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No Place for Hate® is designed to create inclusive school communities by promoting unity and respect, and empowering schools to reduce bullying, name-calling and other expressions of bias.

In compliance with the New York State Dignity Act, No Place for Hate offers schools the opportunity to be recognized for their staff development and student training related to bullying, harassment and discrimination. Schools that fulfill all requirements receive recognition and a personalized No Place for Hate banner at the end of the school year.

View the brochure and our free resources for teachers!

To watch highlights from the 2016 No Place For Hate® Recognition Ceremony, click here!

Check out our free resources for teachers!

 4 STEPS TO BECOME A NO PLACE FOR HATE SCHOOL

1.  Register (*Registration is now closed for the 2017-2018 school year*)

When registering, you will need to provide school/contact information and a list of your No Place for Hate Committee members. The Committee must include students, faculty and staff members, at least one administrator, and at least one family member that reflect the diversity of the school community. Once ADL receives your information, you will receive the No Place For Hate Resource Guide, listing over 30 possible projects. You will also be invited to share a Google Folder with all of the forms and resources you will need throughout the school year.

We are now at capacity for New Jersey schools. If you are a New Jersey school that is interested in No Place For Hate, please email noplaceforhate_ny@adl.org and ask to be added to the waitlist for next school year.

2.  Sign the Resolution of Respect/Promise.

Every member of the school community needs to sign the Resolution of Respect (middle and high schools) or the No Place for Hate Promise (elementary schools), affirming their commitment to No Place For Hate.

3. Complete at least 3 Activities.

To be designated a No Place for Hate school, each student must have an opportunity to participate in three ADL approved activities that address bias and bullying and involve discussion, active learning, and an action plan. Activity Proposal Forms must be submitted at least three weeks before the date of the activity. For more details, please see the Activity Guidelines.

4. Receive a No Place for Hate Banner.

Upon completion of all requirements, you will receive a customized banner designating your school No Place for Hate!

2016—2017 NO PLACE FOR HATE SCHOOLS

Bronx

Creston Academy

Harry S Truman High School

Hyde Leadership Charter School

P.S 73x

P.S. 11 The Highbridge School

P.S. 126 Majorie Dunbar Elementary School

P.S. 8 Isaac Varian

P186 X Walter Damrosch School

P723X Main Site

PS 176X

PS 72 The Bridge to Success

Brooklyn

Academy of Hospitality and Tourism

Brooklyn Studio Secondary School

Leif Ericson Day School

P.S. 235 Janice Marie Knight School

P53K @562

PS 107

PS 16 Leonard Dunkly

PS 321

PS/IS 109 Glenwood Academy of Science and Technology

PS10

PS8 The Robert Fulton School

The Brooklyn International High School

The Math and Science Exploratory School

The School of Integrated Learning

Long Island

Accompsett Middle School

Candlewood Middle School

East Hills Elementary School

Garden City Middle School

Great Neck North Middle School

Great Neck South Middle School

Growing Up Green Middle School

H.B. Thompson Middle School

Half Hollow Hills High School East

Howard B. Mattlin Middle School

Northport Middle School

Paul D. Schreiber High School

East Northport Middle School

Lynbrook North MS

Lynbrook South Middle School

Nassau BOCES Jerusalem Avenue Elementary School

North Side Elementary School

Oaks School #3

Oceanside Middle School

Oceanside School #4

Old Bethpage Elementary School

Plainview Old Bethpage JFK  High School

Planview Old Bethpage Middle School

Roslyn Middle School

Smithtown High School East

South Side High School

Southside Middle School

Tackan Elementary School

The Wheatley School

Valley Stream South High School

Wantagh High School

West End Elementary School

West Hempstead High School

West Hempstead Middle School

Willets Road

Manhattan

Harvey Milk H.S.

P138M @ Park West High School

Paula Hedbavny School, PS/MS278

PS 175

P 721M

P.S.4M/The Duke Ellington School

Northern New Jersey

Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School

Cliffwood Elementary School

Far Hills Country Day School

Freehold Township High School

Hanover Park High School

Matawan Aberdeen Middle

Memorial School

Oradell Public School

Ravine Drive School

South Orange Middle School

Strathmore School

Lloyd Road Elementary School

Whippany Park High School

Orange County

Circleville Elementary School

Circleville Middle School

Crispell Middle School

Edward J. Russell Elementary School

Pakanasink Elementary School

Pine Bush Elementary School

Pine Bush High School

Westchester County

Dobbs Ferry High School

Dobbs Ferry Middle School

Edgemont Junior-Senior High School

Enrico Fermi School

Greenville School

Port Chester Middle School

Primrose Elementary School

Rebecca Turner Elementary School

Rye Neck Middle School

Seely Place School

Somers High School

Somers Intermediate School

Somers Middle School (SMS)

Springhurst Elementary School

Thomas A. Edison Elementary School

Queens

BELL Academy

Francis Lewis High School

Grover Cleveland High School

Irwin Altman Middle School 172

JHS 185 Edward Bleeker

MS 358

P.S. 154 Q

P255@PS154

P721Q John F. Kennedy Jr. School

PS 175Q The Lynn Gross Discovery School

PS 31 The Bayside School

PS162 The John Golden School

PS212Q

Queens High School for the Sciences at York College

P.S./I.S. 178 – The Holliswood School

Yeshiva of Central Queens

Rockland County

Clarkstown High School South

Jesse J. Kaplan School

Rockland BOCES Hilltop School

Staten Island

Curtis High School

PS 20 The Christy J. Cugini Port Richmond School

PS 22

Staten Island Technical High School

The Police Officer Rocco Laurie Intermediate School IS 72

The Richard H. Hungerford School

Tottenville High School