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UnityWorks Teams from Hoover and MLK Elementary Schools

The District serves a diverse population of 16,000 students and is the largest Latino-majority district in the state. 

*  Adams Elementary 

*  Barge-Lincoln Elementary

*  Davis High School

*  Discovery Lab School
*  Eisenhower High School
*  Franklin Middle School
*  Garfield Elementary

*  Gilbert Elementary
*  Hoover Elementary

*  Lewis & Clark Middle School

*  McLure Elementary

*  Mckinley Elementary
*  M.L.King Jr. Elementary

*  Nob Hill Elementary

*  Robertson Elementary

*  Roosevelt Elementary

*  Stanton Academy
​*  Washington Middle School

*  Whitney Elementary
*  Wilson Middle School

UnityWorks Teams from Garfield Elementary,

Lewis & Clark Middle, and Davis High School.

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The UnityWorks School Program began in 2014 with a successful pilot program in Yakima, WA (USA). We have partnered with the Yakima School District to train and support teams from a number of local schools: 

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The Yakima metropolitan area has a population of about 250,000. Almost 45% of the county is Hispanic and 39% of school children speak a language other than English at home. All students in the Yakima District receive free or reduced-price lunch, and 25% of families with children live below the poverty line. In addition, 29% of the population does not have a high school diploma, 15% are single-parent households, and median household income is $44,419. ​(Refs: www.yc-life.org, www.yakimaschools.org, reportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us)

Click on the link for a list of school activities planned by the site teams, along with a sample Diversity Action Plan.

UnityWorks Site Teams