions with Students

The Board of Trustees expects district employees to maintain the highest ethical standards, behave professionally, follow district policies and regulations, abide by state and federal laws, and exercise good judgment when interacting with students and other members of the school community. Employees shall engage in conduct that enhance the integrity of the district, advance the goals of the district's educational programs, and contribution to a positive school climate.
The Board of Trustees desires to provide a positive school environment that protects the safety and well-being of district students. The Board expects all adults with whom students may interact at school or in school-related activities, including employees, independent contractors, and volunteers, to maintain the highest professional and ethical standards in their interactions with students both within and outside the educational setting. Such adults shall not engage in unlawful or inappropriate interactions with students and shall avoid boundary-blurring behaviors that undermine trust in the adult-student relationship and lead to the appearance of impropriety.


The Board of Trustees believes that the identification of homeless students is critical to improving the educational outcomes of such students and ensuring that homeless students have access to the same free and appropriate public education provided to other students within the district. The district shall provide homeless students with access to education and other services necessary for such students to meet the same challenging academic standards as other students.
When there are at least 15 homeless students in the district or a district school, the district's local control and accountability plan (LCAP) shall include goals and specific actions to improve student achievement and other outcomes of homeless students.