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Greensboro Day School Diversity Statement:
We are dedicated to cultivating a principled community of learners that welcomes diversity, including: age, culture, gender, race, faith, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and ability.  
Greensboro Day School believes a diverse and inclusive community is beneficial to education. As our mission states, we develop the intellectual, ethical, and interpersonal  foundations students need to become constructive contributors to the world. With this type of preparation, our students are prepared to thrive at the next level and succeed in an ever-changing world.

Definitions

Diversity
The range of human differences, including but not limited to age, culture, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, national origin, political beliefs, religion, faith, ethnical values, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and ability.

Equity
The practice of creating a culture that provides resources and opportunities for all members of our GDS community such that the experience of treatment is fair and reasonable while acknowledging historical, institutional, structural, and societal inequalities.

Inclusion
The practice of providing opportunities for all members of the GDS community to experience a sense of belonging which includes a feeling of connection, security, acceptance, and value.
Diversity is inviting me to the party. Inclusion is asking me to dance. Equity is asking me to help develop the playlist.

List of 6 events.

  • Jan
    26

    Academic Open House

    Save the date for the Academic Open House and see how your children engage in learning all day!

    Participate in science experiments, tinker in our makerspace, enjoy a theatre performance rehearsal, experience a mock trial, and more! Invite a friend and RSVP at greensboroday.org/openhouse.

    The event begins in Sloan Theatre.
  • Feb
    12

    Community Book Read: Lost Connections

    Join Gail LeBauer and Dr. Martha Sharpless, with moderator, Tracie Catlett to discuss Lost Connections by Johann Hari.
    Davison Center for the Arts - Lobby
  • Feb
    19

    Parent Coffee with Dave Mochel

    Topic: Well-Being of Middle School Students
  • Feb
    20

    Parent Coffee with Dave Mochel

    Topic: Well-Being of Upper School Students
  • Feb
    20

    Parent Education with Dave Mochel

    Davison Center for the Arts - Theatre
  • Feb
    21

    Parent Coffee with Dave Mochel

    Topic: Well-Being of Lower School Students
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DEI Committee 

Ed Billingslea
SLT Representative
Tracie Catlett
Head of School
Jenna Gilfillan
Middle School Faculty & DEI Coordinator 
Andrea Hunt
Parent Representative
Barbara Maynard
Staff Representative 
Chrissy Olson
Upper School Faculty
Andy Scott
Board Representative
Kelly Sipe
Lower School Faculty & DEI Coordinator
Ayesha Swinton
Upper School Faculty & DEI Coordinator
Emily Thompson
Parent Representative
    • Members of the Student Diversity Leadership Councils helped install the GDS Diversity Statement around campus.

      Members of the Student Diversity Leadership Councils helped install the GDS Diversity Statement around campus.

Greensboro Day School develops the intellectual, ethical, and interpersonal foundations students need to become constructive contributors to the world.