Send us your questions & comments for Student Town Hall on Race & Equity
Red Clay Students to Discuss Brave Spaces and Conversations Around Race in Upcoming Town Hall
Looking at our current environment, we are seeing an increased need for conversations around race. These conversations are difficult in nature and our own personal beliefs make them even harder, at times.
In an effort to address student needs and create a brave space for continuing courageous conversations, Red Clay, in conjunction with US², Inc., will host a virtual town hall with students on Monday, July 27. Topics will include race, racism, student voice, social/emotional learning, and civic awareness.
We invite all students, and community members, to participate in this event, voice questions ahead of time, and dive deeper into conversations around race.
Send Your Questions & Comments by July 22
Join the discussion! Help us make the town hall an even more relevant and meaningful event by sending in your questions and comments ahead of time. Click below to submit a question or comment by July 22. Our Office of Equity & Strategic Partnerships will review all submissions and highlight many of them during the discussion.
Watch Red Clay's Student Town Hall on July 27 at 6 PM
Watch the student town hall on Red Clay's YouTube channel, on July 27 at 6 PM. The event will last approximately 90 minutes.
Superintendent Green on Building Bridges
Superintendent Green recently sat down with Delaware Public Media’s Sophia Schmidt for a conversation about his journey in the field of education, and the role K-12 schools play in racial justice.
“Knowing that there was a void of Black male educators—even at that time, which is something that's still present day—I chose education as a career path,” said Green. “[I] realized that it was part of my destiny, I guess, to get into education.”
Click below to hear the full interview from Building Bridges, a series that offers conversations with Delawareans working in the community on social justice and furthering racial equality.
FY 2021 Tax Rate Approved, No Increase
On July 8, the Red Clay school board approved the FY 2021 tax rate. There is no increase in FY 2021, even as Red Clay continues to enhance and expand services and supports to meet the diverse needs of our students.