December meeting will be held at the Woodland High Library
February meeting will be held at the District Office Grafton A Room
In WJUSD, Ethnic Studies is the critical and interdisciplinary study of race, ethnicity and indigeneity within and beyond the United States. Our Pre-K to 12th grade curriculum must encompass multiple points of view that reflect the diversity of all of our students including race, ethnicity, sexuality, ability, gender, class etc., with a focus on the experiences and perspectives of people of color. Through our Pre-K to 12th grade course work, students will be supported to develop and utilize a critical lens to see the world and their role as an active citizen in a global society.