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All positions are posted on ED-JOIN,
Thank you for your interest in the Las Lomitas School District (LLESD). The district uses an on-line application process called ED-JOIN. The application process is paperless. We will not accept paper applications.
ED-JOIN, or Education Job Opportunities Information Network, is an on-line service used by many school districts in California. It allows applicants to submit one application for a position in LLESD and update it or revise it for other positions that become available within the district. 
Applicants will also submit their credential, letters of recommendation, transcripts, resume, and other certificates online. Please do not email your application, resume, credential, certificates, transcripts, or letters of recommendation directly to Human Resources. To be considered for a position, all materials must be submitted through ED-JOIN. 
Our district is committed to providing every child with a quality education in a safe environment. We cannot do this alone, and the support of parents, staff, and our community is vitally important to the success of our students. Working together, we can ensure that all of our children are prepared to be successful workers, family members, and citizens.
The Las Lomitas Elementary School District (LLESD) is comprised of two award-winning schools: Las Lomitas Elementary (K-3rd grade) in Atherton and La Entrada Middle (4th-8th grades) in Menlo Park. LLESD is dedicated to providing an exemplary comprehensive and continually improving educational program that meets the cognitive and social-emotional needs of each student and that reflects the changing needs of our highly global and technological society. In partnership with dedicated teachers and staff, an engaged School Board, involved parents, and a community that values and actively supports education, students are guided to become thinking, caring, and contributing citizens in our ever-changing global society. 
Las Lomitas provides inclusive, culturally relevant, professional development which keeps teachers up-to-date on new research on how children learn, emerging technology tools for the classroom, new curriculum resources, ways to promote equity and diversity within all of our classrooms as well as strategies to work successfully with each and every student. Our District’s professional development uses a blended delivery model incorporating classroom instruction, online instruction and coaching so teachers have professional development that is ongoing, collaborative, and connected to and derived from working with students and understanding their culture and rich and varied backgrounds.
LLESD is an equal opportunity employer that seeks to employ individuals who represent the rich diversity of cultures, language groups, and abilities of its surrounding communities. It is the policy of the District not to discriminate because of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, age, or disability. Any complaints can be submitted to Steve Fuentes, Title IX Compliance Officer, 1011 Altschul Ave., Menlo Park, CA  94025 (650) 854-6311 ext. 15
notice of title IX coordinator and complaint process

notice of title IX coordinator and complaint process

This notice is to be provided to applicants for employment and school admission, students, employees, parents/guardians, and all unions or professional organizations holding a collective bargaining or professional agreement with the school. The notice should be provided with the annual notifications posted on the district website, on any handbooks, and in any other venue in which notifications are made available. 
Mr. Mark Jones, Human Resources Coordinator, 1011 Altschul Avenue, Menlo Park, CA 94025,, (650) 854-6311, has been designated as Las Lomitas Elementary School District’s Title IX Coordinator. Any person may report sex discrimination, including sexual harassment, to the Title IX Coordinator. The report may be made in person, by mail, email, telephone, or any other means that results in the Title IX Coordinator receiving a written or verbal report. Such a report may be made at any time, including during non-business hours. 
Las Lomitas Elementary School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education programs or activities, and it is required by Title IX not to discriminate in such a manner. The requirement not to discriminate extends to school admission and employment. Inquiries about the application of Title IX may be referred to the Title IX Coordinator. 
Las Lomitas Elementary School District has adopted a grievance procedure that provides for the prompt and equitable resolution of student and employee complaints alleging any action prohibited by Title IX. This grievance procedure may be found at BP4030/AR4030, on the District website, and in the school handbook. Any person may report or file a formal complaint of sex discrimination and sexual harassment to the Title IX Coordinator, or any employee.
The Grievance Procedure 
The grievance procedure provides remedies once a determination of responsibility has been made and follows a prescribed process before imposing disciplinary sanctions or other actions against a respondent. It includes an investigation of the allegations, consideration of both inculpatory and exculpatory evidence, credibility determinations not based on a person’s status as the complainant, respondent, or witness, and an objective evaluation of all relevant evidence. 
Any individual designated as the Title IX Coordinator, the investigator, or the decisionmaker may not have a conflict of interest or bias. The coordinator and investigator receive training on sexual harassment, issues of relevance, and how to impartially Pg. 2 Title IX 8.4.2020 conduct an investigation and grievance process. The grievance process will include the presumption that the respondent is not responsible for the alleged conduct until a determination has been made at the conclusion of the process. The standard of proof for the determination of all allegations of sex discrimination or sexual harassment will be clear and convincing. 
The investigation and finding may not require, allow or rely upon questions or evidence protected by a recognized privilege. Upon conclusion of the investigation and decision-making process, a range of disciplinary sanctions and remedies may be implemented, including disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal. A party may appeal the final determination based on procedural irregularity that affected the outcome, new evidence not previously available that could affect the outcome or conflict of interest within 10 business days of receiving the written report of the decision maker's findings.
From SMCOE, January 2022, most current Title IX Current Training Information.