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One School, One Book: 2018-19

The One School, One Book Project is a school-wide diversity initiative directed at engaging our children with stories that feature diverse characters, including books that center people of color, gender diversity, LGBTQ identities, people with disabilities, immigration experiences, and ethnic, cultural and religious traditions that are historically excluded from traditional curriculum. This is the third…

One School One Book – January and February Titles

An update from The One School, One Book Project of the Undoing Racism Committee: Happy New Year! Here are January’s books and an introduction to the selection for February. January’s theme was mixed again with an immigration story and a story about peace. Mama’s Nightingale: A Story of Immigration and Separation by Edwidge Danticat, was selected for…

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Last Stop on Market Street

The One School, One Book project enters its second year at TCS! Classes have been reading the same books selected each month to further support the work teachers are doing to celebrate our students’ diverse cultural experiences and heritages. One School, One Book means that each month, every classroom will enjoy reading and discussing the…

One School One Book – Year One!

The One School, One Book project began at the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year with the goal of further supporting the work teachers are doing to celebrate our students’ diverse cultural experiences and heritages. One School, One Book gives every classroom (all grades at both the ICT and the ASD sites) the same Read-Aloud book to read…