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Equity Advisory Council

The IMS Equity Advisory Council meets during the school year to advise the Principal on the school culture through an equity lens.  Parents interested in joining are asked to reach out to an administrator.

2021-2022 Members:

IMS Administration:

               Carrie Reckling, Principal

               Becky Mullvain, Assistant Principal

IMS Grade Level Team Leaders:

               Melissa Miller

                Christie Santodomingo

                Matt Eisenhauer

IMS Equity Co-Leaders:  Christie Santodomingo and Oracio Valdez

IMS ASB Rep - Mark Dorsett, Katie Turnley

IMS Classified Rep - Joni Apman

IMS Student Reps - 

PTSA Rep -

Community Rep -

Parent Reps:


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Diversity Calendar

This calendar was created by "Cultures Connecting," a consulting and coaching group, who has delivered professional development to ISD teachers and staff over the past 6 years. According to their website, "The purpose of this calendar is to address and support the diversity of students, staff, and families in K-12 education settings and beyond. We recognize that by increasing our understanding of diverse cultures, group experiences, traditions, values and beliefs, we can enhance our relationships with one another and hence, create culturally responsive environments where everyone feels valued and respected."

How Dates Were Chosen:

Due to the extensive number of cultural holidays, dates for this calendar were determined by the following four criteria:

  1. Might a student or staff member be absent as a result of this day?
  2. Might a student or staff member be disengaged as a result of this day? (e.g., hunger or a negative association with a particular day/date such as Thanksgiving, or a day of remembrance of a tragic event?)
  3. Might a student, family, or staff member not be able to participate in a school activity during or after school as a result of this day? (e.g., Many of our students do not participate in Halloween or Valentine's Day. There are students, families, and staff who cannot participate in district/school events that are scheduled on the evening of an important religious day observed by the Jewish or Muslim communities.)
  4. Does the day provide an opportunity for a teachable moment regarding ethnic or cultural diversity that might not otherwise be discussed, particularly dates associated with a continued history of oppression, discrimination, or racism?