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Statement from Upper St. Clair Township and School District Leaders

USC Administration - Wednesday, June 03, 2020
Statement from Upper St. Clair Township and School District Leaders

Upper St. Clair Township and Upper St. Clair School District officials were recently made aware of a social media post of a protest that was planned to be held at the high school campus without authorization. While the School District and Township strongly support inclusivity, the district’s schools and grounds remain closed with the exception of school-sponsored events due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
 
District and Township officials are meeting with protest organizers to discuss collaborative, peaceful and productive means to address social justice issues with the understanding that public safety is our first responsibility.
 
Any further updates will be provided via the Upper St. Clair Township’s and Upper St. Clair School District’s websites and social media channels.
 
Upper St. Clair’s local officials continue to improve and promote inclusivity and do not tolerate racism, or any other forms of discrimination within the district’s schools and township. Upper St. Clair is home to families from all over the world. This diversity contributes to the strength of the community.

Each of Upper St. Clair School District’s six schools recently earned the designation as a “No Place for Hate” school from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). No Place for Hate helps incorporate anti-bias and bullying prevention resources into the district’s existing programs in order to have one consistent message of inclusivity. These efforts focused on inclusivity will continue throughout the upcoming school year.
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