1 KHSAA Form T76 REV.10/09 KHSAA TITLE IX RE-VISIT FINAL AUDIT REPORT (porschools re-visited during the schoolyear). : Prepared By:M adha M ullins Januâry18,2011 Telephone NumberofReviewer!(869) Reviewed By: Darren Bilberry,Asst.Com m issioner Com pleted Required Form é Verificatioh offorms (Form GE-50) Padicipation Oppodunities SummaryChart(Form T-7O) BenefitsSummaryCharts(FormsT-71& T-72) BenefitsPublicity(Form T-73) Corective ActionPlan Sum mary Chads (Form T-74) Yes X No Q Yes X NO L Yes IXIN: L Yes ExDNO Z1 Yes Ex3 No Q 2. O pportunitiescom ponentoftitle IX Com pliance A rea ofcom pliance: (CheckOneorMore) X A SubstantialPropodionality B C History and C ohtinuing Practice OfProgram sexpansion Fulland Effective Accom m odation ofinterestand Abilities
2 A).W asthesubstantialproportionalitytest(t-1)anareainwhichtheschoolmettitleix Oppodunities com pliance? YesIXINo D Com ments:. B).Wasthe HistoryandContinuingPracticeofProgram ExpansionTest(T-2)anareainwhich the schoolmettitle IX O ppodunities com plïance? Yes L No (E1 C).W asthe Fuland EfectiveAccommodationsofInterestandAbilitiesTest (T-3)an area in which the schoolmettitle IX Opportunities compliance? Yes D No X Com ments:students have indicated on the Student lnterest Survey an ongoing interests in cross-country,tennis,and sw im m ing and diving.schoolpersonnelwere advised to address these interests form alyrdocum ehting the a tem pts and theirresults. Tennis was a pad ofthe athletics program atthe tim e ofthe originalon-site visit.subsequent w aterdam age to the couds rebulted indiscontinuation ofthe spod. 3. Is the schools m ostrecentstudentinterestsurvey accurate in relation to the assessm entof Interests & Abilities? Yes X No D Com ments:
3 4.C hecklistofthe Title IX Com onents ofthe lnterscholastic Pro ram Benefitto Satisfactory Deficient Com m ents Students Accom m odation X The schoolhas m etthe standards fortitle IX ofinterests and Abilities com pliance with Test 1 for the schoolyear. Equipm entand X There was no significant difference in the Supplies provision of this benefit to m ale and female spods.the schoolhas im plem ented a uniform purchase rotation plan to better monitor equitable distribution ofnew uniform s, It was repoded that volleyba l players and baseba lplayers have been purchasing their Wn UnlOCY S. e ra Iona e glven WaS e players wishedtoretaintheuniforms insteadof havlng them placed in the schools athletics inventory. Som e team s raise funds in order to be purchase shoes. Scheduling of X The school has m et the requirem ents for Gam es and scheduling girls basketball hom e games for Practice Tim e the season. Use of the gym is rotated betweep boys and gifls basketbal during the season. Usage chads did not delineate gym use forvo leyba l,however no conflict regarding scheduling was reported by No w ritten policy was found thatoutlined the process of scheduling and approval of com petitive schedules.itis recom m ended that the Gender Equity Review Com m ittee revîew aiischedules and thatits approvalbe a pad of the m eeting m inutes priorto finalapprovalby adm inistration, No policy w as found related to the approvalof the scheduling of over-night trips. Cursory review of current-year schedules and interviews w ith studeht-athletes did notreveal evidence ofgenderbias. Traveland Per X Policy set by the Iocal Board of Education Diem Allowances requires thataiistudent-athletes be transported by bus. Currentpolic re uires pia ers to a form eals - 3-
