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MDUSD Parent Showcase: 
MDUSD showcase
         Clayton Vice Mayor: Holly Tillman 
HBCU College Fair
HBCU
MDUSD students attend the U-CAN HBCU Black College Fair 9/13/22 
Anti Bias/Anti Racism Committee

Felicia
The committee holds "Courageous Conversations" related to bias and racist practices in MDUSD.

A current priority for the group are to update the Vision and Mission of the group, along with ensuring the District's board policies are current and relevant.  

The second priority is to develop a reporting sytem for staff and students to report incidents of bias and racism to ensure they are addressed. Members considered this from both the perspectives of the reporter and the receiver of the information and ways in which the District can respond to reported events.  

All interested parents, staff and community members are encouraged to attend our future meetings.

Staff contact: 

Felicia Stuckey-Smith, Director, Student Services

(925) 682-8000 Ext. 4069

smithf@mdusd.org

African American Student Achievement

AAPAC

     

The MDUSD AAPAC (African American Parent Advisory Council) had its last  meeting October 18th 2022 @ Riverview Middle School 6PM. AAPAC is open to the parents/guardians of MDUSD African American students. Childcare & refreshments will be provided. The next meeting will be November 15th @ 6PM (Riverview Middle School). Next month's theme will be: "Black Student College Prep ". For more information e-mail Dr. Lamont Francies. franciesL@mdusd.org

Systemic Instructional Review

   systemic review

To address inequities in the educational outcomes for Black/African American Students, Foster Youth and Homeless Youth, the District is working with California Collaborative for Educational Excellence.  Together, we conducted a Systemic Instructional Review, across 12 instructional components, designed to explore root causes for the student's lack of expected growth, along with specific steps to take to address this.  

The District is making steady progress in implementing the plan and looks forward to sharing our results.  

For more information, please click here. 

UNCF College Park High
RMS
Guarantee 4.0 Program for African American Juniors
AAPAC October Meeting
Mims
Director of Student Services Felicia Stuckey-Smith
MDUSD AA Male Students College Field Trip
MLK
My Other Brother MDUSD Students
MDHS seniors
College/Career Meeting with MDHS Seniors
Contact us
  Jorge Melgoza District Staff
  Jonathan Roselin District Staff
  Amy Monaghan District Staff
  Patricia Hamachi District Staff
Francis
African American Family & Community Engagement Coordinator
  Lamont Francis District Staff
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          BEA
The Mt. Diablo Black Educators Association is proud to be involved in efforts to improve the lives of Black students, teachers, administrators, and their families. From their early days in 2000, they have been a leading organization in the struggle for equity and social justice.

Student Solidarity
student solidarity

The District has been identified by California Department of Education as Significantly Disproportionate in the identification of African American Students in the area of Intellectual Disability.  To address this inequity, the District has engaged in the process with develop a three pronged plan which includes the six outcomes. 

  • Increased Attendance
  • Creation of a Black/African American Parent Advisory Committee
  • Reduction in Disciplinary Suspensions
  • Academic Growth
  • Updated Board policies, practices and procedures
  • Increased feeling of connectedness to School

For more information please click here. 

Black family night 2022
Linda and Keya
Student Support Services: Linda Pete, RMS VP: Keya Lipscomb
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