Mr. Rodney Walker, Director
Mrs. Mancilla, Administrative Specialist
The Office of Student Services along with the Board of Education and building administrators works diligently to provide K-12 students with a positive academic atmosphere that encourages student to learn beyond their textbooks. Discipline issues are dealt with swiftly and professionally. Utilizing PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention Support) the District has adopted a No Bullying policy and continues to work with the Board of Education, administrators, staff and the community to create innovative plans and policies to manage discipline issues. Student handbooks are printed and policies published and shared with students, staff and community on an annual basis. Please contact the building principal and/or the Office of Student Services with questions or concerns.
Health Related Plans
The Office of Student Services acknowledges the importance the role of healthy students plays in the district academic goals. The food service department is fully aware of this issue and goes above and beyond to accommodate our students who have been identified with assorted food allergies. Upon request Muskegon Public School lends support and assistance to those students with various health related issues. Please contact the building principal and/or the Office of Student Services with any questions or concerns.
Schools of Choice
Muskegon Public Schools participates in the MAISD School of Choice Program. This is a once-a-year spring event when Muskegon County students may apply to an out-of- district school of their choice. This does not guarantee admittance to the choice school. The role of SOC Coordinator is held by the Director of Student Services. Please contact the Office of Student Services with any questions.
The Office of Student Services has an Emergency Preparedness Procedures Plan in place and has trained staff to effectively respond to various emergency situations. The role of Crisis Team Coordinator is currently held by the Director of Student Services. This team assist staff and students in responding to more in-depth, often student related, situations. Please contact the building principal and/or the Office of Student Services with any questions or concerns.
Title IX has broad application. Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 is a federal law that states: “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”
The role of the District Title IX Coordinator is currently held by the Director of Student Services. He oversees and implements procedures and policies’, training, investigates complaints/grievances and interacts with law enforcement and staff. Please contact the Office of Student Services with any questions or concerns.