Noble Non-Discrimination Commitment

Noble Non-discrimination commitment

The Noble Network of Charter Schools (“Noble”) is committed to a policy of non-discrimination and equal opportunity in its education programs and activities and employment. Noble complies with all laws and applicable regulations that prohibit discrimination, harassment, and retaliation by and within Noble, including, but not limited to, the following:

  1. Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act
  2. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 
  3. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
  4. Title VI of the Civil Rights Act
  5. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act
  6. The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967  
  7. The Illinois Human Rights Act 

Noble will report to the CPS Office of the Inspector General’s Sexual Allegations Unit (OIG) all allegations (including anonymous, vague, or non-credible allegations) of conduct by any Noble board members, directors, employees, vendors, and volunteers (“Covered Individuals”) with a student, former student, or minor involving actual, attempted or suspected sexual misconduct. Noble will report all allegations of sexual misconduct involving only students or that does not involve Covered Individuals to the CPS Office of Student Protections & Title IX (“OSP”). Noble will fully cooperate with OIG and OSP investigations and use the grievance procedures identified in its staff and student handbooks to process complaints based on alleged violations of law or policy, including, but not limited to, those listed above.

More information on the policies prohibiting discrimination, harassment, and retaliation can be found in Noble’s staff and student handbooks, which are available online at this link. Please note that, as of August 14, 2020, the regulations and policies governing Title IX have changed. It is Noble’s expectation that all Title IX investigations will be handled by OIG in accordance with the CPS Non-Discrimination Statement available online at this link.

    No student, parent/guardian, employee, or other member of the Noble community will be subjected to retaliation as prohibited under any law or policy, including, but not limited to, those laws identified above. Retaliation is an adverse act imposed because a person has asserted a right or participated in a process involving the assertion of a right, including reporting a violation of law or policy or participating in the grievance processes used to process complaints based on alleged violations of law or policy.

    Any person who believes any student, employee, or third party or Noble generally has engaged in conduct prohibited by any law or policy prohibiting discrimination, harassment, or retaliation, including, but not limited to, those cited above, or who has inquiries about laws or policies prohibiting discrimination, harassment, or retaliation, including, but not limited to, those cited above, should contact a Title IX Coordinator using the contact information below:


    Jasmine Stratton, Title IX Coordinator

    1 N. State Street

    Floor 7-Lower

    Chicago, IL 60602

    (312) 521-5287

      Please direct your inquiries to Jasmine first, but if you have concerns relating to a particular campus, please contact Jasmine and the appropriate Title IX campus rep below:



      Title IX Rep

      Baker College Prep

      Kelley May

      2710 E. 89th Street

      Chicago, IL 60617

      (773) 535-6460

      Butler College Prep

      Brian Riddick

      821 E. 103rd Street

      Chicago, IL 60628

      (773) 535-5490

      Chicago Bulls College Prep

      Antonio Daniels

      2040 W. Adams

      Chicago, IL 60612

      (773) 534-7599

      DRW College Prep

      Justin Walker

      931 S Homan Ave

      Chicago, IL 60624

      (773) 893-4500

      Gary Comer College Prep

      Genesis Jelkes

      7131 S. South Chicago Ave

      Chicago, IL 60619

      (773) 729-3969

      Gary Comer Middle School

      Ashley Leverentz

      1010 E. 72nd Street, Door #4 on Dobson Street

      Chicago, IL 60619

      (773) 535-0755

      Golder College Prep

      Jessie Weingartner

      1454 W. Superior Ave

      Chicago, IL 60642 

      (312) 265-9925

      Hansberry College Prep

      LaShaun Williams

      8748 S. Aberdeen

      Chicago, IL 60620 

      (773) 729-3400

      ITW David Speer Academy

      Cassandra Hannah

      5321 W. Grand Ave

      Chicagol IL 60639

      (773) 622-7484

      Johnson College Prep

      Chivon Ford

      6350 S. Stewart Ave

      Chicago, IL 60621

      (312) 348-1888

      Mansueto High School

      Darko Simunovic

      2911 W. 47th Street

      Chicago, IL 60632

      (773) 349-8200

      Muchin College Prep

      DeAnn Deal

      1 N. State Street, Floor 7 

      Chicago, Il 60602

      (312) 445-4680

      Noble Academy

      Joni Rogers

      1443 N. Ogden

      Chicago, Il 60610

      (312) 574-1527

      Noble Street College Prep

      Maricruz Montero

      1010 N. Noble St.

      Chicago, IL 60642

      (773) 862-1449

      Pritzker College Prep

      Diana Manning

      4131 W. Cortland

      Chicago, IL 60639

      (773) 394-2848

      Rauner College Prep

      Maria Serrano

      1337 W. Ohio

      Chicago, IL 60642

      (312) 226-5345

      Rowe Clark Math & Science Academy

      Charlotte Brannan

      3645 W. Chicago Ave

      Chicago, IL 606051

      (773) 242-2212

      UIC College Prep

      Jackie Arroyo

      1231 S. Damen Ave

      Chicago, IL 60608

      (312) 768-4858 


      You may use this form to report directly to the OSP any allegation of sex/gender-based discrimination, sex/gender-based harassment, sexual harassment (including sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking), sexual misconduct, or retaliation which are prohibited by Title IX and CPS policy.

      The following agencies may also be able to answer inquiries about some of the laws cited above:


      U.S. Department of Education

      Office for Civil Rights (OCR)

      Chicago Office

      JCK Federal Building

      230 S. Dearborn Street, 37th Floor

      Chicago, IL 60604

      Telephone: (312) 730-1560

      Facsimile: (312) 730-1576




      U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

      Chicago District Office

      JCK Federal Building

      Chicago, IL 60604

      Telephone: (312) 872-9744

      Facsimile: 312-588-1260



      Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR)

      Springfield Office

      535 West Jefferson

      1st Floor

      Intake Unit

      Springfield, IL 62702

      Telephone: (217) 785-5100

      Facsimile: (217) 785-5106




      Training Materials to Train Title IX Team Members


      The following materials have been used to train Title IX Coordinators, investigators, decision-makers, and any person who facilitates an informal resolution process (Noble’s Title IX Team members):


      Training Materials Used to Train Title IX Team Members