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CEC3 Equity & Excellence Committee Meeting - Shared screen with gallery view
Donny Lopez
23:10
If everyone can rename themselves with the school (example: PS 163 Donny Lopez).
Donny Lopez
23:15
Thank you.
Sara Lind (PS166 SLT)
24:24
Good evening! Wonderful to see everyone!
Panelist MS421 Carland Washington
24:27
Panelists should also label themselves as well
Panelist MS421 Carland Washington
24:29
Thanks!
PS 163 Donny Lopez
28:08
If everyone can rename themselves with the school (example: PS 163 Donny Lopez).
Tracy McClaire
28:10
For Example; Parent Panelist Tracy McClaire
Christine Loughlin
01:09:22
D3 Equity Goal:
Christine Loughlin
01:19:10
and teachers!!
West Prep (MS421) Carmen Reyes PC & Parent
01:19:10
“With the work of ALL”
Elizabeth Espert - PS 191 & UFT D3 Rep
01:19:23
And other staff - teachers, GCs, etc.
Michelle McDougald
01:20:30
Michelle McDougald-parent
Panelist PSMS149 Keena Flournoy White
01:20:53
Thank you Ms. McDougald!
PS 241 Marcia Hendricks
01:22:20
We have other principals that are panelists.
Sarah Gorvitz
01:31:51
The panelist did not misunderstand the point you were making. She disagreed with it. Let's not mansplain, Dennis.
Shannon Waite
01:33:50
Well said.
PS/IS 180 Jeneca Parker
01:35:58
Well said, George! Belonging is everything
Panelist PS 242 Denise
01:36:32
There is a lot of pressure being placed on teachers and school staff, let’s not forget they are humans too and have challenges as well
Shannon Waite
01:38:27
Well said. Liberation requires reflection, interrogation, self-examination, and awareness.
Mark Diller - CB7
01:39:48
Grateful we are joined by Marisol Rosales Borough Superintendent
PS/IS 180 Jeneca Parker
01:42:01
Thank you, Soumountha ❤️
Panelist MS421 Carland Washington
01:42:01
Exactly. Love that Soumountha!
PS/IS 180 Opa
01:42:23
Well said!!!
Panelist MS421 Carland Washington
01:44:15
Thank you Danielle, please keep spreading the word!
Christine Loughlin
01:44:33
Thank you Danielle.
Panelist PS/IS 180 Soumountha Keophilavong
01:44:35
Agree - it was a great workshop!
Christine Loughlin
01:44:39
Well said
PS 163 Donny Lopez
01:45:02
The history of suspension is deep and well presented.
Panelist - OSYD - Brian Bereman
01:45:10
Thank you for sharing and highlighting the small groups, Danielle. We thought it was really important to have a diverse group of folks together having these conversations.
Panelist MS421 Carland Washington
01:45:28
Mr. Bereman can bring Dr. Lissy to any school. Please reach out to him!
Parent Panelist PS 87 Jill Rackmill
01:45:46
Agree that the small groups are great and very prodictve
P.s 166 Parent panelist Erica Bynum
01:46:09
I appreciated the leadership meeting, I would hope they continue.
Parent Panelist PS 87 Jill Rackmill
01:46:30
productive. This meeting is a little big to really get into it. I would recommend more small group meetings for parents across D3. One thing I love is getting to know parents at other schools in the district.
P.s 166 Parent panelist Erica Bynum
01:47:02
Good point. Jill
Panelist MS421 Carland Washington
01:47:02
I agree Jill. We can tailor this work for any school environment or group.
Parent Panelist PS 87 Jill Rackmill
01:47:14
Scale up yes, but scale down too!
Panelist PS 242 Denise
01:47:21
Reimagine the reopening the school this fall should include student choice as well. Not all students are comfortable going back in person for various reason. That’s something major that should be looked into
P.s 166 Parent panelist Erica Bynum
01:47:47
Also a good point Denise
Panelist - OSYD - Brian Bereman
01:48:17
Denise, with many of our schools we are having that conversation now. In order to build trust, you have to first listen. Student choice and voice are vital.
Tracy McClaire
01:48:29
I am really inspired by all of the feedback from out parents. Thank you Thank you Thank you!
Tracy McClaire
01:48:55
Agreed Denise
Mirna Elmore
01:49:05
Agree Denise
Panelist PS/IS 180 Soumountha Keophilavong
01:50:28
Anti-racist schools. Naming it is key. Thank you.
