The Dignity Act was signed into law on September 13, 2010 and took effect on July 1, 2012.
The Auburn Enlarged City School District is committed to providing an educational environment that promotes respect, dignity and equality for all. Our District recognizes that harassment and bullying are detrimental to student learning and achievement.
A student should never feel that it is not safe to come to school and participate in all school activities. A student should never be prevented from concentrating on their schoolwork because another student or a school staff member is teasing them, making fun of them, pushing them around, or threatening them in some way, because of their race, color, weight, national origin (where their family comes from), ethnic group, religion, religious practices, disability, sexual orientation, gender, or sex, or for any other reason.
A student may not act toward another student in a way that reasonably might make that other student feel threatened or unsafe, or that might reasonably make that other student unable to concentrate on their school work, because of the other student√≠s race, color, weight, national origin (where their family comes from), ethnic group, religion, religious practices, disability, sexual orientation, gender, or sex, or for any other reason. It is against school rules for any student or school staff member to do this by physical actions or by verbal statements, including electronic messages. This kind of conduct is prohibited on school property, on school buses, and at all school-sponsored events.
The full version of our Code of Conduct is available on this website.
If you would like to file a complaint or share a concern, please contact one of our District's Dignity Act Coordinators: