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Human Relations



Students, staff, parents and community members of the Newark Unified School District shall join together to create and sustain a safe, just and respectful learning environment where everyone will be treated with dignity, respect, fairness and equity.  

Human Relations Standards       

The District: ·       

  • shall promote positive human relations, value differences, and recognize similarities by learning, teaching and practicing acceptance, understanding, awareness and inclusion of all individuals within the school community 


  • shall create learning opportunities for all individuals to develop empathy for those whose unique life experiences are different than their own 


  • shall establish ongoing education, outreach and community action opportunities for students, staff, parents and community 


  • shall provide for the inclusion of diversity education within the Pre-K-12 school curriculum; including, but not limited to, ethnicity, race, national origin, immigrant status, religion, gender, sexual orientation, language, age, sexual identity, physical or mental characteristic or ability, political affiliation, and marital or parental status 


  • shall ensure the safety and security of all members of the school community by responding swiftly should demeaning or threatening comments or behavior occur, and providing resources and safe places at school where issues can be discussed and questions asked  


  • shall encourage, develop and nurture collaborative relationships that provide ongoing community support to all students, families and staff