ROYAL GREEN ELEMENTARY
13047 S.W. 47 STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33175
PH: (305)221-4452 FAX: (305)220-6238
Pre-K to 1st Grade 8:20 a.m to 1:50 p.m.
2nd Grade to 5th Grade 8:35 a.m. to 3:05 p.m.
BEFORE SCHOOL HOURS: 7:00 A.M TO 8:15 A.M.
STORY HOURS: 1:50 P.M. TO 3:05 P.M.
AFTER SCHOOL HOURS: 3:05 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools
The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida
Ms. Perla Tabares Hantman, Chair
Dr. Martin Karp, Vice Chair
Dr. Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall
Ms. Susie V. Castillo
Dr. Lawrence S. Feldman
Dr. Steve Gallon III
Ms. Lubby Navarro
Dr. Marta Pérez
Ms. Mari Tere Rojas
Bryce Febres, Student Advisor
Mr. Alberto M. Carvalho
Superintendent of Schools
Mrs. Valtena G. Brown
Deputy Superintendent/Chief Operating Officer, School Operations
We provide a world class education for every student.
To be the preeminent provider of the highest quality education that empowers all students to be productive lifelong learners and responsible global citizens.
Excellence - We pursue the highest standards in academic achievement and organizational performance.
Equity - We foster an environment that serves all students and aspires to eliminate the achievement gap.
Student Focus - We foster an environment that serves all students and aspires to eliminate the achievement gap.
Innovation - We encourage creativity and adaptability to new ideas and methods that will support and improve student learning.
Accountability - We accept responsibility for our successes and challenges and seek to transparently share our work in an ethical manner, as we strive towards continuous improvement.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Message from Principal
Message from Assistant Principal
School’s Mission Statement
Feeder Pattern Schools
Academic Programs – Student Progression Plan (SPP)
Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD)
Closing of School
Emergency Contact Information
Protocols for Addressing Concerns
Safety and Security
School Center for Special Instructions (SCSI)
School Class Pictures Process
Student Success Centers
Verification of Residency
Appendix A – School Calendars
Appendix B – School Board Policies and State Statutes
Message from the Principal
Welcome to Royal Green Elementary School. This handbook has been prepared to provide you with relevant information concerning procedures and guidelines for the school. With your support and cooperation, we will have a successful school year. Our teaching is directed to the whole child; making our school a caring community, conducive to teaching and learning. I look forward to working with the Royal Green Elementary School community as we continue to commit ourselves to excellence in education.
The administration, teachers and staff would like to thank our wonderful Royal Green PTA for all their support and for purchasing the school agendas for our students in first through fifth grade for the 2017 - 2018 school year. We appreciate our PTA!!!
Ms. Alba M. Misas
Message from the Assistant Principal
Dear Students and Parents,
I am once again honored and excited to start another “SUPER” year at Royal Green Elementary. I am eager to begin this new year and start what I know will be a productive school year full of learning and memorable experiences! Please know that I will again work very diligently along with the teachers and the support personal at our school to ensure that our children feel appreciated and are excited about learning!
Once again Royal Green Elementary has proven to be an “A” school and this is thanks to the team effort that has been evident throughout the years. As the saying goes, "It takes a village to raise a child." We, together as parents and school professionals are in the perfect position to provide the greatest educational benefit for our students. With your assistance and support, I know that our children will continue to make significant academic gains as well as develop both socially and emotionally.
I look forward to continue creating positive lasting relationships with you and your family so that we could make this 2017-2018 a “SUPER” year!
ROYAL GREEN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT
ROYAL GREEN ELEMENTARY WILL STRIVE TO
PROMOTE EMOTIONAL GROWTH AND ACADEMIC
IMPROVEMENT IN A SAFE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
WITH INVOLVEMENT AND COMMITMENT FROM
PARENTS, STUDENTS, STAFF AND COMMUNITY
Feeder Pattern Schools
Elementary Schools Middle Schools Senior High School
Bent Tree Elementary Miami Arts Studio G. Holmes Braddock Senior
Greenglade Elementary W.R. Thomas Middle
Royal Green Elementary Paul Bell Middle
Zora Neal Hurston Elementary Howard McMillan Middle
Ethel K. Beckham Elementary
Joe Hall Elementary
Village Green Elementary
Marjory Stoneman Douglas El.
