Caring Schools #CommonGood
It’s official! Round Rock High School is an early leader in the Caring Schools #CommonGood campaign, a new national campaign to mobilize middle and high schools to prepare young people to be constructive community members and citizens who create a better world. Led by Harvard’s Making Caring Common project, the campaign aims to motivate schools to take action to help mend our country’s fractures and strengthen democracy.
As part of the campaign, Round Rock High School has committed to Paint Away Prejudice by allowing campus organizations and individuals to paint positive artwork and messages of equity, caring and compassion for others throughout our campus. We will also be hosting a series of Talk Across the Table, Diversity Dinner events. We are looking forward to working with the entire school community in the coming weeks and months to make these commitments a reality.
To learn more about this campaign, please see our press release. If you’d like to help, we are looking for contributions of painting materials and supplies and corporate sponsorships for meals for the Talk Across the Table events.
In the meantime, please help us spread the word today on social media using our school’s campaign image and the hashtag #CommonGood. Thanks in advance!