Overview

  • Georgetown Independent School District is an equal opportunity employer and provides educational programs and services which do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, creed, religion, disability, gender, ethnic or national origin, or against any other legally protected group. Georgetown ISD prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities and, upon request, will provide reasonable accommodation for individuals with a disability.

    Sex discrimination in public education, including sexual harassment, is prohibited under Title IX. Complaints under Title IX may be filed in accordance with Georgetown ISD Board Policies FNG (Legal and Local) and/or may be directed to the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, 1999 Bryan Street, Suite 1620, Dallas, Texas, 75201, (214) 661-9600. Filing deadlines may be applicable. Retaliation for filing a Title IX complaint is prohibited by law.

    Georgetown ISD upholds the principles of Open Government and complies fully with the Texas Public Information Act. Visit our Public Information Request web page for more information.

    Policies for filing a complaint (Freedom from discrimination, harassment, and retaliation):

    Student Welfare (FFH)
    Employee Welfare (DIA)


    GISD Title IX Coordinator: Dr. Fred Brent, Superintendent, or designee, 512-943-5000 

    ADA Coordinator for Employees: Fred Brent, Superintendent, or designee, 512-943-5000 

    ADA Coordinator and 504 Coordinator for students: Tiffani Carson-Walker, Executive Director of Special and Federal Programs, 512-943-5000