The Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) is New York State legislation intended to create safe and supportive school environments by eliminating harassment, discrimination, and bullying. This new legislation delineates a number of specific requirements for schools, including expectations for teachers. This study provides some of the first research to evaluate DASA post-implementation. The specific research question addresses how well teachers are implementing DASA. The researcher surveyed a sample of 6th through 12th grade teachers from a small school district in Western New York. Descriptive and inferential statistics will be used. In addition, a discussion of the meaning of the results, shortcomings of the study, and suggestions for the specific school district will be outlined.