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Edmonds School District

Juneteenth (June 15 - June 19)

Join the Edmonds School District in honor of Juneteenth for a week of education and action around Black freedom from slavery and the ongoing Black struggle for freedom

Monday June 15th- Friday June 19th at Noon; Facebook Live Read-Aloud

Join our Edmonds School District Leaders for a virtual lunchtime story time:

Monday 15th at 12 pm- Ashley Kay Smith reading I Am Perfectly Designed by Karamo Brown

Tuesday 16th at 12 pm- Mary Williams reading Juneteenth For Maize by Floyd Cooper

Wednesday 17th at 12 pm- Michael Richards reading Just The Two Of Us by Will Smith

Thursday 18th at 12 pm- Wil Johnson reading Masai and I by Virginia Kroll

Friday 19th at 12 pm- Justine Locke reading This Jazz Man by Karen Ehrhardt

We Want to hear From You!

"I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free" - Nina Simone

Our schools and classrooms should be spaces where students feel free—free to explore, free to make mistakes, free to try new things, free to be curious—and we want to know what you need to feel more freedom in your educational experience. Click here to take the survey.

Upcoming Community Events

Friday, June 19th at 10 am 

Black Student Union Juneteenth March starting at College Place Middle,
7501 208th St SW, Lynnwood, WA 98036

March begins at 11 am, with volunteers making posters beginning at 10 am.
Remember to bring supplies and masks!

Friday, June 19th at 7 pm

Community event -

Join Meadowdale Black Student Union and EAACH (Equity Alliance for Achievement) for a candlelight vigil, student speakers, food, activities, and more.

We will be gathering at 7 pm at Meadowdale High School.


Location: Meadowdale High School

6002 168th St SW, Lynnwood, WA 98037


For a list of books and resources around Juneteenth and anti-racism for all ages, click here.