Important Information About Tonight's Conversation with Parents

Linda Johnson

Dear Families,

I hope you will join me virtually for tonight’s (Tuesday) final weekly conversation at 5:30pm, when I will be discussing some important issues.

We will begin with a moment of silence to honor the tragic, violent, and unjust loss of life among our African American citizens, acknowledging the widespread and compounding trauma felt by so many in our Black communities, as horrific racist attacks continue to mount. Each day, it becomes increasingly important that we continue to combat bigotry, racism, and hatred toward our fellow human beings. To that end, we offer these resources for Supporting Our Black Community. While certainly not exhaustive, this is a good place for us to begin, or to continue, the work of building a better, safer, and more equitable community, nation, and world.

I have also asked Director of Institutional Research Eric Heilman to join us this evening to discuss the COL data and findings that have helped us develop our program this spring. He will also explain the particulars about the new parent survey you will receive later this week, which will begin to take the pulse of how families are thinking about various scenarios in the fall.

Once again, I am forever grateful to be a part of this caring community. I look forward to “seeing” you at 5:30pm.


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