Diversity & Community Building Committee
It is our community's responsibility to provide structures to help us become allies as our children navigate these challenges, building a community that is responsive and sensitive to the needs of every identity.
This year, we are excited to announce our 2017-18 speaker series. In partnership with the Parents Association, our programs will explore gender, their roles, and the impact of stereotypes. Our speakers will provide tools on how to address gender and sexism in support of a culture of respect and freedom of self-expression.
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We welcome all families to attend the Family Picnic on Saturday, September 16, from 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. in the St. Luke's Playground. Bring the kids and get to know other families at St. Luke's School. This is a great opportunity for the kids to meet new friends in other grades and for parents to mix and mingle. We have a magician, balloon making, face painting, burgers, veggie burgers and hot dogs on the grill. All St. Luke’s families are welcome and encouraged to attend this event.
In partnership with the Parents Association, our programs will explore gender, their roles, and the impact of stereotypes. Our speakers will provide tools on how to address gender and sexism in support of a culture of respect and freedom of self-expression.
Join us in celebrating acceptance by creating more safe spaces, free of name-calling, bullying and bias at St. Luke's during this school-wide observance.
Sponsored by the Diversity and Community Building Committee, parents and students come together to celebrate a different culture. This year we will celebrate Latin American culture. Recent dances have transported us to Iran, Africa, Bollywood, Brazil, Greece, and China.
Every year the Diversity & Community Building Committee selects a book for our community to read together, gain insights on our own identities, and discuss topics which are important to individual community members. The book will be available in the Front Office a few weeks before the book club meeting, and all are welcome to join in on these rich discussions.
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