The early release of students causes disruption to the academic performance of all students and may create safety and security concerns. No students shall be released within the final thirty (30) minutes of the school day unless authorized by the Principal or Principal’s designee (i.e., emergency, sickness).
Students who are tardy to school must report to the Attendance Office to secure an admit. Excessive tardies may result in loss of privileges, detention, parent conference, and/or suspension.
Please be sure your child’s name is on all personal possessions such as coats, sweaters, lunchboxes, raincoats, book bags, etc.
Lost articles will be placed in the “Lost & Found” box located next to the students’ bathrooms in the cafeteria. Items unclaimed will be donated to charity twice a year.
September 11-15, 2017
SEPTEMBER 13, 2017
September 18-22, 2017
September 25-29, 2017
September 25-29, 2017
Interim Progress Report Distribution
Report Card Distribution
Academic Programs – Student Progression Plan (SPP)
Provides guidance to teachers, school and district administrators, parents and other stakeholders regarding the requirements and procedures for students to progress from one grade to the next, kindergarten through grade 12 and adult education. The information presented in this document is derived from requirements set forth by Florida Statues, State Board of Education Rules and Policies established by The School Board of Miami-Dade County.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
Bring Your Own Device allows students, parents, staff and guests to use their own technology during the day to enhance the learning experience. Examples of the types of technology which can be used are Windows laptops/tablets, Mac laptops, Android tablets, and iPads.
The health and physical well-being of all students is a matter of great concern to us. Royal Green Elementary is Health Connect School with a clinic and a team of professionals including a nurse , nurse practitioner and social worker. Students who become ill will be sent to the clinic to see the nurse or nurse practitioner, and parents will be contacted. For this reason, it is most important that we are notified immediately if a telephone number is changed and that emergency contact information be kept up-to-date. We appreciate your making arrangements to take your child home promptly in order to receive adequate care. In the beginning of the school year, the clinic personnel will send home information along with a consent form giving permission to them to treat your child(ren) with first aide.
Closing of School
The emergency closing of a school for any cause, such as weather or in which the safety of individuals may be endangered, is only at the discretion of the Superintendent of Schools.
Dismissal by Grade Levels
-Pre-Kinder and Kindergarten – will be dismissed at 1:50 p.m. and will be in lines for parent pick up outside the Kindergarten building (SW 47 St.)
-First Grade – will be dismissed at 1:50 p.m. will be picked up in the dismissal area on SW 129 Ct.
-Second thru Fifth Grade – will be dismissed at 3:05 p.m. and are to be picked up in the dismissal area on SW 129 Ct. For the safety reasons, all parents must abide by the rules and follow the guides of our security monitors, teachers and/or administration while picking up children.
Teachers will be supervising the students for 15 minutes after dismissal time. Students who have not been picked up by that time will be escorted to the cafeteria where they will wait for their parents. Parents must sign a log indicating the time that they have picked up their child(ren). Please be reminded that the school cannot assume responsibility for children after the dismissal time unless the child is involved in the After School Care Program.
Students who walk home must provide teachers a written consent from parents. Please be advised that student walkers will not be allowed to walk home during rainy days.
Rainy Day Dismissal
Each parent and child should develop a plan for rainy day dismissal. Because of the limited availability of phones, the plan should not be "call home". Pre-K and Kindergarten students are to be picked up in their classrooms. First grade students will be dismissed from the First grade wing. If rainy/stormy weather occurs during dismissal time, second through fifth grade students will be held in the cafeteria until a parent or authorized adult comes into the main building by the front entrance to pick them up. Parents will not be allowed to come into the cafeteria by the back entrance of the cafeteria (faculty parking lot). The private buses will be stationed in the faculty parking lot to pickup students only. Also, please remember that dismissal during rainy days can be hectic. We must all be patient and considerate of others. The most important consideration is the safety of our children. Students will not be allowed to walk home alone when it is thundering.
