Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Frostwood Elementary Celebrates Diversity

Photo courtesy of +Works
This October, Frostwood Elementary School celebrated its annual International Parade with students representing more than 50 countries.  The Spring Branch ISD elementary school joined the parent-driven, nonprofit +Works program in its effort to celebrate diversity and continue a theme of inclusiveness. 

In its second year as a +Works school, Frostwood moved its yearly parade date from April to October to highlight the importance of diversity at the start of the new school year. The nonprofit +Works, pronounced Positive Works, hopes to serve the greater community as a “catalyst for positive community change on bullying and other trending issues keeping adults and kids in our neighborhoods up at night.” The Frostwood International Parade is featured in photographs and positive commentary by this organization on its main website.

“Meet a school community that runs on positive energy by intentionally focusing on its unique strength – having a distinctively diverse student body,” states the beginning of the +Works article.

Read more at +Works >>


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