1 KHSAA ForlnT76 REV.10?05.r.w.., ; C!;'E*.).as. $ k5.'j. ' Eḳ,1ys. '7iE'!ilq rl. z $ kj'.....yj.n..ï... '. jw. 5 w.;2.ï. i r :.rl. r. i2. z '..ii'.i. ç. q v.w ' GR ywo 1 '. zȳ:-.r. -aq!4:.!apk. t-ys *G : IV $FP.J p.. *.. Ẋ'v., K HSAA TITLE IX RE-VISIT FINAL AUDIT REPORT 1. Completed Required Form s (Forschoolsre-visited duringthe schoolyear) Verificaticm offorms(form GE-50) School:Bourbon County High School Prepared By:Reba W oodall Date of Re-visit:O ctober 30,2006 TelephoneNumberofReviewer:(859) Reviewed By: Larry Boucher Participation OpportmitiesSummary Chart(Form T-70) Yes X NoI:I BenetitsSummaryCharts(FormsT-71& T-72) Yes Em No IZ Yes M No E1 BenefitsPublicity (Form T-73) CorrectiveAction Plan Summary Charts(Form T-74) Yes X NO E1 Yes X No(Zl 2. OpportunitiesCom ponentoftitle IX Com pliance Area of Compliance: (CheckOneorM ore) X A SubstantialProportionality B C History and Continuing Practice Of Programs Expansion Fulland Effective Accomm odation of Interestand Abilities
2 A).W asthesubstantialproportionality Test(T-1)an area in which theschoolmettitleix Opportm itiescompliance? Yes X N O Q Comm ents: According to the data subm itted by the school,it appears that Bourbon County High Schoolhasm etthe standard for testt-1 during the schoolyear. Schoolprovided data showsthe schoolhas m etthis standard every year since B).W asthehistory and Continuing Practice ofprogram ExpansionTest(T-2)anarea in which theschoolm ettitle IX Opportunitiescompliance? YesD No!X1 Com m ents: According to data subm itted by the schoel,itappearsthatbourbon County High Schoolhasnotm etthe standard for testt-2 during the schoolyear. C).W asthefulland EffectiveAccommodationsoflnterestandAbilitiesTest (T-3)an areainwhich theschoolmettitleix Opportunitiescompliance? YesQ No (E1 Com m tnts: According to the data subm itted by the school,itappears thatbourbon County H igh Schoolhasnotm ttthestandard for testt-3 during the school year. According to data subm itted by the sthoolon the Re-visitforms,it appears the schoolcan m eetthe standard for testt-3 on the Yearly Audit R tport. 3.lstht school'smostrecentstudentinterestsurvey acctlrate in relation to theassessmentof Interests& Abilities? Yes Em N o D Com mknts:according to data submitted by theschool,the StudtntInterestSurvey had a rdurn rate of 850/0,which exckedsthe KHSAA requestof an 80% return rate. The CorrectiveAction Plan showsthatthesurvey resultswere bting addressed by the school.
3 4.Chtcklistof the Title IX Com onents of tht lnterscholastic Pro ram Benefitto Satisfactory Deficient Com m ents Studtnts Accomm odation X Data provided on the Yearly Audit ofinterestsand Reportshowsthe schoolis currently m eeting Abilities and hasconsistently metthestandard fortestt- 1.The StudentInterestSurvey is administered every two yearsasrecomm ended with a retulm rate above the80% requested. Equipm entand X The lmiform s viewed dtlring the re-visit Supplies indicated equivalence. The school dees not have a m itten purchase orreplacementpolicy. Atthe time of the re-visitthe uniformswere replaced on a basisof need determ ined by the athletic director. The necessity for a writen policy wasdiscussed with the Athletic Director and the Gender Equity Com mitee. lnformation subm itted to the school on the Yearly Audit Report,form s and T-36,showed a significant difference in spending formale athletesand female athletes. This diference and methodsto check for and aleviate the difference was discussed during there-visitwith the importalw e of reduction in spending difference em phasized. Scheduling of X The practice tim es are shared equitably, Prim e Gam esand datesfortht girls'basketballteam during the Pravtice Tim e season are 56%, This exceedsthe KH SAA requirem entof 40%. Traveland Per X Bourbon County High School has a travel D iem policy but it does not include Per Diem A lowances alowances. This was discussed with the Athletic Director and the Gender Equity Comm itee. Coaching X Coaches'salariesareequitable. During therevisit,itwas noted that80% of coaches were m ale. Thiswasbroughtto the attention of the GenderEquity Comm itee and suggested that when possible,without sacrificing quality of coaches, inclusion of m ore female coaches would benefitthe female athletes