RAINY DAY PROCEDURES
On rainy mornings, PK-5th students will wait for their teachers in the cafeteria. Teachers or school personnel will pick up students in the cafeteria following the schedule delineated above. Also, Kindergarten gates will open every morning from 8:15-8:20 including rainy days.
On rainy afternoons, there will be a sign on the sidewalk indicating Rainy Day Procedures should be followed.
Rainy Days Pick up procedures are as follows:
Pre-K, Kindergarten and First grade students are to wait for their parents in their classrooms.
Second, Third, Fourth, and Fifth grade will wait to be picked up in the cafeteria.
The school elevator is to be used by individuals who are handicapped/injured and cannot use the stairs.
Emergency Contact Information
Emergency Student Data Forms are distributed during the first week of school. Students are expected to bring the forms home and present them to their parents/guardians. The form must be carefully completed and returned. The information provided on the Emergency Student Data Forms will enable school staff to contact the parent/guardian immediately in the case of an emergency. Students may only be released from school to the persons listed on the form after presenting a picture identification. No persons, other than school staff, will have access to the information submitted.
All fieldtrips must be approved by the principal and Region Superintendent. Participation in fieldtrips requires that the student present a fieldtrip form signed by the parent/guardian to his/her teacher(s) in advance. In addition, at times vendors who have a “no refund” policy will require schools to pay the full amount of the fieldtrip prior to the event. In this case, students/parents will be notified in advance of the vendor’s “no refund” policy.
Principals are encouraged to work with teachers and parents to implement guidelines found in Homework Policy 2330. Teachers are required to provide students with make-up assignments once the absence has been excused; however, it is the responsibility of the student to request the assignments from the teacher(s).
The Division of Athletics, Activities and Accreditation works with M-DCPS school sites to provide students with opportunities to participate in athletics at various levels. Athletic programs are offered at K-8 Centers, middle schools and high schools. At the middle schools, athletics consists of intramural and interscholastic programs. At the high school level, interscholastic programs are offered at most senior high schools.
For participation in interscholastic athletics at the middle school level, a student must have a 2.00 GPA in conduct and academics to participate. His or her parent must sign the M-DCPS Middle School Athletic Program Consent and Release from Liability Certificate. For participation in interscholastic athletics at the high school level, a GPA of 2.00 in conduct and academics is required except for incoming freshman. All participants must purchase athletic and/or football insurance to participate and must have a current physical form on file.
The parents and student must also sign the Contract for Student Participation in Interscholastic Competitions or Performances. The District also has policies concerning transfer students and participation in athletics. If a parent has questions concerning these policies, he or she should contact the Division of Athletics, Activities and Accreditation.
School lunchtime should be an opportunity to encourage healthy lifestyle, promote socialization that will affect early behaviors.
The Department of Food and Nutrition serves healthy meals daily. Please visit nutrition.dadeschools.net for details on menus, programs, and services.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools offers breakfast free of charge to all M-DCPS Students. The breakfast at no charge is not dependent on the student qualifying for free/reduced price meals at lunch.
The USDA Child Nutrition Programs as administered by Miami-Dade County Public Schools provide free and reduced priced lunch for children unable to pay the full price. In place of the paper application, School Meal Program Brochures are distributed to all students informing parents on the application process and meal program. Parents are encouraged to complete an online application at:
Paper applications are available in the school front office upon request. Many students are approved through Direct Certification and do not submit a lunch application. If approved for meal benefits, the approval status is valid throughout the school year, the summer, and approximately the first twenty days of the next school year.
All Students No Charge
Adults $ 2.00
Reduced Price lunch, all grade levels
Miami-Dade County Public School’s Department of Food and Nutrition allows parents/guardians the convenience to pay online for their child’s meals with a credit or debit card at paypams.com. Parents/guardians create an account in PayPams for the child, and will be able to access the following:
a. view the account balance
b. schedule automatic payments
c. receive low-balance e-mail reminders
d. view a report of daily spending and cafeteria purchases
Parents/Guardians should notify the school principal of any allergy or other medical condition their child has and request the appropriate forms for completion.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools created The Parent Academy to bridge the gap between home and school by connecting parents to valuable resources and information, which answers questions on topics that impact children’s lives, including helping children learn, parenting skills, financial management, and health and wellness.
