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Diversity and Accountability

Diversity and Accountability

 

The Office of Diversity and Accountability strives to create an environment that celebrates diversity to prepare students for a global workforce and to enrich the lives of all who live, study and work here. The office is also focused on helping student sub group populations succeed in their educational goals. The office also aims to provide support for data driven decision making throughout the district in the support areas of transportation, facilities and school safety. Also, to insure accountability, the office aims to broaden access to accurate and timely student and school level information to be used for educational decision making.

 

The office is committed to creating campus communities enriched by a range of perspectives and interests. ODA promotes equal access, meaningful academic and intellectual inclusion in curriculum, research and service, and holistic integration of our state’s underrepresented and economically disadvantaged populations into the academic culture at all levels.

 

 

Diversity and Accountability

  • Bilingual & English as a Second Language Program
  • BPAC (Bilingual Parent Advisory Council)
  • Transportation
  • Student field trips
  • Student Daily travel
  • Out of District Transportation
  • Transportation Reports & Mandates
  • Student Information
  • Student Discipline
  • Residency/Documentation
  • Registration
  • Emergency Management Program/Drill
  • Buildings and Grounds
  • School Safety
  • ESSA Monitoring
  • Challenger/Champions
Student Services
Building and Grounds
Dr. William JohnsonDr. William Johnson
Asst. Superintendent
Dr. Lisa WoodsDr. Lisa Woods
Director of Student Services
Mr. Dwight MajorMr. Dwight Major
Director of Buildings and Grounds
Mrs. Miriam McCoy
Mrs. Miriam McCoy
Bilingual & ESL Program Coordinator
Ms. Kimberly Smith
Ms. Kimberly Smith