No Place for Hate
  • Since the 2012-2013 school year, Seneca High School has earned recognition as a No Place for Hate school as designated by the Anti-Defamation League. In order to earn the No Place for Hate designation, Seneca High School students and staff must create at least three projects that challenge students to think more critically and engage in meaningful activities that explore the value of diversity and teach skills to stop bias and bullying.

    During the 2019-2020 school year, Seneca High School earned our No Place for Hate designation for the eighth consecutive year. The No Place for Hate program helps schools challenge anti-Semitism, racism, homophobia and all forms of bigotry.

    See below for a complete list of our ADL-approved No Place for Hate activities.

    2020-21

    Week of Respect Lesson on Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB)

    StoryCorp--Having Difficult Conversations

    Staff Training on Biases and Microaggressions

     

    2019-20

    Lesson on Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB)

    ADL Peer Training

    Coronavirus and Infectious Racism Activity

     

    2018-19

    Lesson on Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB)

    Stand Up Against Hate Activity and Poster

    What Makes us Different? Activity

     

    2017-18

    ADL Peer Training

    Hidden Figures Movie Night

    Faculty Training using Peer Trainers

     

    2016-17

    No Place for Hate Day Health & PE Lesson

    Transgender Workshop for Faculty

    No Place for Hate Coffeehouse

     

    2015-16

    Poetry Contest

    Eagle Mural Signing

    Project Awareness

    Walk Against Hate

     

    2014-15

    Combatting Cyberbullying

    Thirteen Reasons Why Discussion

    Walk Against Hate

     

    2013-14

    Holocaust Museum Trip and reflection video

    Silent Beats Video/Discussion

    What Unites Us? Activity

     

    2012-13

    Poster Contest/Pledge Signing

    Be an Upstander Activity

    Mix It up Day

    Walk Against Hate