Office of Equity and Excellence

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The Office of Equity and Excellence is dedicated to helping students discover and utilize resources that will help them progress toward their personal and academic goals. This office works to create an equitable, safe, and inclusive environment for students, families, and staff.

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APS Mission Statement: To ensure all students learn and thrive in safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments

Vision Statement: The Office of Equity and Excellence advances high expectations, facilitates equitable access, and remedies opportunity gaps for Black and Latino students, as well as those from other historically and institutionally marginalized communities.

Our Commitment: The Office of Equity and Excellence provides leadership and support in developing, creating, coordinating, and implementing services and programs for targeted students to meet high academic standards and achieve success.

Education Equity in Virginia: Education Equity is achieved when we eliminate the predictability of student outcomes based on race, gender, zip code, ability, socioeconomic status or languages spoken at home.

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RT @YorktownOEE: Yorktown Sister Circle created this cool art piece 3 years ago. I forgot how happy it makes me to walk by it each work day…
Published March 22, 21 5:48AM
                                        
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Celebrating Women's History Month: Start with the powerful, inspirational, intelligent, leading, caring, loving and supportive women in your life. They are near and constantly whispering wisdom in your ear.
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March is Equity in Education Month! Education has struggled to serve historically & institionally marginalized groups. Commit to understanding cultural competence, curriculum reframing. Do not fear difficult topics-racism, social dominance, ableism. Believe in our students. https://t.co/YVr7dadX1x
Published March 01, 21 7:27AM
                                        
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