One Community Conference
The ONE COMMUNITY Conference is an annual event hosted at one of our four high school buildings. Started in 2014 with 95 participants, we have since grown the conference to over 350 attendees. A collaborative effort between pupil services, gifted services, and equity/inclusion, the purpose of the event is to provide participants with a learning opportunity focused on supporting students with a variety of needs from all different backgrounds. We strongly believe in creating platforms to showcase student voice, as we seek to use personal experiences as a spring board for how to shift our practice. This unique opportunity allows for stakeholders from all walks of life to come together and brainstorm through some of society’s most pressing issues. While the event primarily hosts students, staff, and families within the district, it is open to the general public.
2020 ONE Community Conference: "Inspiring a Community of Change Makers"
This equity and inclusion conference will be held at Olentangy Orange High School on February 8, 2020. The event will take place from 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM. Families are encouraged to come for all or part of the day.
For our next conference, are you interested in:
- Being a presenter?
- Become a sponsor?
The 6th Annual ONE COMMUNITY Equity and Inclusion Conference is February 8, 2020 and we're looking for engaging speakers! This year's theme is "Inspiring a Community of Change Makers."
Last year's event attracted more than 450 attendees from across central Ohio. This is a great opportunity for students, teachers, parents and local experts to speak about topics related to equity and inclusion.
The deadline to apply is October 18. To learn more and register as a speaker visit: One Community Conference