Upper School Students Lead DEIB Workshops for 7th Graders

Upper School Students Lead DEIB Workshops for 7th Graders

This week, 18 Upper School students helped lead Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) workshops for 7th Grade students. The workshops focused on the importance of belonging and communication. 

The workshops were coordinated by Associate Director of DEIB Tahj Valentine and were led by students Riley Algazy ’26, Kaitlin Blount ’23, Katherine Chandler ’26, Carleigh Cofer ’26, Gabby Davis ’26, Gabriella DiGeronimo ’26, Nylah Gonzalez ’26, Cole Heck ’25, Quinn Jeffrey ’26, Addy Kelly ’25, Mya Leines ’26, Evangeline Lisk ’25, Isabel Rothschild ’26, Eillie Sadrian ’26, Sophia Solomon ’26, Jonas Weinmann ’23, and Charlotte White ’26.

Morristown Beard School values and is committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB). This commitment is woven through every aspect of our community. From our curricular philosophy to our ambitions for a Morristown Beard graduate, we believe students should be civically engaged and mindful of others' experiences. Likewise, we strive to build and nurture a culture that reflects the communities we serve and where everyone feels empowered to be their full, authentic selves. Through coursework, clubs and activities, and school-wide programs, we identify and honor qualities of justice and cultivate skills that transcend academia.

To learn more about DEIB at Morristown Beard School, click here.


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