• Codes of Conduct

    The Board of Education of Marlboro Central School District is committed to providing a safe and orderly school environment where students may receive and district personnel may deliver quality educational services without disruption or interference. Our intent is to provide an effective and fair Code of Conduct that includes a variety of strategies for supporting our students. Click here to see the district codes of conduct as well as the infraction chart for each school building.


    Dignity for All Students Act

    The Marlboro Central School District is committed to providing an environment free from harassment, bullying, cyberbullying and/or discrimination against any student by employees or students that creates a hostile school environment based on a person's actual or perceived race, color, weight, national origin, ethnic group, religion, religious practice, disability, sexual orientation, gender or sex.

    Click here more information on your school's DASA coordinator and how to report a concern or incident. If you have any other questions, please contact your school Principal.


    Equal Opportunity - Title IX

    The Marlboro Central School District is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment in its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age or any other basis prohibited by stae or federal non-discrimination laws.  

    Training mediaPolicy 6120, Equal Employment Opportunity

    School Contact: Assistant Superintendent, Director of Curriculum & Instruction

    Related Resources: MCSD Board of Education Policies



    The Marlboro Central School District installs and maintains high-tech safety and surveillance equipment. Each school building is locked throughout the day, access to the building is managed through access control technology which allows staff to view and interact with a visitor to the school prior to entry. Visitors are then received by school monitors for sign in procedures and to address needs. In addition, each school maintains a fleet of security cameras that allow for electronic surveillance of outside areas, hallways and stairwells. These systems work together to provide an additional layer of safety and security for students and staff.


    Health Services

    For specific health related information or questions, please contact your child's school nurse. Our professional nursing staff and district appointed doctor offer a high level of service and care to our students. In addition to medical professionals, the schools also employs people in the mental health field to include but not limited to school psychologists, school social workers and a substance abuse counselor. Access to these services is referred to by the Principal or the Director of Student Services. Parents or students with questions about these services should speak to their school Principal or school nurse.


    Internet  & Online Safety

    As the roles of students, parents, schools, and districts evolve in response to technological change, so does the potential of educational technology to support new forms of communication, collaboration, and learning. The Internet  and other collaboration tools are essential to education, future careers, and lives, yet ways of socializing and communicating on the Internet come with certain risks. In response, the New York Department of Education provides links to the listed resources listed in providing assistance designed to promote the proper and safe use of the Internet.

    Additionally, each student in grades 6-12 is required to complete the "Acceptable Use Policy for Computerized Equipment" at the beginning of each year. While the school, by law (CIPA) must maintain certain safety programs and protocols required, it is also essential the students behave appropriately online and be good digital citizens, just as they would expected to be in a classroom. Marlboro schools uses a product called Learning.com which provides a variety of online lessons for students , including safety and digital citizenship. To learn more, ask your child's teacher about www.learning.com and how to gain access.

    For more information go to http://www.p12.nysed.gov/technology/internet_safety/ 


    Parents' Bill of Rights for Data Privacy & Security

    In accordance with the requirements of Section 2-d that was added to the New York Education Law, the Marlboro Central School District (MCSD) provides the following Parents’ Bill of Rights with respect to maintaining the privacy and security of student data:

    • A student's personally identifiable information cannot be sold or released for any commercial purposes;
    • Parents have the right to inspect and review the complete contents of their child's education record;
    • State and federal laws protect the confidentiality of personally identifiable information, and safeguards associated with industry standards and best practices, including but not limited to, encryption, firewalls, and password protection, must be in place when data is stored or transferred. This includes third-party vendors' software and programs which require students to "sign-in" with personal information. Each vendor must have a signed "Addendum to Agreement" on file with the Office of Curriculum & Instruction. 

    Training mediaParents' Bill of Rights for Data Privacy & SecurityFERPA

    School Contact: Assistant Superintendent, Director of Curriculum & Instruction

    Related resourcesNYSED Student Data Privacy



    Each main entrance to our school buildings have monitors observing and assisting visitors to each school. Additional monitors are employed to supervise students during lunch, recess, hallways and other outdoor areas and parking lots. A School Resource Officers is available to each school and travel in between school buildings. The people are police officers assigned to the school and work with administration, staff and students to maintain a safe and secure learning environment. Additionally they offer their expertise in school safety discussions, trainings and assist in communications with our local police department.



    The Board of Education maintains many school policies that address safety to include but not limited to visitors to the school, conduct on school property, anti-harassment, and many others. To go to the Board of Education school policy page, click here.


    School Safety Teams

    Each school maintains a school safety team. The safety team discusses safety related concerns and assists the building in reviewing building safety protocols and plans. School administrators, district administrators, monitors, teachers, students and Safety Resource Officers are commonly found on these teams. The district also maintains a safety team which meets regularly to review safety in our buildings and discuss training and resources to help ensure a safe safe learning environment for all students.

    During the school year, your child will experience a variety of drills to include, fire, early dismissal, bus drills and lock downs. We refer to these as standard response protocols or SRP's. Each classroom should have safety related information posted near the door, please see the Classroom poster below and be sure you are familiar with this information. For more information, please see the links below or contact your Principal.


                            Classroom SRP Poster - EnglishSpanish      **To be posted in all classrooms

                            Student-Parent Handout - EnglishSpanish   

                            Post Drill Connections newsletter


    Sex Offender Registry

    The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services allows you to be able to view information on sex offenders in our area.  The site also contains information on missing children and related information. To visit the Criminal Justic page goto http://www.criminaljustice.ny.gov/index.htm 

    Click here to search the sex offender registry for your area.