The Parent Academy supports parents in becoming more involved in their children’s education and empowers them to set and achieve personal empowerment goals for higher education and career advancement by providing free, year-round workshops, classes and events at schools, libraries, parks, colleges, private businesses and neighborhood centers across the county.
Parents can participate in workshops and classes that are aligned to their needs and convenient to their homes and workplaces. Upcoming events and workshop offerings are listed on The Parent Academy website at parentacademymiami.com. For additional information, please call The Parent Academy at 305-995-2680.
Protocol for Addressing Concerns
For issues involving an individual teacher or class, parent/guardian address their concerns to the following individuals in the order below.
Recess is supervised, unstructured playtime where children have choices, develop rules for play and release energy and stress. Recess will be conducted outdoors when weather permits. In the case of inclement weather, appropriate recess activities will be conducted indoors.
Schools shall provide at least 100 minutes of supervised, safe, and unstructured free-play recess each week for students in kindergarten through grade 5, so that there are at least 20 consecutive minutes of free-play recess per day.
Safety and Security
In the event of an emergency, the primary responsibility of all school personnel is to provide for the safety of all students. In the event a school administrator announces a possible threat to students and staff safety exists within the community (Code Yellow), or an imminent threat to students and staff safety exists within the school (Code Red) students, faculty and staff will comply with all the procedures outlined in the Miami-Dade County Public Schools Critical Incident Response Plan and remain on lockdown until a school administrator makes an “All Clear” announcement.
Student and employee safety is a primary concern of the Miami-Dade County Public School (M-DCPS) System. The Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) was created to provide school personnel with the necessary leadership skills and knowledge needed to respond to critical incidents or other related emergencies that may occur in our schools/community. All schools have a site-specific plan to address all types of critical incidents. These plans address the individual needs of the school, and provide guidelines for devising methods for communicating with the staff, students, parents/guardians, and the media during a critical incident or an emergency. Some of the protective action procedures include the evacuation of students/staff from the building(s), evacuation of the disabled and if necessary the relocation of students/staff from the school campus, lockdown procedures and holding/dismissing students during school and community emergencies. Some important tips for parents/guardians to remember during a Critical Incident are as follows:
All school administrators, Region Center Superintendents/Directors and all M-DCPS Police officers have been adequately trained in the school EOP and are prepared to respond immediately during a critical incident or emergency to provide safety for all children.
BeSafe Anonymous Reporting System (Insert Flyer) http://hoover.dadeschools.net/portable_doc/68128_Be_Safe_Anonymous_Reporting_System_Flyer.pdf
Ten fire drills will take place during the school year according to the Miami-Dade County Public Schools Policy and Emergency Procedures. At the sound of the emergency bell, students must stop what they are doing and follow the teacher’s instructions. Students must clear the building promptly by the prescribed route. Any student who is in the hallway or the restroom at the sound of the emergency bell must proceed to the nearest exit and locate the teacher. Students, teachers and staff must remain outside the building until permission is given to re-enter.
Due to legal regulations, students are not permitted to have guests attend school with them at any time. Parents/guardians are always welcome and tours may be arranged to view the school. Classroom visits require a 24-hour notice. Visitors must first register with security at the main entrance, sign-in, produce photo identification, and then proceed to register in the main office. Anyone who fails to follow these procedures will be considered a trespasser and is subject to arrest.
All School Activities, clubs, and organizations must be approved by the principal and conform to the district policies 5845 - Student Activities, 5830 - Student Fundraising and 9211 – Parent Organization, Booster Clubs, and Other Fund-Raising Activities.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools’ students may participate in a wide variety of activities, including student council, subject-area clubs, honor societies, service clubs, school publications and class activities. School-sponsored clubs may be curriculum-related or noncurriculum-related.
Curriculum-related clubs are student groups whose goals are an extension of the activities and objectives in a particular subject area within the school's curriculum. Conversely, noncurriculum-related clubs are student groups whose goals are special interest oriented and not directly related to the curriculum. Meetings of noncurriculum-related clubs may be scheduled only at times when instruction is not taking place, either before or after school.
