Last January, The Amanda Forum's first annual conference, put together by the Caring Place of Valparaiso, Indiana as part of a youth dating violence prevention project in honored Amanda Bach.
In 2011 Amanda was murdered by her The youth conference covered topics such as dynamics of dating abuse, media literacy and how to get involved as an advocate for healthy relationships.
Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204-2795, Phone: (317) 232-6610, Fax: (317) 232-6610, Website: 1: A person who believes that he/she has been discriminated against by the school is encouraged, but is not required, to discuss the matter informally with the Section 504 Coordinator.
If the 504 Coordinator is the subject of the complaint, the grievant may, instead, contact the school’s Chief Operating Officer (COO), who will appoint another administrator to discuss the matter.
He told police that they recorded him on a cell phone doing and saying things against his will and Kuchta touched him sexually.
After leaving him handcuffed and covered with a blanket for two hours, the girls allegedly invited others over to witness the incident, the station reports.
The other felony charges against Kuchta include criminal confinement, sexual battery and intimidation, and misdemeanor battery, the station reports.
This report includes statistics for the three previous years concerning reported crimes that occurred on-campus; property owned or controlled by Don Roberts Beauty School, Inc.; within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus.is state licensed/Indiana and Nationally Accredited/NACCAS, cosmetology schools.The school, as an educational facility is accountable in its provision of an atmosphere that is safe, quiet and/conducive to the education of its student population.The prosecutor's office filed four felony charges and one misdemeanor Monday against the 16-year-old, reports CBS station WBBM.The highest level felony Kuchta was charged with - Class A criminal deviate conduct - carries a sentence of between 20 and 50 years, reports the station.The incident allegedly occurred on April 9 when Kuchta and the other girl repeatedly texted a developmentally disabled 17-year-old to come to Kuchta's home.They held the boy at knifepoint and handcuffed him, poking him repeatedly with the knife, according to court records.You can obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Administrative/Student Services office. has adopted the following Grievance Procedure for addressing complaints of discrimination under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.A person is not required to use this procedure and may instead file a complaint directly with the Indiana Department of Education at South Tower, Suite 600, 115 W.The others twice freed him, but Kuchta allegedly threatened him with the knife to get back into handcuffs and someone bit his arm, the station reports.Kuchta told police they were messing around, according to court records.