4 Locker Rooms, X Since the initialon site visitin 1999 the school has m ade num erous improvem ents. The off cam pus soccer stadium is used by both girls and boys.a new concession stand has been built,and new restroom s and dressing room s az'e presently being constructed, The softbal field haslights,concession stand, lockerroom, and coaching office.thelockerroom forgirls' basketbaland voleyballhas been renovated. The locker room and storage areas in the training facility have been completed. There are written locker room and storage assignmentson file in the permanenttitle IX file. The traclc has been resurfaced butis in need of resurfacing and lining again. The school has plans for new restroom s at the softbal field. Off omnpus facilities for a1 other sports are equitable. There are two washers and dryers on cam pus. One is for footbal and the second set is for a1l other sports. M edicaland X There is a trainer atschooleach day and at Training hom e athletic events.the trainerisavailable to Facilitiesand al1athletes. The weightroom isequipped with Services free weights and m achines forboth male and ' female athletes. The school has a writen schedule for weight room usage and it is posted. Publicity X Bourbon County High School has two cheerleading squads. The Competitive Squad oompetes in com petitive cheerleading events only.the Game Squad is assigned on an equal basis for girls and boys gmues. There is a m iten policy for cheerleading in the perm anent Title IX file which details the assignm entsforeach squad. The dance temn and pep band supportboth girls and boysteams equaly. There are printed schedule cardsfor a1lsports. During the intervitw segmentthe studentssaid thatseveralgood pep ralieswere held. The school has a writen policy for receiving leters,etc.butneeds to re-write the - 4 -
5 Publieity Cont'd policy to cover a1l aspects of awards and recognition such asdisplaying balmers,jerseys, trophies,etc. Support X The schoolhasoneathletic boosterclub whose Services written agreem entis on file in the pennanent Title IX file. Al1fundraising and a1spending by the boosterclub hasto be approved by the athletie director. Individualsportsare alowed to fundraise with approval by the athletic director. Som e sportshave a studentathletic fee. Athletit N/A Scholarships Tutoring X The schoolofferstutoring to al1students. Housing and Dining Facilitie: and Services Rttruitmentof N/A N/A StudentAthlttes 5. BriefSummary/AnalysisoftheCorrediveAetion Plan (Form T-60) The folowing item s on the school's Correttive Action Plan have betn com pleted: eonstruction of concession stand building atthe soccer field,form ation of a girls'golfteam,continued m onitoring of funding for alsports,follow-up to fbrm ation of ice hockey team. Also on the Corrective Action plan were plans for dressing/rtstroom satthe soccer field,and restroom satsoftbalfield. Atthe tim e oftherevisit tour the dressing/restroom swere under construction,and restrtmm s atthe :ofthal field w ere notstarted butare stilin the school'splans. 6. O bserved Deficiencitsin O vera lg irlsand B oysa thleticsprogram s None
6 Although the following item sare notdeficienciesthey need to be com pleted: 1.A w ritten polivy for purchase and replacem entof uniform s. A copy of thispolicy should be sentto the K HSAA by Feb 16, A written policy forper Diem alowances,which can be an addition to the school'scarrenttravflpolicy.a copy of tlzispolicy should be sentttlthe KHSAA by Feb 16,2007. A writttn policy for displaying banners,jvrseys,pictures,trophies,etc.which can be an addition to the school's currentpolicy for tarning athletic letters and bars.a copy of thispolicy should besentto the KH SAA by Feb 16, KH SAA Recom m ended Action in relation to new deficiencies Ntlne 8.K HSAA Revom mended Action in relation to reoccurring deficiencies N one
7 9.PERSONNEL IN ATTENDANCE AT AUDIT M EETING H igh SchoolTitle IX Coordinator:Kathy Johnston DistrictLevtlTitle IX Coordinator:S laron Rankin Nam e Title Tele hone Tony Sosb Teacher/coach Lana F m an Su erinttndentofschools Jeff Jett H tad GirlsSoccer Coach Justin Ison Head Volle ballcoach Rick M assie Teacher/coach Zach Hurst Parent Elizabeth Rankin Parent Lisa Davall Parent Dol Jordan-M itchel Paren: G a Linvilk SchoolBeard M ember Jenn M ccar KHSAA AuditTeam Fran Edwards KH SAA AuditTtam Reba W oodall KH SAA AuditTeam Com m ents The Interscholastit A thletic Program at Bourbon Cotïnty High School appears to be welsupported by the schooland com m unity.d uring the intea iew portion of the Re-visit the studentm em bersof the Gender Equity Com m ittee feltthey w ere valued asproductive m em bers of that com m ittee. Students and coaches felt the athletic departm vnt was eom m itted to m aintaining equity for girlsand boysathletit team s. The athldic direetor ha,produced an Athletic H andbook whirh is exeelent. AIldocumentscontained in tht handbook are approvvd by the school'ssite Based Counciland the Board of Education. Gtnder Equity Com m ittee m em bers were involved in the m eding discussion and were eager towork tow ard any im provem entspossible. A quorum waspresentfor the Gender Equity Com m ittee M teting. Theschoolscheduled the Public Forum Session at5:30 P.M. No one from the tom munity attended. Thvm eeting wasadjourned at 5:45P.M.
