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Posts tagged as “social-justice”

Students for Equitable Education Summit: Moving From Advocacy to Action

Virtual Event, Sat, April 24, 2021 (11 AM – 3 PM ET) – free and open to public.

Digital Promise |

A diverse group of 55 students from across the country have come together to put on a Social Justice student-led conference designed for educators. 

The SEE Summit (aka, the Students for Equitable Education Summit) is a national, student-led social justice event that will radically cede power to young people, including students from Princeton and Middletown schools locally.


Student Voice |

“Student Voice unequivocally condemns the rising hate, violence, and racism against the Asian-American community. We are sending solidarity and support to our Asian-American team members, program participants, and the broader community. Our thoughts are also with Asian-American students right now, and we hope that their schools will thoughtfully address anti-Asian racism through classroom conversation, curriculum, and overall school culture, in ways that are constructive, not retraumatizing for Asian-American students.

What will be the new Anderson High School mascot? Final five choices announced.

Madeline Mitchell, Cincinnati Enquirer |

Anderson High School and Forest Hills Local School District announced the final five choices in its search for a new mascot on Wednesday.

The final choices are: Comets, Phoenix, Raptors, Ravens, Riverhawks.

Ten semi-finalists were voted on in December. Anderson High School has been without a logo since July 2 when the Forest Hills School District board voted the “Redskins” retire with no substitute. 

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