March

Our Culture

The Foundation of Who We Are and Everything We Do. 

To accompany our definition of equity, we have identified key values and behavioral practices to support our vocalized commitment. Through the values of Equity, Empowerment, and Engagement, we ensure that we take ownership of having a tenacious intentional focus on setting high & appropriate expectations for students and ourselves. We authentically engage in this work while acknowledging cultural and experiential context with a sense of empathy and courage. The following behaviors help ensure a baseline healthy culture that helps maintain the practice of equity.

Behavioral Practices

  • Seek a Common Purpose
  • Lift up difference as a strength
  • Demonstrate openness
  • Raise awareness within yourself and others to pursue equitable outcomes
  • Demonstrate emotional intelligence
  • Listen for understanding
  • Provide suitable continuous advocacy
  • Be motivated by values; not fear
  • Engage in difficult conversations
  • View failure as a learning process
  • Advocate for the less popular
  • Provide Aid to the vulnerable
  • Willingness to learn
  • Presume positive intent
  • Have Confidence in the District and each other