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In onore del mese del patrimonio dei nativi americani, il Dipartimento per la diversità e l'equità del PCSD ha ospitato una serie di oratori in diretta streaming per celebrare la cultura dei nativi americani e per parlare dell'esperienza moderna dei nativi. Il distretto ha accolto Jacob Crane ed Erin Taphe in una sessione speciale di zoom trasmessa a tutti.

L'evento è durato circa un'ora e ha trattato un'ampia gamma di argomenti. Entrambi i relatori e gli amministratori hanno parlato dell'importanza di difendere la propria cultura e delle sfide che derivano dall'essere fedeli alla propria cultura pur essendo in minoranza e incompresi. Hanno anche parlato dello stress e dei traumi causati da rappresentazioni insensibili della cultura nativa e da altri comportamenti razzisti.

Jacob Crane ed Erin Taphe sono andati entrambi a scuola a Provo. Erin si è diplomata alla Timpview High e attualmente lavora come reporter per Tribal Business News. Ha scelto di fare la giornalista perché voleva essere una voce per le comunità tribali. Jacob si considera un imprenditore incallito. Per buona parte della sua carriera è stato coinvolto in attività che hanno avuto un impatto positivo sulla sua comunità. Attualmente è il direttore esecutivo di SLC Air Protectors, un'associazione ambientalista senza scopo di lucro di Salt Lake City.  Scopri la serie di relatori per ascoltare ciò che gli ospiti del PCSD hanno da dire.

Il PCSD accetta una serie di oratori originari americani

In onore al mese dell'Herencia Nativa Americana, il Dipartimento per la Diversità e l'Equità del PCSD ha organizzato una serie di oratori trasmessi dal vivo per celebrare la cultura nativa americana e parlare dell'esperienza nativa moderna. Il distretto ha dato il benvenuto a Jacob Crane e Erin Taphe in una sessione speciale di zoom che è stata trasmessa a tutti.

L'evento è durato circa un'ora e ha affrontato un'ampia gamma di temi. Entrambi i partecipanti e gli amministratori hanno parlato dell'importanza di difendere la propria cultura, nonché dei problemi che comporta il mantenersi fedeli alla propria cultura quando si è in numero inferiore e incompresi. Si è parlato anche dello stress e del trauma che provocano le rappresentazioni insensibili della cultura nativa e di altri comportamenti razzisti.

Jacob Crane e Erin Taphe hanno studiato a Provo. Erin si è diplomata all'istituto Timpview e attualmente lavora come reporter per Tribal Business News. Ha scelto di diventare giornalista perché voleva essere la voce delle comunità tribali. Jacob si considera un imprenditore indipendente. È stato coinvolto in attività che hanno avuto un impatto positivo sulla comunità durante una buona parte della sua carriera. Attualmente è il direttore esecutivo di SLC Air Protectors, un'organizzazione ambientale senza scopo di lucro di Salt Lake City.

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“I nominated Michelle because she has a list of contributions she’s made for this district,” said Larry Cook, a Leadership and Custodial Services member. Larry’s talking about Michelle McCluskey, who’s both a district custodian and bus driver, whom he nominated for the Provo Way award.

The Provo City School District and Board of Education offer Provo Way Awards each month to celebrate the positive things students, teachers, administrators, parents, and staff do for the community. This week, we congratulate Michelle for receiving the Provo Way Award.

Many of our support service staff shoulder not one but many unseen tasks, usually in the strange hours before daylight or in the evenings when others are clocking out for the day. You can’t help but find inspiration in someone’s unbendable positivity, and that’s Michelle to a tee. Her positivity in the face of her many daily challenges is worthy of praise, and it didn’t go unnoticed. To quote the rest of Larry’s nomination:

“I met Michelle at Centennial doing custodial work, but she does more than that. She drives the bus, drives the kids, and does bus checks at four in the morning to ensure the safety of our staff and students. She faces every situation with enthusiasm, pep, and a contagious smile. She’s one of my good friends and fantastic at what she does. I look up to her in this district.”

Thank you, Michelle, and congratulations.

“I nominated Michelle because she has a list of contributions she’s made for this district,” said Larry Cook, a Leadership and Custodial Services member. Larry’s talking about Michelle McCluskey, who’s both a district custodian and bus driver, whom he nominated for the Provo Way award.

The Provo City School District and Board of Education offer Provo Way Awards each month to celebrate the positive things students, teachers, administrators, parents, and staff do for the community. This week, we congratulate Michelle for receiving the Provo Way Award.

Many of our support service staff shoulder not one but many unseen tasks, usually in the strange hours before daylight or in the evenings when others are clocking out for the day. You can’t help but find inspiration in someone’s unbendable positivity, and that’s Michelle to a tee. Her positivity in the face of her many daily challenges is worthy of praise, and it didn’t go unnoticed. To quote the rest of Larry’s nomination:

“I met Michelle at Centennial doing custodial work, but she does more than that. She drives the bus, drives the kids, and does bus checks at four in the morning to ensure the safety of our staff and students. She faces every situation with enthusiasm, pep, and a contagious smile. She’s one of my good friends and fantastic at what she does. I look up to her in this district.”

Thank you, Michelle, and congratulations.

“I nominated Michelle because she has a list of contributions she’s made for this district,” said Larry Cook, a Leadership and Custodial Services member. Larry’s talking about Michelle McCluskey, who’s both a district custodian and bus driver, whom he nominated for the Provo Way award.

The Provo City School District and Board of Education offer Provo Way Awards each month to celebrate the positive things students, teachers, administrators, parents, and staff do for the community. This week, we congratulate Michelle for receiving the Provo Way Award.

Many of our support service staff shoulder not one but many unseen tasks, usually in the strange hours before daylight or in the evenings when others are clocking out for the day. You can’t help but find inspiration in someone’s unbendable positivity, and that’s Michelle to a tee. Her positivity in the face of her many daily challenges is worthy of praise, and it didn’t go unnoticed. To quote the rest of Larry’s nomination:

“I met Michelle at Centennial doing custodial work, but she does more than that. She drives the bus, drives the kids, and does bus checks at four in the morning to ensure the safety of our staff and students. She faces every situation with enthusiasm, pep, and a contagious smile. She’s one of my good friends and fantastic at what she does. I look up to her in this district.”

Thank you, Michelle, and congratulations.

“I nominated Michelle because she has a list of contributions she’s made for this district,” said Larry Cook, a Leadership and Custodial Services member. Larry’s talking about Michelle McCluskey, who’s both a district custodian and bus driver, whom he nominated for the Provo Way award.

The Provo City School District and Board of Education offer Provo Way Awards each month to celebrate the positive things students, teachers, administrators, parents, and staff do for the community. This week, we congratulate Michelle for receiving the Provo Way Award.

Many of our support service staff shoulder not one but many unseen tasks, usually in the strange hours before daylight or in the evenings when others are clocking out for the day. You can’t help but find inspiration in someone’s unbendable positivity, and that’s Michelle to a tee. Her positivity in the face of her many daily challenges is worthy of praise, and it didn’t go unnoticed. To quote the rest of Larry’s nomination:

“I met Michelle at Centennial doing custodial work, but she does more than that. She drives the bus, drives the kids, and does bus checks at four in the morning to ensure the safety of our staff and students. She faces every situation with enthusiasm, pep, and a contagious smile. She’s one of my good friends and fantastic at what she does. I look up to her in this district.”

Thank you, Michelle, and congratulations.