Panelist PS 242 Denise
01:50:56
Historical, we the “black community” lost more than George Floyd. While I appreciate the awareness his situation brung, let’s not forget ALL the others that also lost their lives and are continuing to lose their lives
P.s 166 Parent panelist Erica Bynum
01:51:54
Absolutely Denise
Panelist PS 242 Denise
01:51:59
Should culturally diverse curriculum be included into the school system, how honest will those teachings be?
PS 163 Donny Lopez
01:52:12
Listed below are the questions for our breakout rooms.1.) What has been your experience with race in District 3?2.) Discuss why or how this work benefits our children's outcomes.3.) For this type of work to continue, where do you feel you can partner with the district/school/community, or where do you need the most support?
Panelist PS 242 Denise
01:53:51
Will there be any forums for parents to express their thoughts regarding the Chancellor’s meeting Monday regarding reopening schools with no remote option? - (Marisol Rosales)
Parent Panelist PS 87 Jill Rackmill
02:12:06
We need more, smaller meetings
P.s 166 Parent panelist Erica Bynum
02:12:19
agreed
Panelist PS 242 Denise
02:12:21
agreed
PS 163 Donny Lopez
02:12:25
Agreed
Tracy McClaire
02:12:33
There will be more opportunities.
P.s 166 Parent panelist Erica Bynum
02:13:14
To my break out group. Thank you guys so much.
Panelist PSMS149 Keena Flournoy White
02:13:26
Scenario driven to problem solve specific things
Denise Desjardin
02:13:57
We have to accept non closure
Parent Panelist PS 87 Jill Rackmill
02:13:58
Thank you Tracy!
Panelist PS 452 Danielle Morris
02:14:08
Thank you Tracy for having us!
Panelist PS/IS 180 Soumountha Keophilavong
02:14:12
Thanks everyone!
Tracy McClaire
02:14:24
Thank you Parent Panelists!
Kristen Berger
02:14:32
Thank you to all the participants for doing the work-- this is a great starting place and very productive
Tracy McClaire
02:14:41
Thank You D3 Principals and Staff!
Judy (MS54/PS75 Parent)
02:14:53
is there a person/group here that a school-level equity team can follow up with if we have questions or want to bounce ideas?
PS 199 Bethany Trench
02:14:56
It's great to have so much parent and leadership involvement in DELT. As a teacher, I- and I'm sure many of my colleagues- would like to take part as well.
Tracy McClaire
02:15:13
Thank you D3 Community !
Panelist MS421/291 Luisa Fraute Kroll
02:15:18
Thank you for the opportunity to be here and have a voice to make change
PS 75 Principal Panelist George Georgilakis
02:15:49
Thank you D3! Have a kind rest of your evening.
Panelist PS 242 Denise
02:15:50
Thank you for allowing my thoughts to be said
Shannon Waite
02:16:49
It is an opportunity gap.
Panelist MS421/291 Luisa Fraute Kroll
02:16:51
Dr, Lissie’s report should be shared with the whole community, it’s an eye opener
Maryum Opa
02:17:03
Looking forward to participating in future and developing action plans to rebuild our disjointed system
Maryum Opa
02:17:34
Thank you everyone for doing the complex work to make this come into fruition
Yaribel Mercedes- Manhattan Borough Citywide Offie
02:17:35
Grateful to be in community with you all.
PS 163 Donny Lopez
02:17:54
Thank you all for attending
Panelist PS 242 Denise
02:18:14
maybe next time we invite the chancellor
P.s 166 Parent panelist Erica Bynum
02:19:09
Non taken your not wrong
Christine Loughlin
02:19:18
Thank you everyone. The conversation continues…..
PS 185 Michele Viccaro
02:19:22
Thank you
PS185 Grace Anne Loew
02:19:24
Thank you Dennis
Emily Costley
02:19:24
Thank you!
Tracy McClaire
02:19:25
Stay tuned.... Good Night!
PS 185 Kaitlyn Somerville
02:19:28
Thank you
Teresa Bello P.S. 185
02:19:34
Thank you all
PS 185 andrea Woodhouse-spence
02:19:35
Thank you 185 teachers
Denise Desjardin
02:19:35
Good night everyone
Panelist MS421 Carland Washington
02:19:36
Thank you everyone, stay safe and be well!
Parent Panelist PS 87 Jill Rackmill
02:19:40
middle school meeting
Parent Panelist PS 87 Jill Rackmill
02:19:42
June 3
Sarah DeLeo PS 334
02:19:42
Thank you
Panelist MS421/291 Luisa Fraute Kroll
02:19:55
Good night!
Sherma Nurse
02:19:55
Thank you!