This section of our website provides information about the important work underway throughout the Milton Public Schools to build an anti-racism school district, in which all learners reach their full academic and personal potential in safe, welcoming, equitable, inclusive learning environments.
This section highlights earlier, ongoing, and upcoming work in:
- Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging
- Cultural Competency
- Prevention of harassment, bullying, and discrimination
- Related issues about positive school culture and climate
The Milton School Committee and Superintendent Mary C. Gormley are committed to lead the Milton Public Schools – in partnership with families, staff, and the community – in becoming an anti-racism school district.
On July 8, 2020, the Milton School Committee unanimously passed a resolution affirming its commitment to anti-racism, in solidarity with school districts across the Commonwealth.
Read Superintendent Gormley’s statement to the School Committee. (July 8, 2020)
Community Conversations: Superintendent Gormley will host a series of conversations among parents, staff, and community members about diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and anti-racism in the Milton Public Schools. Complete schedule and additional details coming soon…