Penn Wynne Assistant Principal Dr. Brandon Brown and staff members discuss the positive impact their Courageous Conversations on topics of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging have had on the school community.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging
Lower Merion School District is committed to providing a safe, supportive and inclusive learning environment for all students and employees. Building Belonging goes beyond ensuring that every student has equal access to the District’s educational programs and activities, to ensuring that each student has the support to learn and grow while being true to themselves. Our commitment to Building Belonging by embracing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is embedded in the District’s official policies, including Policy 101 Equity, as well as the goals of our Strategic Plan.
As part of this ongoing work, the District engaged Education Northwest to conduct a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Continuous Improvement Research Study during the 2022-2023 school year. The study focused on three areas: Professional Development; Curricular Materials, Instructional Practices and Pedagogy; and Workforce Diversity and Hiring Practices. The researchers also conducted a Landscape Scan. The documents related to the study are available here.
The links below will take you to pages featuring policies, resources and other information relevant to our DEIB work to promote common understandings about ourselves and our community. Through these efforts, we seek to build a better, stronger and more welcoming community for all of our students, families and staff. To learn more, please explore the navigation the links to articles, resources, photos and videos here.
Penn Wynne fourth graders captivate audiences with their production of "Summer Camp."
Arnold Field recently played host to a Unified Sports Interscholastic Track & Field Meet as Lower Merion welcomed athletes from Abington and Wissahickon for an afternoon of competition and fun!