Student Justice Conference
The purpose of the Student Justice Conference is to build space for Northshore’s high school students to celebrate their intersectional identities, build community and collaborate with one another, grow their knowledge and understandings about various forms of justice, meet and work with educators and community partners, and learn more about various higher education opportunities.
This conference is designed for Northshore School District high school students.
When & Where
Friday, March 24
9:45 a.m. - 2:15 p.m.
Lunch and District transportation will be provided.
This will be an excused absence for all students who attend.
During the conference, students will hear from keynote speaker Dr. Christopher Emdin; attend three workshop sessions of their choice that will be centered around the conference theme and led by educators, community leaders, UW Bothell students, and Northshore’s Student Justice Collective; and have access to learning about higher education options, opportunities, and resources from UW Bothell and Cascadia College students and faculty.
How to Attend
Students must complete a permission packet, which includes a permission slip, photo release form, and food selection form.
Once the permission packet is printed, completed, and signed, they will turn it into their Counseling Office.
Due to limited venue capacity, there is space for 45 students from each comprehensive high school (North Creek, Bothell, Woodinville and Inglemoor) and 20 students from Innovation Lab, Secondary Academy for Success (SAS), Northshore Networks and Northshore Family Partnerships, Northshore Virtual Program. Conference registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. A student’s conference registration is not complete until their completed permission packet is submitted to the Counseling Office.
Your permission packet is due to your school’s Counseling Office by Tuesday, February 28.