Dignity for All Students Act

Monroe 2–Orleans BOCES is committed to providing an educational and working environment that promotes respect, dignity and equality. We recognize that discrimination, such as harassment, hazing and bullying is detrimental to student learning and achievement. Such behavior affects not only the students who are its targets but also those individuals who participate and witness such acts. If you have been the target of such behavior or know of someone who is the target, you are encouraged to speak with your teacher, principal or program supervisor to share your concern. In addition, the following Dignity Act Coordinators are available to help.

Dignity for All Student Act Coordinators  

  • Timothy Dobbertin, BOCES-wide Dignity Act Coordinator, Educational Services Center, 352-2415, tdobbert@monroe2boces.org
  • Adam Porter, Alternative High School, 617-2922, aporter@monroe2boces.org 
  • Maria Tantillo, Therapeutic Day Program (Rochester Tech Park), 349-9177, mtantill@monroe2boces.org 
  • Nicole Littlewood, Exceptional Children Learning Center (ESC), 617-2439, nlittlew@monroe2boces.org
  • Sarah Sweeting, Therapeutic Day Program (Spencerport Administration Building), 617-2537, ssweetin@monroe2boces.org 
  • Rebecca Spence, Therapeutic Day Program (Terry Taylor), 349-5637, rspence@monroe2boces.org
  • Jim Jewell, Special Education Transition Programs at Slayton Plaza, Roberts Wesleyan, Golisano Children’s Hospital (SEARCH), and Paul Road, 617-2523, jejewell@monroe2boces.org 
  • Robert Nells, Ridgecrest Academy, 617-2948, rnells@monroe2boces.org 
  • Robert Hill, WEMOCO, 352-2480, rhill@monroe2boces.org 
  • Martha Willis, Westside Academy, 247-5050 x29410, mwillis@monroe2boces.org 
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