Thursday, August 24, 2017

UCF Superintendent rejects hate as school year opens

UCFSD Board Meeting
August 21st, 2017
Superintendent's Report

Unionville-Chadds Ford School District Superintendent John Sanville opened Monday’s school board meeting with this prepared statement celebrating respect and inclusion:

“As we prepare to welcome 4,000 students, 700 employees and 3,500 families to a new school year, I want everyone to know that we will be opening our arms — as wide as we can — to embrace and include EVERYONE in UCFSD,” Sanville said. “In a year when so many Americans are divided, I am thankful to be part of the UCF community that accepts differences and focuses on common goals. I appreciate knowing that UCF is a thoughtful, respectful, and caring place. A place that has not–and will not– tolerate harassment, intimidation or hate of any kind. A place where every person can and should feel safe and be respected. As we return for a new school year, we celebrate our diverse backgrounds and diverse gifts that make UCF such a special place.”