Wichita Public Schools Department of Equity, Diversity, and Accountability
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Educational Equity is defined as making decisions strategically based upon the principles of fairness, which includes providing a variety of educational resources, models, programs and strategies according to individual student or group needs. The official Wichita Public Schools Department of Equity, Diversity, and Accountability page is created and maintained by the Equity, Diversity, an
Operating as usual
Our Future Ready Advocates are rested and ready to continue their work of lifting students up this year!
South High Junior BAASE member, Kalen Kirk, went back to Truesdell Middle School to speak to their BAASE Club! He started in BAASE in the 7th grade under the leadership of Deann Ricketts who now co-leads the Truesdell club with Jason Fair! A special thanks Future Ready Advocate Hercules Finley, who also serves as the South High BAASE coordinator! His former teachers showered him with love as well! Great things are happening in Wichita Public Schools! Thank you Dr. Alicia Thompson!
Last night, the Department of Equity, Diversity, and Accountability kicked off their "Engaging Congregations" initiative. Church leaders from all over the city gathered to reflect on data, learn about CTE opportunities, and start the process of becoming a conduit of support, advocacy, and encouragement between schools and the community.
Today, Future Ready Advocate Mentor (FRAM) Larry “Coach” Allen facilitated a restorative circle with his 5th grade Power Team at Adams Elementary.
In attendance was the teams’ future middle school principal, Jeff Freund, who was able to get a head start on establishing relationships with his students before they even walk through Robinson’s doors this fall.
Future Ready Advocate Hercules Finley took his Truesdell Middle School mentees to the Kansas African American Museum today. They learned and participated in discussions about the influence and sacrifice of famous black Kansans as well as the importance and purpose of Black History Month.
Before holding our weekly meeting at Truesdell, the Future Ready Advocates and others from our department greeted students as they came to school.
Dr. Polite and some members of the Equity Team are at Coleman Environmental Magnet Middle School’s inservice this morning to talk about educational equity.
So excited! What you do today impacts tomorrow. Joining us on the stage is Dennis Fontelroy with Dads Care 2 sharing resources and information about parenting today for tomorrow. Meet us Saturday at the WSU Metroplex!
Attention! Attention! Pass on to Middle School girls 6th-8th grades!
We are wrapping up our second annual Equity Summit! After two days of learning and collaborating, our Equity Champions are ready to go back to their buildings to strengthen their equity committees.
Thanks to our volunteers, Mayor Brandon Whipple, and everyone else who came out to see us at the Wichita City Pride Festival!
Awesome afternoon reading with these littles in Mrs. Thomas’ class at Mueller!
We are to celebrate Pride Month! We seek to provide a safe, accepting environment for LGBTQ+ individuals throughout our district.
The district will be hosting a job fair for graduating seniors on Wednesday, April 27. Students can get details from their school's college and career coordinator.
We’re excited to announce that on April 28th, Robinson will host Television and Movie Star Jasmine Guy as part of our 1st Girls United Empowerment Showcase. ELA teachers will be working with students to celebrate Poetry Month. A special invite will go to 15-18 students for a more intimate opportunity to share a piece or recite a poem for her as she gives a taste of encouragement to our young ladies at Robinson. Contact Ms. Pillich at [email protected] for more info.
Enrollment for high school summer school for original and recovery credit is now open. All in-person courses will be offered at North High School. Education Imagine Academy will offer virtual government and financial literacy. For details, go to https://bit.ly/3Mk8nSJ
So impressed with these young folks who successfully organized "Culture Fest ICT" at Wichita South High School!
This student lead event celebrates our diverse community & will go on until 7pm. Swing by if you can to meet the students, teachers & others doing great things in Wichita.
Future Ready Advocate Larry "Coach" Allen has been working hard with his Robinson Power Team. The students are learning to lift each other up in their coursework and behavior and are developing a positive academic identity.
Black History Month: Celebrating African American Earth and Space Scientists - Exploration Place African-American Pioneers in Earth and Space Science Exploration Place — in collaboration with The Kansas African American Museum and the National Informal STEM Education Network — is celebrating Black History […]
PJ Reilly, Pathway Coordinator for our Career and Technical Education program, is giving Future Ready Advocates a tour of the Future Ready center at Wichita High School North.
We can’t wait to champion these opportunities with the students we serve!
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