• VisionPromote civility

    The vision of the Moraga iKind Project is to promote civility and compassion in our community.
  • Our MissionKindness and Courtesy

    Our mission is to promote kindness and courtesy, to foster courage and bravery, based on the belief that empathy and inclusion constitute the foundation on which community is built.
  • GoalsCommunity-wide programs

    Model civility, courage, and acceptance.
    Develop community-wide programs to support our mission.
    Establish a communication network of community leaders, members, and experts to share ideas and coordinate efforts to support our mission.
  • 1 VisionPromote civility
  • 2 Our MissionKindness and Courtesy
  • 3 GoalsCommunity-wide programs

October is Bullying Prevention Month

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On Tuesday, September 12, 2017, the Moraga School District Governing Board approved Resolution 18-14, in support of October - Bulling Prevention Month. Moraga School District schools rely on promoting and teaching the Life Skills, a District-wide program, to prevent bullying. School sites also implement other programs, such as iKind, Speak Up Be Safe, Safe School Ambassadors, Soul Shoppe Assemblies, Where Everyone Belongs, positive reinforcement recognition, Mindset Matters, Red Ribbon Week activities and more. The vision of the Moraga iKind Project is to promote civility and compassion in our community, so please join their efforts and sign the pledge to Promote and Value Kindness, Treat All People with Respect, Show Compassion and Honesty and Demonstrate Courage. Pledge forms are available at each school site. Pictured left to right - Board members Heather O'Donnell, Jim Obsitnik, President Nickens, Vice President Severy, Joe Rosenbaum and Superintendent Burns.


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On Wednesday, September 13, 2017 the Moraga Town Council approved a Proclamation declaring October 2017 as Bullying Prevention Month.  The proclamation encourages Moraga schools, students, parents, park and recreation programs, religious institutions, and community organizations to engage in a variety of awareness and prevention activities designed to make our community safer for all children and adolescents.  Pictured are Councilmember Kymberleigh Korpus, Mayor Teresa Onoda, iKind Representative Wendell Baker, Vice Mayor Roger Wykle, Councilmember Dave Trotter. (Not pictured Councilmember Jeanette C. Fritzky)


AUHSD Bullying Res 2017

On Wednesday, October 4, 2017 the governing board of the Acalanes Union High School District approved Resolution 17-18-11 proclaiming October as Bullying Prevention Awareness Month in order to build awareness and highlight bullying prevention actifvity in the district.  Pictured are Boardmembers Bob Hockett, Craig Cheslog, Kathy Coppersmith, Susie Epstein, Nancy Kendzierski, and Student Member Komal Sethi.



Safe School Resolutions

"...unequivocal committment to ensuring a welcoming and safe educational environment for ALL students and employees."


Moraga School District Resolution June 6 2017

Acalanes Union High School District Resolution February 15 2017


The Moraga School District also updated their Mission Statement and added the following Core Value:

We are committed to embracing and valuing diversity and inclusion of all students, parents, faculty, and staff. By creating a school climate that is respectful, supportive and appreciative of all differences, we believe our students will be enriched and better prepared to enjoy, contribute, and thrive in any environment.


Moraga School District Mission and Core Values June 6 2017


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Moraga School District Board of Trustees and Superintendent

 6 pledges

JM Spring Fling
Pledges were collected by volunteers from Campolindo HS

125 pledges


Saklan School
150 pledges

Moraga Wine and Pear Festival

Pledges were collected by volunteers from JM and Troop 234
2015 - 285 pledges
2016 - 240 pledges

2017 - 190 pledges

Moraga Community Faire

Pledges were collected at our booth with the help of volunteers from JM and Troop 234

2016 - 306 pledges

2017 - 285 pledges

Moraga Park and Recreation Commissioners
5 pledges

Moraga Boy Scout Troop 234
26 pledges

Town of Moraga Employees
10 pledges