Senior administrators look back on the past year's efforts to build an anti-racist culture and a more inclusive school. Hear their perspectives on the achievements we've made as a community — and the insights they've gained.
A for Angelou. B for Basquiat. C for Coleman. With an emphasis on celebration, a new Early Learning curriculum exposes students to the richness of Black history, legacy, and culture — all through a literacy lens.
SFJC started to evolve from a traditional discipline model toward a more supportive and equitable process two years ago. BlackatPCI accelerated our efforts.
Packer students learn how their identities shape their perspectives. Our teachers are no different. This year, our academic leaders learned to coach teachers to examine how their perspectives influence their connections with students.
Packer believes that healthy identity development is essential to the academic, social, and emotional growth of our students. As educators, we must create an environment in which all students feel safe, challenged, celebrated, and an integral part of Packer. It is our responsibility to engage all members of our school community in understanding multiple perspectives and participating in anti-bias work. Ultimately, our goal is to prepare students to become contributing members of a multicultural and interconnected society.