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    Mark your calendar for the first MSAAC general membership meeting this school year!  All are welcome.

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    We value your involvement!

    Would you like to know more about participating with MSAAC?  Anyone can join and everyone is welcome!

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    Do you want to share this information with a friend, neighbor, or colleague?  Click here for a pdf that you could easily email to your network.


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    Stay up-to-date on MSAAC events and see interesting articles such as:   http://educationpost.org/it-doesnt-just-happen-at-starbucks-teachers-need-racial-bias-training-too/

     

     

    Please click here to see the LCPS School Board response to MSAAC initiatives,

    received May 15, 2018. 

    Topics include:

    *  recruitment, selection, and hiring of LCPS teachers

    *  screening, referral, and identification of students for gifted programs within LCPS

    *  unconscious bias in our school system.

     

      

     

    MSAAC expresses our heartfelt thanks to Mr. Wendall Fisher

    for his steadfast leadership and guidance. 

    Your wisdom has improved Loudoun County Schools and our lives.

    Thank you, and we wish you a happy retirement!

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    MSAAC Reports to the LCPS School Board:

     

    Click here to read MSAAC's statement to the Loudoun County School Board regarding unconscious bias training for all faculty and staff.  This statement was delivered at the March 13, 2018 School Board Meeting.  Click here for the related reference material.

     

    Click here to read MSAAC's statement to the Loudoun County School Board regarding unconscious bias training for all faculty and staff.  This statement was delivered at the February 13, 2018 School Board Meeting.

     

    Click here to read MSAAC's statement to the Loudoun County School Board regarding diversity in hiring.  This statement was delivered at the January 2018 School Board Meeting.

     

    Click here to read MSAAC's statement to the Loudoun County School Board regarding equitable representation of diverse students in the Gifted and Talented programs, and click here for the supporting data.  This statement was delivered at the December 12, 2017 School Board Meeting.

     

    Click here to read MSAAC's statement to the Loudoun County School Board regarding equitable technology access and usage.  This statement was delivered at the November 14, 2017 School Board Meeting.

     

     

     

     

    If you find areas of improvement on this website, please email Susan Hayden, MSAAC Communications Chair:  msaaccommunicationsh@gmail.com

     

Last Modified on September 9, 2018