Grade Reports For 2019 - 20 Ready
Informes de calificaciones para 2019-20 Listo
The Charles School at Ohio Dominican University - Response to George Floyd’s Murder:
We, the leadership and staff at The Charles School at Ohio Dominican University, as a member of the Graham Family of Schools, are shocked and saddened by the senseless and tragic murder of George Floyd. His death, like that of Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, spotlights the urgent need for change in our country. We are committed to being a part of that change. We have been inspired by the peaceful protests, the chants for change, and those in positions of power who have joined these movements in solidarity. We see how the justice system and police reform all too often stands opposed to our black students, families, and friends to being treated fairly and equitably. We recognize that this holds true our Hispanic students, families, and friends as well. We see these inequities and we stand opposed. We stand in solidarity to the voices for change. We support the need for reform in policing in our city which protects the lives of our students, families, friends and colleagues.
As educators our mission is to prepare all of our students for lives of opportunity. We want them to be change agents for their community. We want them to be articulate, critical thinkers. We believe in their potential and in their voice. In that spirit, we honor our students' experiences, thoughts, and healing in this time. We welcome their input to help improve Columbus, to contribute their words and art to reflect this extraordinary time. We are actively working with students who have reached out to help them express themselves and support their intellectual and emotional processing of the violence and protests. And we are working with various partners to bring resources to our students, to assist with media literacy, healing, and campaigning for change.
The Charles School at Ohio Dominican University has been committed to social justice and educational attainment for all of our students since the inception of our school. In some aspects, however, we are only beginning in this work. We look forward to lending support to our students' extraordinary talent and limitless possibility. We understand that there is much work to be done, and that we as the educators of your children, need to listen, learn, unlearn, and put our values of diversity, equity, and inclusion into action. We stand together, as a [email protected] community, to embrace one another fully, empower students continuously, and pursue educational justice unapologetically.
Mr. Ed Ingman, Dean
Ms. Allie Konet, Dean
Ms. Melissa Rulong, Dean