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Diversity. Equity. Inclusion.

We are building an inclusive and equitable organization.

Summit Learning Charter is an inclusive and equitable organization seeking to build a diverse staff that represents our entire student body.  We value all human beings.

Summit is actively engaged in DEI work, collaborating to push individual and whole school growth towards equitable educational practices and inclusive mindset.

Current works include: continued DEI trainings, creation of student groups (GSA, Affinity Groups, etc.), and Multicultural Events.

Summit is an Every Student Belongs policy Adoptee

EQUITY STATEMENT

EQUITY STATEMENT

Summit Learning Charter is committed to equity to ensure student success, staff retention, and organizational success. Equity acknowledges that we do not all start from the same place and must make adjustments to restore imbalances. Equity entails identifying needs and properly allocating resources that will overcome intentional and unintentional barriers arising from bias or systemic structures.

CELEBRATING STUDENT HERITAGE

CELEBRATING STUDENT HERITAGE

Summit recognizes the various cultures of our student population through celebration of National Heritage Months.  Included on our Student Services site and in our Monthly Newsletter, these slides (created by Staff and Students) give students and families a general overview of that month’s cultural recognition.

FEBRUARY – Black History Month

MARCH – Women’s History Month

APRIL – Arab American History Month

MAY – Asian Pacific American Heritage Month & Jewish American History Month

JUNE – LGBTQ+ Pride Month

SEPTEMBER 15 – OCTOBER 15 – Hispanic Heritage Month

NOVEMBER – Native American/American Indian Heritage Month

STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS

STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS

Partner Organizations include:

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