The goal of the Dignity for All Students Act is to create a safe and supportive school climate where students can learn and focus, rather than fear being discriminated against and/or verbally and/ or physically harassed. All public elementary and secondary school students have the right to attend school in a safe, welcoming, considerate, and caring environment. The Dignity Act states that NO student shall be subjected to harassment or discrimination by employees or students on school property or at a school function based on their actual or perceived race, color, weight, national origin, ethnic group, religion, religious practice, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or sex.
DIGNITY ACT COORDINATORS (DAC)
One administrator in every school is designated as the Dignity Act Coordinator (DAC) and is trained in methods to respond to human relations in the areas of race, color, weight, national origin, ethnic group, religion, religious practices, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or sex.
Riverhead High School-Sean O’Hara, Kellyann Parlato, Nicole Taylor, 369-6837
Riverhead Middle School-Stephen Hudson, Paul Hewitt, 369-6760
Pulaski Street School-Patrick Burke, Callan Lonergan, 369-6792
Aquebogue Elementary School-Bryan Miltenberg, Vanessa Williams, 369-6780
Phillips Ave. Elementary School-Debra Rodgers, Alison Conroy, 369-6786
Riley Ave. Elementary School-David Enos, Jeanne Grim, 369- 6804
Roanoke Elementary School-Thomas Payton, 369-6813