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Equity & Inclusion



We acknowledge the role Eastview High School has played in perpetuating the historic injustices and marginalization of specific groups. Although our guiding principles, the Eastview Puzzle Pieces, include commitment to educational equity, access to opportunities for all students, and a safe, welcoming learning environment, we recognize that we have failed to consistently and adequately honor these responsibilities for every member of our learning community. 

Going forward, Eastview High School will move past the simple acceptance of diversity in our school, rather we will celebrate our diversity, and actively foster a culture of inclusion. As a learning community, we will seek out, listen to and trust marginalized voices.  Our success is dependent on all members of our school community feeling a genuine belonging. It is important to us that every member of our community feels seen, heard, and valued.    

We are committed to making change happen in our community through the creation and advancement of a school plan focused on the elimination of system inequities within our school. 

Our Commitments:

  • We personally and organizationally commit to anti-racism and inclusive practices in our classrooms and school.

  • We will teach all faculty, staff, and students to recognize discrimination and oppression, and provide each individual tools to address and prevent it.

  • We will ensure that our curriculum and pedagogy reflect the cultural, racial, historical, political, and social experiences of our students, families and community. 

  • We commit to ensuring high outcomes for all students by removing the predictability of success or failure that correlates with any racial, social, economic or cultural factor.  

  • We commit to fostering, recruiting, hiring, supporting and retaining racially conscious and diverse staff.

  • We will listen to and trust marginalized communities* when they share their experiences in our systems and in our school.

  • We commit to using what we hear and learn from our marginalized communities* to foster a deeper appreciation for those experiences and perspectives which may be different from our own. 

  • We will broaden our engagement with and in our larger community to impact systemic change.

*Marginalized communities are those excluded from mainstream social, economic, educational, and/or cultural life. Examples of marginalized populations include, but are not limited to, groups excluded due to race, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, physical ability, language, and/or immigration status.


Equity & Inclusion