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Our May planning committee will be focused on highlighting the diversity, culture, history, and equity issues for our Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian students, families, staff, and community. 

In support of Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian American Month, the students at Edmonds-Woodway High School created a Virtual Cultural Fair Padlet showcasing the arts and crafts, and cuisine of all these cultures:

Virtual Cultural Fair – Asian/ Pacific Islander/ Native Hawaiian American Month - May 2021

 

World of books fundraiser from Edmonds Parent Leaders 

 

https://www.bonfire.com/maiana/

 

Learning Opportunity 

 

The Asian American, Pacific Islander American, and Native Hawaiian planning committee invite you to watch Alternative Facts: The Lies of Executive Order 9066. This is a one-hour documentary feature film about the false information and political influences which led to the World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans. Followed by a panel discussion on how to build awareness and learning of our Asian American, Pacific Islander American, and Native Hawaiian communities. Executive Order 9066 was signed on February 19th, 1942 by president Franklin Roosevelt. This year marks the 80th year anniversary since the order was signed.

Alternative Facts viewing

Monday, May 23rd, 2022

6:00-8:00 PM

Via Zoom

Register here:

https://forms.gle/Tr8n5bRrxHiy1ztk

Educators can sign up on the PD Portal Course: 4667

This presentation is geared toward families, educators, secondary students (middle and high school) and elementary students are welcome with parent/ guardian.

If you have questions please call or email:

familyengagement@edmonds.wednet.edu

Website for more information: https://tinyurl.com/ESDMAY-EQUITY

Facebook  readings, sharing, and reflecting Starting May 3rd! Every Tuesday and Thursday!

 

Want to read a book or share? Go here to sign-up: https://forms.gle/NEr51zXxZgJYHs338
Here is a list of books to read by grade level: go here

 

Facebook read a loud


Students, families, staff, and community will be reading a picture book, Sharing a story, tell a story, share something or reflect on something that highlights the diversity, culture, history, and equity issues for our Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian communities.

https://www.facebook.com/EdmondsSchools/