The dimensions of diversity include gender, religious beliefs, race, marital status, ethnicity, parental status, age, education, physical and mental ability, income, sexual orientation, occupation, language, geographic location, and many more components.


There are amazing people doing amazing things here in Tonawanda.

A'Raeya Sunshine LaValley  

   Tonawanda Graduate

Dimensions of Diversity

The graphic above looks at these dimensions in greater detail.

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Tonawanda middle & high school GSA has organized and held their second annual pride parade at the school complex on Friday June 2nd. Students and faculty who were either part of the community or allies walked the track with festival colors, flags, and banners. 


For the past five years, the Tonawanda City School District has used the Warrior Way as the district-wide motto. This means that every warrior is expected to

Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Be Safe!

The Tonawanda City School District is deeply committed to learning, growing, understanding, and creating opportunities for awareness for all of the staff, students, and community members of the City of Tonawanda. We are putting much thought, purpose, and meaning into how diversity, equity, and inclusion impact each member of Warrior Nation.

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Hear from our Warrior Family- Through Their Eyes

My current experience working with students includes a teaching experience as an English as a New Language (ENL) teacher in the Tonawanda City School District. I am currently teaching in Grades K, 1, 3, and 4 at Riverview Elementary School. It is my fifth year being a part of the big Tonawanda Warriors community. Every day teachers and students repeat the “Warrior Way” motto of be respectful, be responsible, and be safe. I believe that these three key words – respectful, responsible, and safe – explain the importance of building strong, trusting, and supporting relationships between students, school personnel, students' families, and residents of the City of Tonawanda. I appreciate the opportunity to contribute my personal and professional experiences to help our students enhance their education by becoming lifelong learners. Celebrating students’ success, learning from them, and watching them grow. Furthermore, having a great opportunity to work alongside, collaborate with, learn from, and receive valuable feedback and support from a great team of educational professionals – teachers, teacher assistants, teacher aides, administrators, and school staff – I find it extremely rewarding. I genuinely enjoy my profession and take pride in continuous improvement. Go, Warriors!

Mrs. Natalia Kim  

   ENL Teacher