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Community Engagement & Inclusion

In order to realize the goals of our mission and vision, Ensworth must actively strive to be a diverse and inclusive community of learners that engages collectively In Search of Truth. The presence of different perspectives and life experiences plays a vital role in the development of our students, enhancing classroom and extracurricular experiences in meaningful ways. As a school, we are committed to cultivating an environment in which all members of the Ensworth community experience a true sense of belonging and are empowered to be active participants in the life of the school. These efforts are essential if we are to foster the growth of all students in line with their potential, and to equip them for lives of purpose that extend far beyond their time at Ensworth.

Events

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Inclusivit-E

Inclusivit-E

The Parent Diversity Council, in partnership with the Office of Community Engagement and Inclusion, hosts this annual family event for the Ensworth community. Families are invited to gather for pizza, games, and conversation.

 

Trunk-E-Treat

The Office of Community Engagement and Inclusion, the Parent Diversity Council, and the Tearing Down the Walls student club invite all Ensworth families to a celebration of Ensworth CommUNITY at the annual Halloween Trunk-E-Treat event.

 

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Trunk-E-Treat
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TigerTastes

Tiger Tastes

Tiger Tastes is an annual, casual family gathering held during the spring on Red Gables Campus in the Arnholt Quad to celebrate the delicious diversity of the many food traditions of Ensworth families. Sample and share food with others, or just come to enjoy music and the company of your Tiger community!

Race Talks

The Office of Community Engagement and Inclusion, in partnership with the Ensworth Parent Association, offers an in-depth educational opportunity to interested parents and faculty during the fall. The Race Talk class is designed to be both informative and interactive, with the intention of helping parents in our community (1) learn how to more effectively talk about race, (2) build bridges and relationships across differences, (3) develop knowledge about what race and racism are and how they impact education and society, and (4) foster increased understanding and dialogue about race inside and outside of education.

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Race Talks

Initiatives

Community Engagement & Inclusion Office

Maurice Hopkins

Maurice Hopkins

Associate Athletic Director; History Teacher-MS
Hope Moeller

Hope Moeller

Grade 2 Teacher-LS
David Whitfield

David Whitfield

Director of Community Engagement and Inclusion; English, History and Seminar Teacher-HS

Community Engagement & Inclusion

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Community Engagement