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Multi-Cultural Education

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Throughout the year we engage in multi-cultural education activities in the classroom, around the campus, and throughout the year. We engage students with meaningful experiences that allow them to expand their understanding and appreciation for diversity. 

Save the date: Mac N Kids meeting dates for the 2022-23 school year:
1st semester - September 27, 2022
2nd semester - December 13, 2022
3rd semester - February 28, 2023
4th semester - April 18, 2023
 
Other fun Mac N Kids calendar items:
~ Spooktacular Treats sale: October 12- 26th
~ Love Bugs sale: January 30- February 8th
Hmong flier for Sept 2022 meeting

2022-23 1st Quarter Meeting is September 27, 2022

2021-22 4th Quarter Meeting is 4/21/22

MAC & Kids- Multicultural Advisory Committee & Kids

MAC & Kids is a multicultural club at Maple Creek whose goal is to promote awareness, understanding, and acceptance of cultural diversity. Our club provides the opportunity to become more familiar with our diverse community at Maple Creek. Involvement in MAC & Kids helps develop self-esteem and pride in one’s heritage.

MAC & Kids members are devoted to learning about customs, beliefs, and foods that are unique to different cultures. Our group will organize major events throughout the school year so we may educate our school community about different cultures. 

Membership includes parents and their children, of all ages, sharing and learning. A particular culture is celebrated at each meeting by providing parents with stimulating discussion while their children engage in a fun activity. Food is brought by members and relates to the ethnic culture being shared. 


 
 

Cultural Education and Projects

Each year the grade level teams specifically target multiple cultural projects to enhance their curriculum. They focus on celebrating cultures in their classrooms and allow students to share their own unique experiences. The teachers collaborate to expand on the cultural focuses identified in the ELA Benchmark curriculum. These projects include STEM activites, research projects, literature studies, as well as arts. 
 
 

Multicultural Fashion Show

Maple Creek established an opportunity for students to display their culture through an annual fashion show. This show allows students to model and display clothing from their culture. The entire student body gets to learn about the various cultures within the fabric of Maple Creek. This show is typically held in late fall, and is an anticipated event each year. 

Benchmark Curriculum

Embedded Image for:  (2019620133926997_image.jpg)  The Benchmark curriculum includes texts from Kindrergarten through 5th grade that provide a study and highlight of diverse people, cutltures, and the importance of valuing one another's contributions. 

Collections Curriculum

Embedded Image for:  (2019620135016214_image.jpg)  Our Collections curriculum in 6th grade includes a variety of texts for students to read that illustrate diversity, inclusion, and appreciation. Within our ELA standards, students are challenged to read text close, discuss, think critically and formulate opinions as they interact with various text. 

Supplemental Curriculum

Embedded Image for:  (201962014956287_image.JPG)  Core Curriculum is supplemented with many resources that are often researched based in an effort to enhance instruction.  Supplemental curriculum is highly engaging and designed to meet the needs of all students. 
2025 E. Teague
Fresno, CA 93720
(559) 327-7300


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