Students use book to connect relationships between language arts, earth and space science, and math concepts
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
The mission of Centerville City Schools Diversity, Equity and Inclusion team is to empower our community of learners with knowledge, skills and empathy to effectively engage a diverse world.
The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Team has developed a District Diversity Plan which includes the following goal areas:
- Develop an awareness of one’s own cultural lens, diverse perspectives, and inequities in education and society.
- Increase community engagement and parental involvement.
- Recruit and retain staff from underrepresented racial and ethnic populations.
- Remove barriers that impede the engagement of all students in curricular and extracurricular activities.
Megan LeMaster - English Language Learner Coach
Joseph Wang - School Psychologist
Cedric Tolbert - Intervention Specialist
Georgeanna Wright - Art & Design Teacher
Ellie Ellis - Math Teacher/Principal Designate
In addition to the district team members, task forces consisting of staff from diverse roles in the district have been formed under each goal area.
Please watch this space for information about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion events and activities.
Parent/Guardian Advocacy Groups
The following groups collaborate with the district's DEI Team on diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.
Elks with Special Needs
Elks with Special Needs is a support group for parents/caregivers who have children with special needs in the Centerville City School system. The group typically meets once a month, has various speakers come to talk about opportunities for children, and hosts social activities.
Village of Elks
The Village of Elks aims to improve the family connections, education, and experience for students of African descent and Multiracial students of African heritage in the Centerville City School District.
This is a message providing our support to our AAPI community
Two grants are assisting district in recruiting, retaining staff members from underrepresented populations