Skip To Main Content

Title IX

Title IX is a federal law that prohibits sex-based discrimination in all activities and programs of educational institutions receiving federal funds, which includes Charles County Public Schools (CCPS).  Prohibited sex-based discrimination includes discrimination based on gender, gender identity, or pregnancy.  It also includes sexual harassment and sexual assault.  Inquiries should be made to a school-based Title IX coordinator, Ms. Katrina Spriggs, school counselor, at, or Mr. Matthew Scott, school psychologist, at  Either staff members can also be reached by calling the school at 301-753-1749.  Information regarding the proess for filing a sexual misconduct complaint and/or supportive measures, can be found on the CCPS website at:  Superintendents-Rule-Title-IX-Procedure_1.pdf (