School Center for Special Instructions (SCSI)
School administrators may elect to assign students to the School Center for Special Instruction (SCSI) as an alternative to suspension from school. SCSI is designed to provide strategies and resources to students focused on learning new behavior skills. When misconduct in a class results in an assignment to SCSI, the student should be removed from only the class in which the misconduct occurred. Continued misconduct can result in the removal from all classes.
School Class Picture Process
The school class picture monies will no longer be collected by school staff for this activity. Collection of monies will be conducted by the photographer and/or photographer’s staff.
At no time, shall a staff member, parent, volunteer, or member of a school-allied organization such as the PTA handle school class picture monies.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools will transport more than 60,000 students a day this school year, using a fleet of 1,300 buses on nearly 1100 school-bus routes. The service is for students who live more than two (2) miles from their assigned school and for special needs students.
Before school begins, parents/guardians of all students eligible for bus transportation will receive a post card from the school district identifying the student's bus stop and times of pick up and delivery. Information on student bus assignments will be posted on the Parent Portal at www.dadeschools.net. The information on bus assignments on the Parent Portal is updated each night. Parents/guardians are encouraged to check the Parent Portal throughout the school year to obtain the most current information on their children’s bus assignment.
Parents interested in determining their child's transportation eligibility should contact their child's school for information.
The School Board of Miami-Dade County ensures that all students suspected of having a disability are identified, evaluated, and provided appropriate, specially designed instruction and related services, if it is determined that the student meets the state's eligibility criteria and the parent/ guardian consents to initial placement.
As the parent/guardian of a child with disabilities, you are a very important member of the team that plans your child's education. Be informed and get involved. If you have any questions, please contact your child's school. Staff from the special education department and your child's student service provider will help to answer your questions. Additional information may also be found at http://ese.dadeschools.net/.
Parents, guardians and students are protected by The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act and the Florida Statutes from individuals’ access to information in students’ educational records, and are provided the right to challenge the accuracy of these records. These laws provide that without the prior consent of the parent, guardian or eligible student, a student's records may not be released, except in accordance with the provisions listed in the above-cited laws. The laws provide certain exceptions to the prior consent requirement to the release of student records, which include, but are not limited to, school officials with a legitimate educational interest and lawfully issued subpoenas and court orders.
Each school must provide to the parents, guardians or eligible students annual notice in writing of their right to inspect and review student records. Once a student reaches 18 years of age or is attending an institution of post-secondary education, the consent is required from the student only, unless the student qualifies as a dependent under the law.
The program structure supports educational reform initiatives and takes into consideration current social climate and the unique issues faced by the multicultural/multilinguistic populations enrolled in Miami-Dade County Public Schools.
Student Success Centers
The Student Success Centers provide an educational setting and safe-haven for referred students (ages 11 and older) exhibiting Level III-IV behavior and (with Region approval) habitual Level II infractions of the Code of Student Conduct.
The School Board of Miami-Dade County has adopted comprehensive anti-discrimination and anti-bullying policies that require all students be treated with respect regardless of their unique characteristics, including sexual orientation or gender identity. Every student has the right to learn in a safe and accepting school environment and schools have a responsibility to provide a safe and nondiscriminatory environment for all students, including transgender and gender nonconforming students.
These guidelines are intended to promote a positive, proactive approach that upholds and protects the rights of transgender and gender nonconforming students; and best practices to ensure that transgender students and gender nonconforming students have equitable access to all aspects of school life (academic, extracurricular and social) in ways that preserve and protect their dignity.
Verifications of Residency
If verification is not provided or acceptable, the Superintendent may verify the student's residence.
Anyone who knowingly makes a false statement in writing with the intent to mislead a public servant in the performance of his/her official duty is guilty of a second-degree misdemeanor of the second degree under F.S. 837.06. In addition, anyone who knowingly makes a false verified declaration is guilty of perjury, a third-degree felony under F.S. 95.525.
The School Volunteer Program is responsible for electronic registration, background checks and trainings of volunteers. There are two different levels of volunteerism.
