Every student's rights matter. We believe all students have the right to peacefully and respectfully express themselves in the way they feel is best.
It is our goal to prepare our students for a global future. In our classrooms, students learn to agree and disagree with mutual respect. This creates a trusting environment and fosters greater collaboration and learning opportunities. Respect is critical to a global mindset and we expect the same respectful behavior at our district events outside of the classroom.
We are in the thick of football season and a controversial conversation is taking place in our country. What I request of our players, coaches, staff, visitors, spectators, and our entire community is that we model the mutually respectful behavior we wish to see in the world.
Dr. Robert Glass, Superintendent