4 following competition, except in the case of KHSAA tournam ents. No policy was found related to pre-gam e m eals. Itwas notclearhow lodging expensesand per diem alowances forinvitationaltournaments or overnighttripswere m anaged Coaching X A review of coaching stipends showed no discrepancy in the am ount of com pensation paid to coaches of Iike-spods. Differentials am ong coaches appeared to be the result of base salaries forteaching,which are based on Ievels ofexperience and certifidation.in so far as salary an indication of experience, it experienced than those forfem ale team s. Since the originalon-site visitthere has been an attrition of fem ale coaches. It is recom m ended thatan em phasis be placed on providing m ore fem ale coaches. It was noted that financial assistance for coachesattendance atstate tournaments w as outlined in the schools coaching guidelines, hofever no stipends for professional developm entofcoaching skills were recorded. If coaches of m ale sports have m ore experience than those forfemale spods,itis recom m ended that com pensated professional developm entoppodunities be provided forthe lessexperienced coaches. LockerRoom s, X AIlIockerroom s are shared exceptthose for Practice and boysand girlsbasketball. Com petitive Facilities The softball dressing area had individual clothes hooks and shelving in Iieu oflockers. It is recomm ended that individual Iockers or sim ilar arrangem ent be provided which provides security and privacy for personal belongings. Itis recomm ended thatcontrasting coloring be applied to the outfield fence on the softbalfield to im prove visualacuity and safety forplayers. A green w indscreen wassuggested. Medicaland X The schooldoes not have a training room. Training Facilities Schoolpersonnelrepoded having a volunteer m edical professional on contract to provide - 4 -
5 and Services services once a week for therapeutic review and advisem ent. The weightroom is accessible to a Iathletes. School personnel were advised to provide equipm ent m ore suitable fof use by female athletes and for m iddle school players. ln addition, it was suggested that m otivational amenities be added to the wals to encourage padicipants in ailsports. Publicity X There is no organized booster club. Parental groups suppod individualteam activities. Policies on an awards system to recognîze student-athlete achievem ent were Iim ited to no ICO a e IS rlc WOU PrOVI e One hundred doplars to each athletic team for awards. No w ritten policy was found on the selection and assignment of cheerleaders,though the form subm ited on Publicity-support groups. Form T-73 for the re-visit reflected equitable practices used by schoolpersonnelforthese purposes. Spiritgroups should be encouraged to support and prom ote attendance atm ore girlsspoding eventsthanjustbasketbal. No policies w ere found related to award banquets or other cerem onies. Placement of trophies,enlarged team photographs,banners or other sym bols of recognition were not present. Suppod Services X The centraldistribution offunds forteam needs has been lim ited. The m oney raised by individual team s has been theirs to spend according to requests by the head coach for specific services, travel (other than bus transpodation), and purchase of equipment, awards,orothersport-specific items. A strategy needs to be developed to ensure thatthe benefits provided student-athletes are distributed between m ale and fem ale team s equitably. The provision ofoffice space forcoachesw as reviewed. It was recom mended that offices - 5-
6 Athletic Scholarships Tutoring N/A N/A w ith attached rest room s be divided equally betw een coachesofm ale and fem ale spods.it w as recom m ended that arrangements be m ade on cam pus forprivate conferencesw ith players outside of practice or com petition in those instances w here office space is not provided,i,e.off-cam pus coaches. Housing and X Policy shoqld be developed related to provision Dining Facilities ofpre-game and/orany otheron-cam pus meal and Services service connected to team ractice ot com petition. Recruitm entof StudentAthletes N/A 5. BriefSummary/AnalysisoftheCorrectiveActionPlan(Form T-74) Focus has been on the im provem entand construction offacilities and in increasing girls participationin athletics - 6-
