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WCS Diversity Committee

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A core belief of the Wilmington City School District is all students will be prepared to live, study and work in a diverse world.  To that end, the school district will provide students with opportunities that promote respect for self and others and a curriculum which values the many varieties of human expression.

The district recognizes and values the interconnectedness of humanity and looks to the staff to lead this initiative.  Our vision is as follows:
  • All people will be treated with equality, dignity, and respect. 
  • All students will be educated to understand, accept and value all members of the world community. 
  • The community at large will join with us in support of this mission.
As superintendent of the Wilmington City School District I am firmly committed to ensuring civil rights compliance for students and staff as well as equal opportunity for employment including but not limited to: race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, marital or family status, political beliefs and parental status.

Melinda McCarty-Stewart, Superintendent

Meeting Agenda and Minutes

Agenda and Meeting minutes will be posted below as they become available.

Next Meeting: January 4, 2018

Contact Information

https://form.jotform.com/61594967527169
EMAIL
PHONE:  937-283-7485

Melinda McCarty-Stewart, Superintendent


Our Committee Members

Our Diversity Committee members come from all walks of life.  They are business owners, board members, parents, teachers, pastors, youth workers, physicians, public employees, and concerned community members.

 Abbie Beam Byron McGee
 Marty Beaugard, Sr. Chip Murdock
 Art Brooks KaShira Myburgh
 Eric Guindon Stephanie Nelson
 Eleanor Harris Ron Sexton
 Karen Jones Tammy Sexton
 Marque Jones Kevin Snarr
 Dr. William Kennedy Sigrid Solomon
Claudia Martini-Garlo Digna Taveras

 Milt Thompson

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Jennifer Swindler,
Oct 18, 2016, 7:50 AM
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Jennifer Swindler,
Jul 8, 2016, 7:25 AM
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Jennifer Swindler,
Aug 17, 2017, 7:09 AM