Family Voice Conference, a conversation on educational equity, to be held Feb. 6

Lakeville Area Schools is committed to the success of every student. In order to achieve this, a commitment to creating lasting equity and excellence in education for all students is vital. 

Educational Equity has long been a priority in Lakeville Area Schools, and we acknowledge we have more work to do to address the racism and inequity within our district. We are taking intentional steps to systematically address these issues at every level of our organization, from our Board of Education to our classrooms.

We are grateful for the parent, guardian and primary caregiver feedback we have received on these important topics and would like to provide an opportunity to share additional feedback. Sharing your experiences, hopes and ideas to improve educational equity in Lakeville Area Schools will help us create schools and classrooms that are welcoming and supportive for all students to grow and learn. Your voices matter to us.

Parents, guardians and primary caregivers are invited to attend the Family Voice Conference, a virtual conversation led by Tony Joseph, a Leadership Coach with expertise in equity and diversity. The Family Voice Conference will be held Feb. 6, from 10 a.m. to Noon. Parents/guardians can register online now through January 31, 2021.

Click here to register.

For questions about the Family Voice Conference, please email equity@isd194.org. If you are unable to attend this event, please look for another opportunity later this spring. 

 


(*Due to COVID-19 health and safety requirements this event will be held online. An email address is required in order to participate in this virtual event. If you do not have an email address and would like to share your feedback at future events, please call Equity Services Assistant Rhonda Kaczor at 952-232-2046.)

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