Help Choose the Skinner North Diverse Needs Committee Logo

The Skinner North Diverse Needs Committee has been working on designs for a committee logo. After reviewing as a committee and consulting with the Student Council, we're now asking the Skinner North community to give us their opinion on which design best represents the vision and goals of the committee.

If you're not familiar with the Diverse Needs Committee, read on for some background:

Did you know that 1 out of every 6 students at Skinner North Classical School are considered diverse learners?

That means these students have a 504 plan or an IEP and receive support from one or more of the following:
nursespeech and language pathologistsocial workercounseloroccupational therapistpsychologisteducator to students with visual impairmentdiverse learner educatorparaprofessional

The Skinner North Diverse Needs Committee aims to support an inclusive community for all students with focused efforts toward those with an IEP or 504 plans.

As a group of involved parents, teachers and administrators, we will work collaboratively to build a productive and enriching environment for all of our children by providing parent support, discussing best practices, identifying potential needs, answering questions and having educational speakers and forums, while maintaining the individual rights of students with IEP and 504 plans. We invite all parents, teachers and administrators to join our group as it involves all of us; however, participation is voluntary and will not impact individual special education services.

The Options:

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Option 1

Option 1 uses the 5 pointed star geometry and the Skinner North colors. This new symbol is meant to communicate inclusiveness and loosely represent a group of five people facing each other and clasping hands.

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Option 2

Option 2 arranges the initials of the committee (SNDN) in a tangram-like format

The pieces of the logo can then be reassembled to create characters for use elsewhere (website, t-shirts, buttons, flyers). These characters could be created by students using cutout shapes.


Option 3

Option 3 nestles together the words that comprise the committee name. The use of the star and colors serves as a connection to the Skinner North logo.

Cast Your Vote:

Logo Survey

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