DEIB and Wildwood Curriculum
Wildwood’s K-12 Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Scope and Sequence was launched in 2012 and is continuously refined and developed. In a student’s K-12 journey, the Scope and Sequence offers an intentional path toward deepening understanding of identity, diversity, social justice, and action around the social identities that each grade level is responsible for weaving into their curriculum and advisory program.
Wildwood's longstanding and respected commitment to issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) has ensured that the work is integrated throughout the Wildwood experience. Lessons about race, racism, and anti-racism, specifically, are thematically woven into the curriculum in developmentally appropriate ways in kindergarten through 12th grade.
Meet Sandi Crozier, Third Grade Teacher
Sandi believes that Wildwood students are inquisitive information seekers. They don’t want information handed to them; rather, they want to learn how to find the information and take part in the search.
Lessons at Every Level
Our K-12 DEIB Leadership Team, which includes faculty, staff, and administrators from both campuses, closely examines Wildwood’s curriculum as it relates to race, racial justice, and anti-racism work. Throughout the Wildwood journey, diverse cultural identities, world views, aspirations, affiliations, and beliefs strengthen the learning experience for all as we promote open dialogue around difference