8 zh :$l> l To : From : Re : Larry Boucher,KHSAA Title IX Kathy Johnston,Athletic Director Bourbon County High School Title IX requested revisions/additions Attached are revisions/additions as requested by the KHSAA Title IX re-visitaudit conducted Iastfa l. Ihave included page 6 ofthe re-visitauditdocumentoutlining those item s. Thankyou -
9 Although the folewing item sare notdeficienciesthey need to be com pleted: 1. A w riten policy for purchaseand replacem entof uniform s. A copy ofthispûlicy should besentto the KHSAA by Feb 16, A writen policy for PerDiem allowances,which can hean addition to the school'scurrenttravelpolicy. A topy of thispolicy shpuld besentto the K H SA A by Feb 16, A writen policy for displaying banners,jerseys,pictures,trophies,dc,which can be an addition to the school's eurrentpolicy for earning athletic letters and bars. A copy of thispolicy should besentto the K H SA A by Feb 16', KHSAA Recom m qnded Action in relation to new deficiencies Nonè 8.KH SAA Recom m ended Action in relation to reoccurring deficiencies N one
10 BOURBO N COUNTY HIG H SCHO OL ATHLETIC REFERENCE MANUAL REVISIO NS - Spring,2007 These revisions have been accepted by the Bourbon County High SchoolSite Based Counciland have been fo- arded to the Bourbon County Board of Education forreview and adoption. lv.generalathletic Policies n.9.team Trophy Display - trophies sha lbe displayed in the m ain lobby trophy case on a 4 yearcycle.as a class graduates,then those trophies awarded when they were freshmen wilbe rem oved and placed in theirrespective place reptesentative of thàtblbft. KHSAA State Awarded trophies sha lrem ain in the trophy case fordisplay. 10.Bannerts)Displaya.Team banners shalbe displayed in the gym depicting districtcham pionships and regionaltournam ent participation. b.team banners shalbe displayed in the gym depicting KHSAA State tournam entparticipation indicating regional cham pionships.and progression thereof. c,team banners sha lbe displayed in the gym identifying a l-state athletic recognition ofindividuals ofa particularsport. 11.FinancialPolicies b.purchasing 1. Procedure forpurchasing g.varsityand/ornew team uniformsmay berequestedfor purchase aftera 3 yearperiod ftom origlnaltim e ofpurchase. (thisdoesnotinclude replacements) IV.GeneralAthletic Policies e.athletic Equipm entand facilities 1.Varsityand/ornew team uniformsmayberequestedfor purchase aftera 3 yearperiod from originaltlm e ofpurchase. (this doesnotincludereplacements)
11 IV.G eneralathletic Policies d.transpodation Policy 1.Generaltransportation policy a.forovernighttrips,the fo lowing perdiem a lowance w ilbe alowed'.breakfast-$3.00,iunch-$4.00,dinner-$7.00 Sam e amountwilbe a low ed forreturn bus trips longerthan 3 hours traveltim e during the fo low ing hours: 6:30-9:00 am, 11:00-2:00 pm,and 5:00-10:00 pm. 11.FinancialPolicies : AhhtjâlBtlduët 1. BudgetResponsibilities add: PerDiem A lowance forfood breakfast-$3.00,iunch-$4.00,dinner-$7.00
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