Black History Month Events Take Place Across the District
Dear Topeka Public Schools Family,
As we end Black History Month and we prepare to enter March in celebration of Women's History Month and Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, we are proud to highlight the diversity and inclusive environment that Topeka Public Schools provides. This week is National Public Schools Week. As a public school district, we serve as the one place all individuals can receive an education that gives them access to college and careers. Pictured are some students from my Superintendent's Student Advisory at Highland Park. They represent the beautiful diversity we have in our schools. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." Our educators are a symbol of love and kindness. Join us in posting why you love TPS on social media. Thank you to our families and educators in TPS for being a symbol of love for the most vulnerable.
Dr. Tiffany Anderson Superintendent