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Any Given Child Indy Pilot School, has received a $325,000 grant award from BREAK the Walton Foundation. The Walton Family Foundation, a philanthropic group governed by the family that founded Walmart, was created to fuel solutions for persistent educational programs. The Foundation believes that innovations View more
Second, third, and fourth grade students at James Russell Lowell School 51 have participated in Kids Dance Outreach each week this semester as an initiative of Any Given Child Indy. These students performed for their parents and the school's pre-k and kindergarten students last week. They showcased what they learned from the program, including different
James Russell Lowell is currently in partnership with Kids Dance Outreach and Young Actors Theatre for in-school arts-as-curriculum. Students in grades 2-4 participate in theater and dance class twice a week, and they are thrilled to attend the classes! There will be a culminating performance for KDO in early May, and a culminating performance for YAT
On Friday, April 6, local nonprofit Notable Measures donated to Center for Inquiry School 70. This gift of $1,000 marked the third donation to the school from the student-lead organization. Read about the two donations Notable Measures has made to Any Given Child Indy here.
Each spring, a nation-wide high school arts competition is sponsored by the Members of the U.S. House of Representatives. The Artistic Discovery Contest is an opportunity to recognize and encourage the artistic talent in the nation, as well as in our congressional district.
IPS George Buck School #94 was recently the recipient of a generous donation of art supplies through our Any Given Child Indy Pilot School program. Mr. David Newman, IPS K-12 Fine Arts Instructional Coach, was contacted by a family who wanted to donate art materials to a school in need. Mr. Newman chose George Buck, who recently hired an art teacher
On Saturday, April 7, Indianapolis Public Schools is hosting a Curriculum & Instruction Summit at Forest Manor Professional Development Center, open to any teacher in the Indianapolis area. The day is broken into three sessions: one keynote session and two sessions with multiple breakout topics to choose from. Each session is 70 minutes, with a 10-15
The Marian University Theatre Program will be touring central Indiana schools this spring with a wonderful play based on tales from Africa. The play is geared particularly for preschool - grade 2 students and focuses on the themes of: Diversity, Discrimination, Loss, and Acceptance. Don’t miss your chance to bring the theatre to YOU!
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