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. Click here to view the brochure.
ADL offers No Place for Hate at no cost to schools, but we need YOUR help to do that. If you believe that all students deserve to be treated with respect and dignity, join us to reach our goal of raising $100,000 by December 31, 2015 to help keep No Place for Hate thriving in the New York Region!
Our No Place for Hate Schools count on our support, and we count on yours! Let’s make our schools No Place for Hate together!
4 STEPS TO BECOME A NO PLACE FOR HATE SCHOOL
Click here to register by October 16, 2015. (be ready to provide the names of everyone on your No Place for Hate Committee)
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.
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!
2014—2015 NO PLACE FOR HATE SCHOOLS
Bronx Career & College Preparatory High School
Creston Academy C.A.R.E. MS 447
Harry S Truman High School
High School of Computers and Technology
Hyde Leadership Charter School
Jonas Bronck Academy
PS 11 The Highbridge School
PS 55 SCAN After School Program
PS 72 The Bridge to Success
PS 73 SCAN After-School Program
PS 126 Marjorie Dunbar Elementary School
Urban Assembly Academy of Civic Engagement
Academy of Hospitality and Tourism
Brooklyn International High School
Brooklyn Studio Secondary School
Khalil Gibran High School
Leif Ericson Day School
MS 447 Math & Science Exploratory School
PS 235 Janice Marie Knight School
Saint Agatha School
Harvey Milk High School
High School of Fashion Industries
Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics
PS 4 The Duke Ellington School
The Paula Hedbavny School P.S./M.S. 278
Edward Bleeker JHS 185Q
Grover Cleveland High School
PS 31 The Bayside School
PS 161Q The Arthur Ashe Jr. School
PS 162 The John Golden School
PS 255 @ PS154
Queens High School for the Sciences at York College
Redwood Middle School
Richmond Hill High School
The Lynn Gross Discovery School P.S. 175Q
Curtis High School
IS 72 The Police Officer Rocco Laurie Intermediate School
PS 22 The Graniteville School
Staten Island Technical High School
The Christy J. Cugini Port Richmond School PS 20
Tottenville High School
Circleville Elementary School
Circleville Middle School
Crispell Middle School
Dobbs Ferry High School
Dobbs Ferry Middle School
Edgemont Junior-Senior High School
Edward J. Russell Elementary School
New Rochelle High School
Pakanasink Elementary School
Pine Bush Elementary School
Pine Bush High School
Rye Neck Middle School
Seely Place School
Springhurst Elementary School
Jerusalem Avenue Elementary School
West Hempstead Middle School
Woodland Middle School
Northern New Jersey
Central Elementary School
Freehold Township High School
Hanover Park High School
Howell High School
Monroe Township High School
Somerset Educational Services Commission
Whippany Park High School