Student Equity Teams (SET)

  • The Student Equity Team (SET) Program is a personal and professional development training program designed to support school based student groups in cultivating student voice, thought, and action to create more equitable spaces in our school communities.

Project Unity

  • OEASA has designed Project Unity to create inclusive schools, celebrate the uniqueness of our staff and students, and take a stand against bullying. On four identified Unity Days, students participate in lessons on Social Justice revolving around the standards of Identity, Diversity, Justice, and Action. Staff, students, and the community are encouraged to wear the color orange as a symbol of unity. This year, our Unity Days are October 20th, December 8th, February 9th, and March 30th. Beyond those four identified days, students and schools will use the Social Justice Standards to work towards making schools a more equitable, just, and inclusive space.

     

Project Unity: Kindness, Acceptance, Inclusion

Community Ambassadors

  • Community Ambassadors are staff members who provide additional academic, emotional, and social support to identified students, promote the development of positive relationships between administrators, educators, support staff, and families to strengthen the Home-School Connection. Community Ambassadors work in schools alongside teachers, faculty and staff in Annapolis, Glen Burnie, North County, Chesapeake, and Meade High Schools.

AACPS Pride Alliance

  • The AACPS Pride Alliance is a space for LGBTQ+ students and allies that aims to create a safe, welcoming, and accepting school environment for all students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. The Pride Alliance aims to meet quarterly to educate, empower, and engage students from middle and high schools across the county.

Let's Talk Justice

  • Let's Talk Justice has been created as a forum for students to discuss racism and social  justice in the wake of the brutal death of George Floyd. Beginning with a student led planning committee, the vision of Let’s Talk Justice quickly developed into a place where students will be able to have a voice about various social issues and injustices.

    In Part One of this series, students discuss the impact of race and racism in schools and society.

    In Part Two of this series, students discuss topics and issues related to the LGBTQ+ Community.

    In Part Three of this series, students discuss racism in athletics.

    In Part Four of this series, students discuss Women's Rights.