MCCSC Board of Trustees Recognizing Equity Award Winners
The Equity Spotlight Award, is a new award that recognizes those for their outstanding contributions within our school community by fostering programs, services, activities or initiatives advocating for a school environment that is welcoming, embracing, nurturing, and transforming the lives and experiences of the members of our school community through their leaderhsip, creativity, and service. These winners were announced at the Board of Trustees on 11/19.
Rachel Allanson, teacher at Unionville Elementary School, is committed to infusing social justice activities into her curriculum.
Angela Cannon, teacher at Bloomington High School North, serves as the faculty advisor for the Civil Rights Club and Sistas Who Care.
Kara Cheslock, teacher & Marla Rademachir, social worker at Batchelor Middle School, have developed the Kindness Campaign that encourages students to create an inclusive environment.
The Community Leadership Building Club, a student organization at Bloomington High School South, is a group of students committed to anti-bias and making BHSS equitable and welcoming for all students.
Jovoni & Xavier Moore are 6th grade students at University Elementary School. They created the first ever Hispanic Heritage Month exhibit. The brothers were motivated by a desire to connect to their cultural heritage, build a sense of community for other Latinos and create learning opportunities for the entire school.