Appeal of Interim Measures
Interim measures that may include, but are not limited to:
- Temporary suspension of the accused’s eligibility for enrollment or attendance, as well as denial of the accused access to BUSD's facilities or property.
- Temporary suspension or limitation of the accused’s eligibility to enjoy certain privileges, or participate in or attend certain events (or certain kinds of events).
- Issuance of a No Contact order
- Temporary student suspension or employment suspension
- Change of Placement
Within five days of receipt of notice of any interim measures imposed, an accused person(s) may appeal the interim measures, in writing, to the Superintendent. The interim measures will remain in effect pending the outcome of any appeal. The Superintendent will provide the Complainant with a copy of any appeal filed pursuant to this section via certified mail, return receipt or in person. The Complainant may submit a response to the appeal within three business days after receipt. The Superintendent may accept, reject or modify the interim measures imposed by the Title IX Coordinator.