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Office of the Chief of Staff

Office of the Chief of Staff

Teacher with StudentsChief of Staff: Paulette Chambers
Office Main Phone:  414-475-8393

The Office of the Chief of Staff helps to identify, develop, engage, and integrate resources to support schools, students, and their families.

Overview

The Office of the Chief of Staff helps to identify, develop, engage, and integrate external resources to support schools, students, and their families. This office collaborates with all chief offices to ensure the success of these supports. A strong emphasis is placed on efforts of student recruitment and retention geared toward stabilizing and growing MPS enrollment.


Black and Latino Male Achievement

  • Director:
  • Nathaniel Deans
  • Phone: 414-475-8631
  • Fax: 414-475-8457

The Department of Black and Latino Male Achievement creates systems, structures and spaces that guarantee success for all Black and Latino boys and young men through support for schools and students. It creates a vision that sees all boys with an affirmed sense of identity, dignity and self-confidence with tools to navigate college, career and life.

Equity, Access, and Inclusion

  • Director:
  • Dr. Patricia A. Ellis
  • Phone: 414-475-8466
  • Fax: 

The Department of Equity, Access, and Inclusion works to build a welcoming and inclusive culture that embraces and respects all humanity and relationships. These efforts are accomplished through engagement with staff, students, families, and community stakeholders in diverse, collaborative efforts and initiatives.

Gender & Identity Inclusion

  • Director:
  • Ebony Lewis
  • Phone: 414-777-7864
  • Fax:

The Department of Gender & Identity Inclusion develops and implements programs and initiatives to support students, guide staff, and inform district planning and decision making.

Restorative Practices

  • Director:
  • Leon Groce
  • Phone: 414-252-0221

Within MPS, restorative practices is a framework that emphasizes the value of relationships and repairing harm to build and sustain a positive learning and working space for students and adults districtwide. The restorative practices continuum honors cultures/identities, values shared agreements, builds community, engages students, uses restorative circles, and fosters responsive circles.

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