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Community Agreements


  • We speak our truth with respect and are mindful of the personal identities of students and each other and how identity impacts learning, teaching, and adult collaboration
  • Our work is aligned with the goals in the Ruth Asawa SOTA Vision/Mission Statement and ROSE framework
  • We agree to work to recognize, name, disrupt, and repair microaggressions within our community
  • We assume best intentions and are direct, open, and honest with our colleagues. We know that issues are resolved by open communication, not by gossip


  • We have written agendas, with actionable outcomes, and shared accountability
  • We respect time; members remain present and work is focused and framed in the context of our work with students and collaboration as adults
  • We accept Non-Closure