At Glenwood Middle School, we are committed to fostering relationships between students, staff and families that empower all members of our community to achieve success.
1. Stay Engaged- Include all voices and actively participate. Practice respectful listening.
2. Take Risks- Strive to reflect and problem-solve. Be willing to “unlearn” something you’ve been taught.
3. Speak Your Truth- Respectfully say what is in your heart. Empower others to do the same. Be open to new ideas and perspectives.
4. Persevere- Embrace the idea that our work is ongoing. Conversations may be unresolved.
5. Honor Confidentiality- Create safe spaces for our discussions so we can develop trust and grow.
6. Embrace Discomfort- Connect with your feelings. Graciously give and receive feedback from others.
(Adapted from Singleton & Lipton, Courageous Conversations About Race, 2006 & Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2020)
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Community Superintendent Area 2: Theo Cramer
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GMS BOE Representative: Yun Lu