Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (EIB)
Colonial strives to create an inviting and inclusive environment where all students can see themselves and where they can succeed socially, emotionally, and academically.
Schools must take part in school-wide, discussion-based activities each year to maintain the distinction awarded by the Anti-Defamation League.
Guest presenters from SEEN: Spellers Empowering Education for Nonspeakers shared videos and used letterboards to spell answers to questions from second graders.
After spirited send-offs at Whitemarsh and Colonial elementary schools, the athletes traveled to Hatboro-Horsham to compete in races, as well as jumping and throwing events.
James Viall was a part of the national coverage announcing the production of the first Barbie doll with Down syndrome.
Students across the district raised awareness about Down Syndrome and learned a bit more about the condition on March 21.
Students learn about a girl who advocated for the addition of other colors in the crayon box to be used when drawing people with different skin tones.
Hip Hop Fundamentals entertained and educated with its presentation about civil rights.
Committed to Being No Place for Hate
Each Colonial School District school is a designated No Place for Hate school. This designation is assigned by the Anti-Defamation League each year based on a school's commitment to organizing three school-wide activities each year meant to help students challenge bias and bullying, celebrate diversity, and promote respect for differences. Click below to learn more.