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Dignity for All Students Act (Dignity Act or DASA)

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Dignity for All Students Act District Coordinator:

Mr. Patrick Sullivan
Liberty Central Schools
(845) 292-5400 ext. 5112

Dignity for All Students Act Building-level Coordinators

Mr. Anthony R. Sinacore
Liberty MS/HS (9 - 12)
(845) 292-5400 ext. 2002

Mr. Richard A. Schacher
Liberty MS/HS (5 - 8)
(845) 292-5400 ext. 2306

Mr. Robert England
Liberty Elementary School
(845) 292-5400 ext. 2503


The Dignity for All Students Act

New York State’s Dignity for All Students Act (Dignity Act or DASA) seeks to provide the State’s public elementary and secondary school students with a safe and supportive environment free from discrimination, intimidation, taunting, harassment, and bullying on school property, a school bus and/or at a school function.”

 DASA was enacted to provide students with a safe, supportive educational environment free from discrimination, harassment and bullying. In accordance with DASA, Liberty Central schools condemn and strictly prohibit all forms of discrimination, harassment and bullying.

Liberty Central Schools already meet the DASA standards in many respects. From in-school sessions led by counselors to in school assembly programs and after school clubs, students at all grade levels are exposed to the ideas of tolerance, compassion and respect. Most recently, Liberty Middle/High School launched a safety messaging system that allows students to anonymously report instances of bullying through an online form or text message.

Click here to watch a video or use the resources listed below to learn more DASA and how to prevent bullying.

Dignity For All Students Act - New York State Education Department
Dignity Act brochure (PDF)
Dignity Act contacts (PDF)
Dignity Act complaint form (PDF)

Anonymous Alerts

The Liberty Central School District is committed to providing a positive school environment where all students feel safe and can focus on learning. If you or someone you know has experienced harassment or bullying please contact your building’s Dignity Act Coordinator or use the LCSD Anonymous Alerts reporting system to confidentially report urgent information.

Anonymous Alerts allows students, parents and staff members to submit a report to the appropriate building level administrator directly from an iPhone or iPad, smart phone, tablet or computer. The encrypted information is sent immediately through private messages and images may be attached to the messages.

Message topics include student bullying, depression, family difficulties, drug and alcohol problems, sexual harassment, guns or other weapons in school or unusual student behavior that may warrant immediate attention by school officials or police.

Learn more about Anonymous Alerts Report an incident using Anonymous Alerts

The Liberty Central School District Code of Conduct includes the requirements of the Dignity for All Students Act. To this end, the district condemns and strictly prohibits all forms of discrimination and harassment including: bulling, taunting or intimidation, against students by students and/or employees on school property, which includes school buses, school sponsored events such as extracurricular events or activities and, in certain circumstances, off-school-property/off school campus conduct, such as cyber bullying, that is based on but not limited to a student’s actual or perceived race, weight, national origin, ethnicity, religion or religious practices, mental or physical abilities, sex, sexual orientation and/or gender identity.

A link to the complete Code of Conduct can be found below. For a printed copy, contact the District Office at (845) 292-6990.

Code of Conduct (PDF - English)
Elementary Student Handbook (PDF - English)
MS/HS (5-8) Student Handbook (PDF - English)
MS/HS (5-8) Student Handbook (PDF - Spanish)
MS/HS (9-12) Student Handbook (PDF - English)
MS/HS (9-12) Student Handbook (PDF - Spanish)

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