Dignity For All Students Act - http://www.p12.nysed.gov/dignityact
New York State Center for School Safety - http://www.nyscfss.org/
Netsmartz - http://www.netsmartz.org/ParentsStudents who would like to report an incident should download and complete the form below, sign it, and submit it to your Dignity Act Coordinator(DAC). The DAC will review your concern and investigate the incident to determine the appropriate actions.
FULL CODE OF CONDUCT CAN BE FOUND UNDER BOE POLICY TAB
DIGNITY ACT REQUIREMENTS ARE INFUSED IN OUR CODE OF CONDUCT
HARASSMENT AND DISCRIMINATION IS PROHIBITED AT SCHOOL
You should never feel that it is not safe to come to school and participate in all school activities. You should never be prevented from concentrating on your schoolwork because another student or a school staff member is teasing you, making fun of you, pushing you around, or threatening you in some way, because of your race, color, weight, national origin (where your family comes from), ethnic group, religion, religious practices, disability, sexual orientation, gender, or sex, or for any other reason.A student may not act toward another student in a way that reasonably might make that other student feel threatened or unsafe, or that might reasonably make that other student unable to concentrate on their school work, because of the other student’s race, color, weight, national origin (where their family comes from), ethnic group, religion, religious practices, disability, sexual orientation, gender, or sex, or for any other reason.
It is against school rules for any student or school staff member to do this by physical actions or by verbal statements, including electronic messages. This kind of conduct is prohibited on school property, on school buses, and at all school-sponsored events.
DIGNITY FOR ALL STUDENT ACT COORDINATORS
Mr. Stevener (High School) 865- 8154
Ms. Gentile (Middle School) 865-8152
Mrs. Vergis (HPE) 865- 8151
Mrs. Casab (GWF) 865-5721Mrs. Piejko (Director of PPS) 865-4148Mrs. Venettozzi (Assistant Superintendent of Business and Finance) 865-7201
Please call for help or talk to your Guidance Counselor, Social Worker, Parent, neighbor, friend, church, or hospital today!If you're feeling lost, desperate, or alone or if you have a friend who you think needs help, please call one of the numbers below. Please put these numbers in your cell phone today.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
1-800-273-TALK. Help is available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.
You can also call locally:
When in doubt of which number to use, call Mobile Crisis Assessment Team (MCAT) @ 732-6228
If Emergency, Dial 911
For Information & Referral Services
First call for help: 624-9211 1-877-406-9211
National Youth Crisis Hotline: 1-800-784-2433
TTY# 1-800-799-4tty (4889)
Runaway Hotline: 339-4960 (call collect)
Websites:Please tell your child if they need support at any time to visit their Social Worker, guidance counselors or any adult that they trust.
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