The Multicultural Resource Center has a long history of providing cultural artifacts, multicultural teaching resources, professional development and a welcoming meeting space. But in the last several years it has become more evident that the MRC holds the potential to play a more active role in helping create “Strong Schools, Strong Communities." We believe the soul of the MRC lies in the people of the communities whose artifacts live in the Center- from locally to globally, from the Rondo neighborhood to Southeast Asia.
Our mission is to use our space and resources to engage students, staff, families and community members around culture and social justice.
Our vision is that through deep and meaningful engagement students, staff, families and community members will work together to create equitable learning environments and practices for all students.
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We can’t do it without you
We invite you to become a part of our transformational process!
Opportunities include, but are not limited to: Curriculum projects, exhibit presentations, professional development events and continuous conversations.
Click here to go directly to our online catalog and click on Multicultural Resource Center link under "District" on the left side of the page.
Click here to view easy to follow pictorial instructions for searching through our inventory and ordering materials.
If you have never checked out materials from the MRC, please fill out this Lending Agreement and fax it to the number indicated on the sheet. Thank you. Lending Agreement
Mon - Thurs 1pm-5pm
or by special appointment
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