Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Upcoming Events

Please join us for our second webinar: "From Surviving to Thriving," led by Dr. Dena Simmons, Assistant Director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. 

During this interactive session, participants will explore impostor syndrome in the classroom and culturally relevant teaching practices. As Dr. Simmons says, "Every child deserves an education that guarantees the safety to learn in the comfort of one's own skin."

Join the webinar here, password: 9eBAbd

Ask Dr. Simmons a question via this form

Please note this webinar will not be recorded, so do your best to attend!

Our Team

We are fortunate to have Johára Tucker leading our Equity & Inclusion efforts at Head-Royce. Johára brings deep experience as a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion practitioner and educator in independent school settings, and her work is already beginning to impact our curriculum, School culture, and broader community. Learn more about Johára here and in our latest magazine issue here.
Johára Tucker

Director of Equity & Inclusion

Nicolette Fahey

Middle School Coordinator

Kyong Pak

Upper School Dean of E&I

Carol Montgomery

Middle School Dean of E&I

Barry Turner

Lower School Dean of E&I

Anti-Racism Statement and Actions

Head-Royce School stands against racism and hatred in all its forms. Our entire community reflects diversity in cultural, racial, religious, and gender identities and we are stronger because of it. Our School's mission is built on the pillars of diversity, citizenship, and academics; our commitment to these principles demands that we raise our voices in pursuit of justice. We acknowledge the significant, ongoing pain and violence inflicted upon our Black community, and pledge to embody our mission by taking tangible actions to dismantle systemic racism and oppression. 

Please see our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Action Plan, which outlines our current priorities (published on July 28, 2020):

(Click on the cover image to view the document in full screen mode.)



FAQs updated August 5, 2020.

Anti-Racism Resources

The Office of Equity & Inclusion has put together a list of resources so that we can support families and caregivers in talking about race, xenophobia, protest, and standing up for social justice. Please come back periodically for updates. If you have suggested resources (books, articles, movie, podcasts, etc.) that you think would be helpful for fellow parents and caregivers, submit them here.  

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