Level 1 - complete a database background check
Level 2 - complete a fingerprint background check
Any individual interested in volunteering in Miami-Dade County Public Schools must:
APPENDIX A – School Calendars
APPENDIX B –Commonly Referenced School Board Policies
Please refer to http://www.dadeschools.net/schoolboard/rules/ to
view full policies
Accident Reports/Incident Reports/School Safety
The District Critical Incident Response Team (DCIRT) is responsible for assisting schools with emergencies/critical incidents as needed and coordinate District resources.
Admission, Registration and Immunization Requirements
Animals on District Property
. Anti-Discrimination Policy
Attendance Policy/School Hours
Student attendance is a means of improving student performance and critical in raising student achievement. Together, the staff of Miami-Dade County Public Schools, students, parents and the community must make every effort to lessen the loss of instructional time to students
Ceremonies & Observances
Code of Student Conduct
Digital Conversion/Social Media
Fieldtrips/School Social Events
Food & Nutrition/Wellness Policy
includes student solicitation and collection of money for any purpose including collection of money in exchange for tickets, papers, or any other goods or services. Student fundraising in school, on school property, or at any school-sponsored event is permitted only when the profit is to be used for school purposes or for an activity connected with the schools.
the name of the school from the public for any purpose without prior approval of the school principal and the Region Superintendent or his/her designee. All approvals must be in writing using the approved District forms and must be retained at the school for audit purposes.
Parent Choice Student Transfers
Pledge of Allegiance
Schools of Choice/Magnet Schools
School Transportation/Bus Safety Conduct
The School Board shall provide a free, appropriate, public education for students with disabilities according to State and Federal laws, rules, and regulations and shall implement the procedures document entitled Exceptional Student Education Policies and Procedures.
Student Records/Access to Student Records
Parents and eligible students have the right to access education records, including the right to inspect and review those records, and have the right to waive their access to their education records in certain circumstances. Prior written consent of the parent, guardian, or eligible student shall be obtained prior to disclosing personally identifiable student information, except under certain circumstances.
Title I – School wide Program
Federal and State Laws
The School Board of Miami- Dade County, Florida adheres to a policy of nondiscrimination in employment and educational programs/activities and strives affirmatively to provide equal opportunity for all as required by:
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 - prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, or national origin.
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended - prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, gender. or national origin.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 - prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender.
Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA) as amended - prohibits discrimination on the basis of age with respect to individuals who are at least 40.
The Equal Pay Act of 1963 as amended - prohibits gend0r discrimination in payment of wages to women and men performing substantially equal work in the same establishment.
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 - prohibits discrimination against the disabled.
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) - prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in employment, public service, public accommodations and telecommunications.
The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA)- requires covered employers to provide up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave to "eligible" employees for certain family and medical reasons.
The Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978 - prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions.
Florida Educational Equity Act (FEEA) - prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, gender, national origin, marital status, or handicap against a student or employee.
Florida Civil Rights Act of 1992 - secures for all individuals within the state freedom from discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap, or marital status.
Title II of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 (GINA) - prohibits discrimination against employees or applicants because of genetic information.
Boy Scouts of America Equal Access Act of 2002 - no public school shall deny equal access to, or a fair opportunity for groups to meet on school premises or in school facilities before or after school hours, or discriminate against any group officially affiliated with Boy Scouts of America or any other youth or community group listed in Title 36 (as a patriotic society).
Veterans are provided reemployment rights in accordance with PL. 93·508 (Federal Law) and Section
295.07 (Florida Statutes), which stipulate categorical preferences for employment.
School Board Policies 1362, 3362, 4362, and 5517 - Prohibit harassment and/or discrimination against students, employees, or applicants on the basis of sex, race, color, ethnic or national origin, religion, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, political beliefs. sexual orientation, gender, gender identification, social and family background, linguistic preference, pregnancy, citizenship status, and any other legally prohibited basis. Retaliation for engaging in a protected activity is also prohibited.
For additional information contact:
Office of Civil Rights Compliance (CRC)
Executive Director/Title IX Coordinator
155N.E. 15th Street, Suite Pl04E
Miami, Florida 33132
Phone: (305) 995·1580 TDD: (305) 995·2400