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Title IX - Sexual Harrassment

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) prohibits sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity) discrimination in any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance. Title IX Prohibits Sexual Harassment1 and Sexual Violence Where You Go to School. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”), 20 U.S.C. §1681 et seq., is a Federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs and activities.
For questions or support contact our Title IX Coordinator: 
K-12 Finance & Business Director - David Mallett - [email protected] 
Title IX Coordinator
  • David Mallett - Finance and Business Director


Title IX Investigators

  • Kera Pratt - ES Principal
  • Steve Thygesen - MS Principal
  • Adam DiGiacomo - HS Principal
  • Sarah Shoemaker - ES Assistant Principal
  • Casey Baldwin - MS Assistant Principal
  • Ellie Kempfe - HS Assistant Principal
  • Von Miller - HS Assistant Principal
  • Chavonne Demler - Human Resources Manager


Title IX Decision Maker

  • April Wilkin - Executive Director


Title IX Appellate Decision Maker

  • Prospect Ridge Academy Board of Directors


The principle of non-discrimination seeks to guarantee that human rights are exercised without discrimination of any kind based on race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status such as disability, age, marital and family status, sexual orientation and gender identity, health status, place of residence, economic and social situation.

For questions, support, or to submit a report contact the Executive Director: 
K-12 - April Wilkin  [email protected] 

Child Abuse/Neglect Mandatory Reporting

Reporting: 1-844-CO4KIDS (1-844-264-5437)
The school employee having knowledge of suspected abuse or neglect of a child shall immediately report to the County Department of Social Services the student resides in or local law enforcement. 
Reports of suspected abuse or neglect by a parent or someone in a child’s home should be directed to Social Services. 
Reports suspected abuse or neglect by a third party should be directed to local law enforcement.
For questions or support contact your level Counselor: 
Elementary School
Sarah Wetzbarger - [email protected]
Middle School
Monique Fredericks - [email protected] 
High School
Ashley Tipton - [email protected]
Scott Iten - [email protected] 
Nicolette Griffith - [email protected] 


What Is Safe2Tell Colorado?

Safe2Tell Colorado is a Colorado model prevention strategy operating under the Colorado Attorney General’s Office, Department of Law. Founded in 2004, Safe2Tell Colorado is the law-enforcement led component of School Safety for the state of Colorado. Colorado schools are required by the Colorado Department of Education to include Safe2Tell Colorado as part of school safety planning.
The mission of Safe2Tell Colorado is to ensure that every Colorado student, parent, teacher and community member has access to a safe and anonymous way to report any concerns to their safety or the safety of others, with a focus on early intervention and prevention through awareness and education. 

How Does Safe2Tell Colorado Work?

Safe2Tell Colorado calls, web and mobile app tips are answered 24/7/365 by trained communications professionals. Reports are sent to the appropriate school and law enforcement agency for investigation and follow-up. 
To make a report, call 1-877-542-7233 from anywhere, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The call is free. You may also make a report by clicking the button above this section or download the Safe2Tell mobile app on the Apple App Store or Google Play. Remember, your identity is safe. No one will ask for your name or number. There is no caller id., no call tracing, no call recording and no call forwarding. We only want to hear your concern and try to help.
Use Safe2Tell Colorado wisely! 
Safe2Tell is for legitimate safety concerns and focuses on saving lives of Colorado students. 
Intentionally making false reports is not a good use of school, law enforcement or Safe2Tell time. 
It also takes valuable resources away from those who are experiencing a genuine crisis and actually need help. Should Safe2Tell Colorado become the victim of prank calls, the line will be forwarded to a traceable line. Deliberate false reports made by phone, online or mobile app may be investigated.