The West Shore School District Board of School Directors, administration, and staff embrace a shared commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion, which supports our District pledge to provide students with inspiring and relevant experiences so they may live meaningful, purposeful, and impactful lives.
In addition to discussions which will naturally occur during social studies and history classes, the West Shore School District will be celebrating Women's History Month in March. We encourage our school community to join us in the study, observance and celebration of the vital role of women in history.
- Shared Stories: District Inclusive Literature Initiative (K-5) - District Elementary schools will receive grade-level specific books to be read to students during the month. Books were chosen not only based on their literary value, but the way in which they each highlight cultural and physical diversity in an age-appropriate way. Special thanks to the West Shore Foundation and CARES Act for funding the purchase of these award-winning titles for students. Click here to learn more.
- Video Playlist – Mrs. Guistwhite, Cedar Cliff H.S. Librarian, created a playlist of videos on women in science and history. Click here to view.
- National Women's History Museum - Click here to learn more about how Women's History Month began.
The West Shore School District is committed to providing an inclusive, equitable environment for all. Our efforts with Black History Month and Women's History Month are the first of many exciting initiatives we have planned for this year.