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P. Discrimination and Harassment

Any type of discrimination or harassment will not be tolerated at YAS. The following are examples of harassment:
  • Sexual: Any unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature, uninvited behavior that is offensive, negative, unfriendly and/or intimidating and leads to a hostile environment that makes learning difficult.†
  • Racial: Conduct which substantially disrupts school operations or interferes with the rights of others, consisting of physical, written, or verbal conduct relating to an individualís race, color, national origin or ethnicity, or perceived race, color, national origin or ethnicity, when the conduct occurs at a school or school event.
  • Bullying: Physical, written or verbal conduct that is intentional, repeated and deliberately harmful when the conduct substantially disrupts school operations or interferes with the rights of others occurring at a school or school event.
  • Religious: Conduct that substantially disrupts school operations or interferes with the rights of others by means of physical, written, or verbal conduct which is related to an individualís religion or perceived religion occurring at a school or school event.
  • Sexual Orientation: Conduct that substantially disrupts school operations or interferes with the rights of others by means of verbal, written or physical conduct, directed at the characteristics of a personís sexual orientation or at their sexual orientation, or their perceived sexual orientation, such as taunting and defamation occurring at a school or school event.
  • Disability: Conduct that substantially disrupts school operations or interferes with the rights of others by means of harassment based on a personís disabling mental or physical condition, or perceived condition, and includes any verbal, written or physical conduct, directed at demeaning the characteristics of a personís disabling condition, such as imitating manner of speech or movement, or interference with necessary equipment occurring at a school or school event.
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