Individuals, agencies, organizations, students, and interested third parties have the right to file a complaint regarding a public education agency's alleged violation of federal and state law including allegations of unlawful discrimination in specified programs and activities that receive state or federal funding. Such complaints include allegations that the local educational agency has failed to implement a student's individual education program (IEP). Complaints must be filed in writing with the appropriate compliance officer identified below. Complaints alleging discrimination must be filed not later than six months from the date the alleged discrimination occurred or the date the complainant first obtained knowledge of the facts of the alleged discrimination unless the time for filing is extended by the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
In accordance with adopted procedures, complaints will be investigated and a written decision sent to the complainant within sixty (60) days. If the complainant is not satisfied with the local educational agency's decision, the complainant may file within fifteen (15) days of receipt of the decision a written appeal with the California Department of Education in Sacramento, California. A copy of the local educational agency's policy and complaint procedures may be obtained through the superintendent's office.
Complainants also may pursue available civil law remedies, including, but not limited to, injunctions, restraining orders, or other orders in federal or state courts. Further information about such remedies may be available through public or private interest attorneys, the Sonoma County Lawyer Referral Service, Legal Aid Society, a mediator, or dispute resolution service.
For complaints concerning: Adult Education, Child Development, National School Lunch Program, Consolidated Categorical Aid, Migrant Education, Special Education, Vocational Education, Title IX.
Contact Information for Complaints
12961 E. Le Grand Road
Le Grand, CA 95333
California Universal Meals Program through Assembly Bill 130
Le Grand Union High School District today announced their policy for serving meals to students under the Universal Meals (National School Lunch/ School Breakfast Programs) for the 2023-2024 school year. All students will be served lunch, breakfast, and after school snacks at no charge at the following sites:
Le Grand High School
Granada High School
For additional information, please contact Donna Alley, Superintendent, 12961 E. Le Grand Road, Le Grand, CA 95333, (209) 389-9403, dalley @lghs.k12.ca.us.