Northeast Cobb’s will be named a No Place for Hate school by the Anti-Defamation League at a ceremony this morning.
The ceremony comes a week after East Cobb’s celebrating becoming in the to earn the designation.
The ADL's No Place for Hate program has spread to more than 160 schools in the Southeast and moved nationwide since launching out of the group’s Buckhead office in 2007.
The program encourages students, teachers, administrators and parents to be proactive in minimizing racial and ethnic name-calling, epithets, bias and bullying. The program also provides guidelines for holiday observances that respect the diversity of cultural and religious traditions in schools.
Northeast Cobb Patch will have coverage of the event Friday morning.