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WPA Meeting 3/12 to Discuss Global Initiatives at Westridge
Posted 02/28/2019 02:33PM

Q: How do Westridge students become global citizens? 
A: We teach them. 

The Westridge Parent Association and Upper School Director Gary Baldwin will host a conversation about the wonderful global initiatives ongoing at Westridge. Mr. Baldwin will be joined by faculty and members of the school's Global Committee to discuss the origins of the program and current students will share about their involvement in global projects, including the recent Border Trip. There will also be an opportunity to hear about some aspirational plans for the program going forward. 

Global Initiatives at Westridge - a conversation presented by the WPA
Tuesday, March 12 in the Commons
Reception 6:30 pm, meeting starts at 7 pm

Image source: Spyglass 2.0, Abby Y. '20. Westridge students write messages of hope and peace in chalk on the border wall.

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