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  • NYC DOE Respect for All & Sexual Harassment Policies

    Implementing Respect For All

    The New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) is committed to ensuring that our schools are safe, secure, and orderly environments, in which teaching and learning take place each day whether in person in a school building or in a remote learning setting. Documents providing schools with further guidance for supports, interventions, and behavioral expectations can be found here.

    If we lack respect for one group, then there is a tendency for that attitude to spread. It becomes infectious and no one becomes safe from the ravages of prejudice." -Walter Annenberg “When I dare to be powerful — to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid.” —Audre Lorde, Writer, Feminist, Womanist, Librarian, and Civil Rights Activist

    No student shall be subjected to harassment, bullying, or intimidation, including cyberbullying, by employees or students on school property or at a school function or off school property where such acts create or would foreseeably create a risk of substantial disruption within the school environment or where it is foreseeable that the conduct, threats, intimidation or abuse might reach school property; nor shall any student be subjected to discrimination based on actual or perceived race, color, weight, national origin, ethnic group, religion, religious practice, disability, sexual orientation,
    gender, or sex by school employees or students. Dignity for All Students Act (Dignity Act) effective July 1, 2013 (summarizing prohibited conduct) School culture and climate have a profound effect on students’ academic achievement and behavior. The ability of students to learn and meet high academic standards and a school’s ability to educate its students are compromised by discrimination or harassment, including bullying, taunting and/or intimidation. Each school is expected to promote a positive school culture and climate that promotes positive interpersonal and intergroup relations and respect for diversity among students and between students and staff, by providing all students with a supportive and safe environment in which to grow and thrive both academically and socially.

    The Dignity Act makes it the policy of New York State to afford all students in public schools an environment free of discrimination and harassment. The legislature finds it is vital to protect all students from harassment, bullying, cyberbullying and discrimination. Bullying, harassment and discrimination, including sexual harassment, pose a serious threat to all students, including but not limited to students targeted because of actual or perceived race, color, creed, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship/immigration status, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, or weight. It is imperative to protect every
    student from such harm regardless of whether the student is a member of a specific protected category.

    “Harassment" and “bullying" shall mean the creation of a hostile environment by conduct or by verbal threats, intimidation or abuse, including cyberbullying. If such hostile environment involves unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature, then it is sexual harassment. Chancellor’s Regulations A-830 (Anti-Discrimination Policy and Procedures for Filing Internal Complaints of Discrimination); Chancellor’s Regulation A-832 (Student-to-Student Discrimination, Harassment, Intimidation, and/or Bullying). A-831 (Student-to-Student Sexual Harassment); A-420 (Pupil Behavior and Discipline - Corporal Punishment) and A-421 (Pupil Behavior and Discipline - Verbal Abuse) set forth the DOE’s policies prohibiting discrimination and harassment by employees against students and student-on student bullying, harassment and/or intimidation, including sexual harassment, and discrimination based on an individual’s actual or perceived race, color, religion, ethnicity, national origin,
    citizenship/immigration status, disability, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression or weight.

    In addition, the following infraction codes in the Citywide Behavioral Expectations to Support Student Learning (The Discipline Code) prohibit students from engaging in this behavior.

    See details at the website:

    All students will receive training and staff have received training.

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  • NYC DOE Discipline Code Letter SY2023-2024

    Dear Families,

    The NYC Public Schools is committed to ensuring safe, supportive, and inclusive environments in all schools. We
    successfully foster these environments by providing professional learning for teachers and school staff on how to
    support students who may be experiencing challenges in or outside of the school day and by engaging families as
    partners in our school communities.

    Driven by our Four Pillars for Building Trust in NYC Public Schools, we know
    that schools need to prioritize wellness and its link to student success, as well as be culturally responsive spaces where
    all children are affirmed and where all families are engaged as true partners. Our school communities are working
    diligently to support the social-emotional, mental, and physical health and safety of our students.

    We ask that you, along with your child, review the Chancellor’s Citywide Behavioral Expectations to Support Student
    Learning (, which includes the Discipline Code and outlines the K-12 Student Bill of
    Rights and Responsibilities (, protections for students with disabilities, and
    expectations for student behavior. The Discipline Code outlines how school staff will address behavioral issues with a
    focus on restorative approaches.

    Please discuss these behavioral expectations with your child. The Discipline Code applies to all students—and
    includes both supports and interventions, as well as disciplinary responses. Please note that the 2019-20 Discipline Code
    remains in effect for the 2023-24 school year. The full Discipline Code is available in all NYC Public Schools supported
    languages at and can be provided by your school in paper copy, upon request.
    We thank you in advance for reviewing the Discipline Code and for your partnership in contributing to a supportive, safe,
    and inclusive school climate. Thank you for making our school community better, stronger, and safer for all children. If
    you have any questions, please contact your school’s principal.

    Best wishes for the upcoming school year!

    Best regards,

    Mark Rampersant,
    Chief, Safety and Prevention Partnerships
    New York City Public Schools

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  • NYC DOE Student Privacy

    The DOE takes the confidentiality of information about students very seriously. There are several federal and state laws, such as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and New York State Education Law 2-d, and local regulations, such as Chancellor’s Regulation A-820, that protect students’ personally identifiable information. More information available: 

    Please see the attached notices from the NYC DOE regarding student privacy & rights. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Parent Coordinator, Ms. Frias at or 718-601-0391.

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  • Earth Day Sipping Juice & Paining - April 25 from 3:30-5:00

    3rd Sipping Juice & Painting event of the year to recognize Earth Day on April 25th from 3:30-5:30

    Join us to paint and Earth Day inspired painting.

    Snacks and drinks will be provided.

    *Please see attached flyer

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  • Spring Door Decorating - April 18th 3:30-6:00

    We are holding our 4th Door Decorating Competition of the year for Spring to build community and to celebrate the new season on April 18th from 3:30-6:00.

    Sign up with the teacher for the door you want to decorate.

    We will have general decorating supplies in the library for students to pick up. However, should you like to buy special decorations, consult with the teacher for the door you will decorate. If you want to print specific images/phrases, you can ask the teacher.

    All participating students will be provided with food on the day of and the students of the winning door will receive a prize.


    *Please see attached flyer

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  • International Cultural Celebration - April 5, 2023

    Date: April 5, 2023

    Time: 5th-7th period 11th & 12th Grade; 

    7th-9th period 9th & 10th Grade


    Students are encouraged to bring a dish that they feel represents their identity and/or culture or they may bring store-bought items (ex. 2 sodas or dessert).

    We will hold the International Celebration from 5th-7th period for 11th and 12th grade and 7th-9th period for 9th and 10th grade.

    This will be a dress down day where students are invited to wear attire that represents their culture.


    *Attached International Celebration flyer

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  • Parents Association & Family Night Workshop on The Highly Effective Parent

    Parents Association & Family Night Workshop on Difficult Conversations

    We invite you and your family to join us for our monthly Parents Association Meeting and subsequent The Highly Effective Parent hosted by LERU. The workshops will be held in English and Spanish.

    Tuesday, April 18th 

    5:30 PM


    A light dinner and drinks will be provided


    *Please see attached flyer for details.

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