Race and Equity Committee

March 2022:
Women's History month

TEOC is a space for Tukwila School District's Educators of Color to discuss experiences and how we hope to stay in the profession. Discussion will include ways that our district could support Educators of Color better so that we can support our students better. If you want more information, please contact TBD at TBD. We encourage any Tukwila Educators who identify as an Educator of Color to join our group: HERE

Our Vision

We will eliminate racial achievement and opportunity gaps in our school systems that perpetuates systemic racism through racist policies.

Our Mission

  • Support each other in building trusting and mutually respectful relationships between staff, students, families, and community members.

  • Support all members of our Tukwila School District community to hold each other accountable so that we hold students first and meet students where they are

  • Increase the cultural responsiveness and awareness of all staff, scholars, family, and community members

  • Ensure that we value the diversity of our staff, students, and community in authentic ways

  • Build and sustain the passion necessary to persist in our work

upcoming meeting Dates & LOCATIONS

Please see our flyer below.

  • Meetings are held via Zoom for the 2020-2021 school year

  • Upcoming meetings:

    • Monday, March 7th- 3:30-5pm

Everyone in our community is welcome and encouraged to attend

Student Voice

One of the key components of the Race and Equity Committee is our student voice. We would not have been able to write our policy without the input and direction of our students. To help facilitate more opportunities for student voice, Race and Equity Clubs have formed at the both the Middle School and High School.

Your Facilitators

Erin Herda


Alexis Mburu


Feel free to email us at any time with questions or concerns you may have

We invite you to join us in acknowledging that the land we inhabit is unceded, Indigenous territory. We honor that the land we inhabit belongs to the Coast Salish Peoples past, present, and future. Let this be only one step in working to build accountable relationships and dismantling colonial structures. Learn more here!