Culturally Responsive Education
Anti Racism and Equity Committee Mission Statement
The mission of the Frontier Regional School District and Union 38 Anti-Racism & Equity Committee is to guide the district in identifying, describing, and dismantling the systemic racism and oppression embedded within our schools and communities. Through the combined efforts of staff, students and community members, the committee will develop steps for the work needed to transform our systems and policies.
Historical Context for our Work
In the summer of 2020, the district embarked on the work of anti racism, equity, and dismantling systemic racism. A district-wide Anti Racism and Equity Committee comprised of community members, students, teachers, and administrators was established to help guide this work.
Four subcommittees were formed and met throughout the 2020-21 school year:
Policies and Procedures
Goals were established in the fall of 2020 for the 2020/2021 school year and are outlined in this website.
Year One Foundational Goals
Expand our knowledge of the history of racism in this country to better understand our present context.
Reflect on our own identities and how they affect how we lead, teach, problem-solve, communicate.
Identify how systemic racism has impacted our schools, communities, and personal lives and use this knowledge to make effective changes.
Thank you to all of our committee members, faculty, and administrators for committing to this work as we move toward a more equitable future.
This website will be updated periodically with new information as we move forward.
2021-2022 Goals are under development