Diversity & Multicultural Inclusion
Welcome to the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Inclusion!
In conjunction with our students, parents, staff and community we strive to provide a premier diverse and inclusive culture and environment, talent and achievement. We celebrate the strength of our diversity and use the gifts and talents of our varied cultures and heritages to enhance the educational experience.
Parent and Family Engagement is one of the most important keys to the success of our students. Through Parent Educators, Parent Institutes, partnerships with our military community, Parent Advisory Council and other initiatives we seek ways to help our parents develop and support the education of our students.
The Project Care Coalition seeks to create conditions that empower families, schools, and communities to reduce substance abuse and other high risk behaviors.
Together, we serve as resources for information regarding diversity and inclusion, parent and family engagement and the reduction in substance abuse and other high risk behaviors. Please contact us if you have questions.
Our Core Values are:
We believe human potential has no boundaries.
We believe trust can be build based on integrity, mutual respect, open communication and collaboration.
We value and embrace the contributions of the Richland School District Two community that are characterized by differences and similarities in all areas including thoughts, abilities, race, ethnicity, gender, religious beliefs and ages.
Dr. Helen Nelson Grant
Chief Diversity and Multicultural Inclusion Officer
Javana D. Lovett
Project Director, The Project CARE Coalition