Educating the whole child and honoring the diversity of each individual from
Pre-elementary (age 3) through Grade 8.

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Classroom Spotlight: Celebrating AAPI Heritage Month
Laurren Chase

Students in Lower Elementary (grades 1-3) celebrated Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month with an artist spotlight. Students learned about Japanese American sculptor, Ruth Asawa, and read the picture book about her life, A Life Made by Hand.

Using Asawa's work as inspiration, students created a collage of flowers with watercolor and colored pencil designs to represent Ruth's love of nature and in the background, they drew Ruth's famous sculptures with a white pen.

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People of Color in Independent Schools (POCIS) Seattle

We are pleased to announce that Eton School has partnered with a consortium of independent schools in the northwest to create a People of Color in Independent Schools (POCIS) Seattle website. This new website exists to help people of color thrive in independent schools and serves as a hub where both families and staff can find DEIB-focused programming, admissions information, community events, job postings, and more! Please watch the special video below (opens in a new window) to learn more!



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DEIB Dropbox

The diversity of our Eton community is rich, and the lived experiences, identities, and intersections of our families and staff are a crucial part of it. DEIB work strives to ensure that everyone is represented, and feels seen, heard, and valued. Including you! Use this form to let us know what’s on your mind. Questions, suggestions, comments, and kudos welcome!