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Civil Rights

Wrentham Public Schools is committed to promoting multicultural understanding, appreciation, and harmony in the schools. We strive to ensure that no student is denied access to any educational program or other activity, including extracurricular activities, for reasons of race, color, educational background, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, homelessness, or other reason that violates the law. We comply with all applicable state and federal law, including state and federal civil rights and anti-discrimination laws relating to the employment practices, the educational programs and all other activities of the Wrentham Public Schools. Students and staff members of the Wrentham Public Schools shall not, at any time, do or say anything that would in any way tend to cast aspersion on the race, color, ethnic background, national origin, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, or homelessness of any individual or group. 

Complaint Procedures 

Students are asked to report any act or statement of which they becomes aware that would cast an aspersion on race, color, sexual orientation, ethnic background, national origin, religion, homelessness, or gender identity of any individual, whether or not such statement or behavior is directed toward or otherwise involves him/her or a racial, ethnic, national religious or gender group of which he/she is a member.