• CMS and Crown Point Elementary Commitment to  

    Our Staff and Students 

    The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education is committed to providing a world-class school system which supports educational excellence regardless of race, gender, national origin, different abilities, or religion, by providing the following:  

    Equitable academic programs and services which respond to the needs of a diverse student population, and which prepare all students for a changing workplace and pluralistic society are essential. (Policy IFC)  

    Equal access to excellent educational opportunities for all students in  

    all its schools. (Policy ADA) 

    In compliance with Federal Law and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Charlotte- Mecklenburg Schools prohibits discrimination or harassment against any person on the basis of sex, gender, race, color, religion, national origin, age, or disability.  

    If a staff, student, or parent/guardian at Crown Point Elementary has any concerns regarding discrimination or harassment, please contact the following: 


    Crown Point Elementary Campus Title IX Liaison 

    JaRon Lindsey, Assistant Principal




    For district level concerns, please contact: 

    Stephanie B. McKinney 

    Director, Title IX Office 

    CMS District Title IX Administrator  




    Crown Point Elementary follows CMS guidelines and procedures when investigating Title IX violations. Please click the links below to view a copy of the CMS Title IX Grievance Procedures.

    English -CMS - Title IX Grievance Procedures.pdf

    Spanish -SPA-CMS - Title IX Grievance Procedures.pdf

    In compliance with OCR directives, CMS has developed age-appropriate lessons for all K-12 students on the following mandated topics:


    • Sexual and gender-based harassment

    • Consequences of sexual and gender-based harassment

    • Steps to take if they or another is being harassed based on sex/gender

    • Encouragement to report such harassment

    • Safe strategies for bystander intervention


    All students must receive instruction on the above topics, unless a parent/guardian completes an opt-out form, with documentation provided to OCR via retention of opt-out forms at the school level.

    Title IX lessons will take place during "Opening Circle/Morning Meeting" on Wednesday, September 15th.

    Opt-Out forms are due to the teacher by  September 14th.


    K-12 Harassment and Bullying Lesson Opt Out-English_2021.docx

    K-12 Harassment and Bullying Lesson Opt Out-Spanish_2021.docx


    Parents may review lessons at