7 6. O bsew ed Deficiencies in OveralGirls and BoysAthletics Program s The school lacks central policy that ensures the m onitoring of gender equity in the provision ofbenefits. KHSAA Recom mended Action in relation to new deficienoies orareas ofconcern As an attachm entto the annualtitle IX report, due April15,2911,school personnelwillsubm itthe plan foraddressing the softballdressing area inadequaciesand the provision ofbettervisua!safety forthe outfield fencing. 8. KHSAA Recom mended Action in relation to reoccurring deficiencies A) PUBLICITY--AS an atachmentto the annualtitle IX repod,due April 45,2011,schoolpersonnelwilsubmita Iisting ofevents orprojectsplanned for e - sc oo yearw Ic are eslgne O promo e a en ance a girs Sportcompetitions, B) SUPPORT SERVICES- AS an atachmentto the annualtitle IX report, due April15,2011,schoolpersonnelw ilsubm ita chartindicating the office spaces assigned aiihead coaches.include the accom modations thathave been m ade for private conferences between off-cam pus coaches and players outside ofpractice orcom petition. C) SUPPORT SERVICES- AS an atachmentto the annualtitle IX repod,due April 16,2011,schoolpersonnelwillsubm it an approved plan for ensuring the equitable distributionofbenefits to m ale and fem ale student-athletes. D) SUPPORT SERVICES- AS an attachment to the annualtitle IX repod,due April16,2011,schoolpersonnelwilsubm itapproved policies on the fo low ing: 1)The role and duties ofthe GenderEquity Review Comm itee. 2)The provisionofathleticgearbytheschoolfrom centralbudgetsandfundraising, and w hatthe student-athlete Is required to purchase.include the process by whichmonitorinqfortitleix compliance isensured. 3)A policyforperdjem forregularseasonplaytoinclude Iodging. 4)A policyforon-cqmpusmealservice,i.e.pre-game mealserviceorsnacks 5)A policy forawards forstudent-athletic achievement. NO TE:include any otherpolicies developed forthe specific operation ofthe athletics program atthe school.
8 9.Attendance High SchoolTitle IX Coordinator:M arshalenoch DistrictLevelTitle IX Coordinator:M arshallenoch Nam e Title Tele hone Ton Howell G irlssoccercoach BrentM athew G irlsbasketballcoach Ashle Troutm an Princial David M ccam m on FootballCoach DeAnn Peerc Parent Shele Roberts Parent Kelse Colter Student-athlete Ke l Baird Board M em ber M or an Davis Student-athlete Chris Stein Vo le ba lcoach M arshallenoch AthleticsDirector G ordon Bocock KHSAA Auditor M adha M ullins KHSAA Auditor Com m ents: School personnelw ere prepared for the re-visit.a I m em bers ofthe G ender Equity Review Commitee were in atendance atthe meetinj and actively padicipated in discussions.the schools perm anenttitle IX file w as avallable forreview and appeared up to date. Since the originalvisitin the schoolhas added volleyba land soccerforgirls, m ore accurately reflecting interests expressed by fem ale students.o therdeficiencies have been corrected forthe mostgart)withthe exceptions ofsupportserviceswhere office space inequities rem ain and flnancialrepoding hindersthorough analysis,and,the supportofcheerleading and otherspiriteffods stilis provided dispropodionably to two male sports and only olie female spod.as noted in the originalvisitrepod as wel,an evaluation ofthe work load fortie athletics directorposition is recommended. The public m eeting did notm aterialize.
9 Page 1of 1 To:Darren BilberrygKH SAA khsaa.org> Subject:Copy:TitleIX Re-visitAuditReport-M cluean County High School Frol :Darren Bilberry,KH khsaa-org> Date:Tue,1M ar :01: (EST) A ttachm ent:m ctzean C o.h.s..doc Please find attached a copy ofthe KHSAA Title IX Re-visitFinalA udit Repod form clean C6unty High Schoolthatw as conducted on January 18, 2011 by auditors D r,m artha M u lins and G ary Law son. Ifyou have questions orneed additionalinform ation,please contactouroffice atyour convenience. T hank you. D arren Bilbeny A ssistantcom m issioner K entucky H igh SchoolA thletic A ssociation T elephone Fax: E-M khsaa.org 3/1/2011