An Indian Student Models her Country's Costume; Hearst Center Students Perform; Puerto Rican Culture is Shared in Dance
UNI Community Music School Drum Circle Performance
A Saudi Arabian Student from UNI Poses in His Country's Costume; the Sons of Norway Representatives Share Their Heritage.
CultureFest Participants Engage in Food Tasting; Hoover Middle School Students Perform
Father and Son Enjoy an Activity at CultureFest; a Bunger Middle School Student Performs; an Indonesian UNI Student Models her Country's Clothing
A UNI Student from Zambia Shows an Example of Her Country's Costume; Students From the MultiCultural Education Class at HCC Work at One of the CultureFest Booths
This plan reflects the District's efforts to address existing workforce imbalances and strategies for the realization of our goals. The foundation of the District's commitment to affirmative action is its belief that all students in an educational environment are best served … [Read More...]
Listed below are Waterloo Schools' equity-related policies/regulations/exhibits: 103.0 Nondiscrimination Policy 103.1 Anti-Bullying/Harassment Policy for Students and … [Read More...]
Once a year the Waterloo Community Schools joins with local agencies to sponsor CultureFest. This free event is open to the public where attendees can taste samples of food, experience music … [Read More...]
Waterloo Community Schools sponsors a variety of student-,staff-, and parent-based activities that encompass ethnic groups ingenuous to our … [Read More...]
This plan reflects the District's efforts to address existing workforce imbalances and strategies for the realization of our … [Read More...]
Board of Education Nondiscrimination Policy (103.0) states, "The Waterloo Community School District values our culturally … [Read More...]
It is the policy of the Waterloo School District not to illegally discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age (for employment), marital status (for programs), sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status (for programs) in its educational programs and its employment practices.
There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination. If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the District Equity/Affirmative Action Officer, Dr. Beverly Smith, Associate Superintendent for Human Resources/Equity, 1516 Washington Street, 319-433-1800, or email her at email@example.com.