African American Parent & Educator Advisory Committee
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Meet Your 2020-21 AAPEAC Officers
Stephanie Walton, Chairwoman
Hi Parents! I am honored to serve as your AAPEAC Chairwoman for the Etiwanda School District. I am a wife and mother of two daughters. My purpose for serving on this advisory board is to partner with district leaders to amplify our Black children’s achievements, support diversity in our classrooms, and ultimately close the learning gap. We need everyone’s input, ideas, and support to ensure that our district continues to exemplify the highest standards in educating our kids. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me.
Myiesha Majors, Vice Chairwoman
Tawni Flot-Williams, Secretary
Hello! Being a part of Etiwanda’s AAPEAC has provided the perfect opportunity to advocate for my own children, and their peers who look like them, the way I have advocated for many students as a school counselor. It has been an amazing journey to take the knowledge, experience, and skills learned from my profession to ensure African American students in ESD receive an equitable and rigorous education. Our students deserve it and I am glad to be part of a team who believes the same. If you have any questions, I am here to help.
AAPEAC Book Fair Jan. 15 - Feb. 15, 2021
Resources for Families
Free Tutoring through Paper
Next AAPEAC Meeting...
Meeting agenda is available on the district website under the Family Tab "How Can I Get Involved" link, 72 hours prior to the meeting.
Questions? Please reach out to us.
Stephanie Walton, chairwoman, firstname.lastname@example.org
Myiesha Majors, vice chairwoman, email@example.com
Tawni Flot-Williams, secretary, firstname.lastname@example.org
Etiwanda School District
Charlayne Sprague, assistant superintendent of instruction, email@example.com
Damita Walton, director of pupil services, firstname.lastname@example.org
School Site AAPEAC Representative contact information is available through your school office or by calling the Instruction Department at (909) 803-3126.