Dignity for All Students Act
On May 13, 2013, and May 28, 2013, public meetings were held to discuss updating the Code of Conduct. Here are the documents reviewed at the meetings. The Code of Conduct on this page was then approved at a regular Board of Education meeting, putting it into effect.
The Dignity for All Students Act law is an official policy of New York State that requires all students in public schools to have the right to an education free of discrimination and harassment.
The information included on this page and the links provided will provide you with the resources to understand what this law means and how it is to be put into practice by the district.
For more information about the Dignity For All Students Act, please click here to be directed to the NYS Department of Education website which is dedicated to this topic.
District Compliance Officer - Rich Walker firstname.lastname@example.org 315-926-2300
Jr.-Sr. High School Coordinator- Shane Dehn email@example.com 315-926-4228
Elementary School Coordinator- Casey Steiner firstname.lastname@example.org 315-926-4256
Information and Resources
Please click on any of the following to be directed to the selected document:
Additional information and policies can be found by going to the Marion Central School District Policy Manual, which can be found here.
If you feel that a protected right has been infringed upon, please submit a claim to the district for investigation.
To report a DASA complaint regarding discrimination, bullying, or harassment in the High School please click here.
To report a DASA complaint regarding discrimination, bullying, or harassment in the Elementary School please click here.
To report a DASA complaint regarding discrimination, bullying, or harassment that occurs in an area not related to the Elementary or High School please click here.