During Respect for All Week on Friday, February 5, 2021 and Monday, February 8 to Thursday, February 11, 2021, and schools across the city will have the opportunity to highlight and build upon ongoing programs to help students, staff and communities gain a better understanding of diversity. Schools may also start new initiatives that promote respect for diversity and focus on preventing bullying, intimidation, and bias-based harassment. 

For students, we invite you to check out BE INTERNET AWESOME WITH GOOGLE! Click the links below to play these two games! 

INTERLAND GAME ! 

MINDFUL MOUNTAIN ! 

For families, you can also check out BE INTERNET AWESOME WITH GOOGLE  Click here! 

The NYC Department of Education has also put together a presentation on Digital Citizenship Responsibilities for students. Please take a moment to check it out here:

 

Respect for All is our system-wide response to bullying and harassment. We are committed to keeping our schools safe, supportive, and free from discrimination.

What You Can Do About Bullying…

  1. Report the incident to your school's Respect for All (RFA) liaison(s) and/or school administration. Principal Daisy Fontanez, AP Joel Lowy, AP Laura Hindelong, Dean Angela Skirianos, Guidance Counselor for Grades 9-11 Maiya Williams or Senior Counselor, Denise Ortiz. 

  2. Ask for the incident number from school administration for follow up. This is also known as Online Occurrence Reporting System (OORS) number.

  3. The school will investigate and must tell the parent or guardian of the target what they find. If needed, the child may be referred for support services.

  4. If the investigation finds that a student—or students—have been bullying or harassing your child, the school will follow the process described in the Discipline Code.

You can also report bullying concerns by: 

 

Sobia Mahmood, Esq.,
Title IX Coordinator 
65 Court Street, Room 1102 
Brooklyn, NY 11201 
718-935-4987
Title_IX_Inquiries@schools.nyc.gov

You can learn more about the procedures for filing complaints of bullying or harassment and the DOE policy in Chancellor’s Regulation A-831 and A-832.