Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion
St. Patrick's EDI Mission Statement
St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School’s determination to promote equity and justice, diversity, and inclusion proceeds from two fundamental ideas. First, that every individual has infinite value as a child of God and, second, that we come to understand the world more fully through others.
- Parents of Black Students (PBSA)
- C3 (Culture, Creed, and Community)
- Heritage Speakers
- San Patricio
- PASIA (Parents of Asian Students in Alliance) and ASIA (Asian Students in Alliance)
- Jewish Faculty Affinity Group
- NEW Antiracist Practice Group for White Parents
- NEW Practicing Antiracism Among White Students (PAWS)
- Gender and Sexualities Alliance (GSA)
Board of Trustees EDI Committee
This committee monitors and evaluates ongoing efforts by the Board and the Day School with respect to equity, diversity, and inclusion. Areas of focus include, but are not limited to, review, revision, and approval of a formal equity and diversity statement, either within the Day School Mission Statement or separately; review and approval of policies and protocols related to equity, diversity, and inclusion; and monitoring relationships among various stakeholder groups in the Day School working to promote the work of equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Faculty and Staff EDI Committee
This committee is composed of faculty and staff from all divisions. Meeting monthly, it works to ensure that St Patrick’s culture, curriculum, and program are safe, welcoming, and affirming. Using St. Patrick’s Mission Statement as a guide, the committee is responsible for examining the school’s efforts in supporting equity, diversity, and inclusion across social identifiers that include but are not limited to age, ethnicity, gender identity, learning style, ability, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic class within the community.