Students enjoy programs representing a wide variety of the arts including music, dance, painting, writing (creative writing, expository writing and poetry - including many visiting authors), theater arts, storytelling and more. The bulk of our programming consists of hands-on workshops which emphasize student participation and active learning.
Highlights from the 2020-2021 program
Biscuit author Alyssa Satin Capucilli joined our Kindergarten classes for an interactive writing workshop
Ted Scheu, that poetry guy, helped our 1st graders bring poetry to life in a workshop focusing on rhyme and rhythm
An authentic Mariachi band joins our second graders in their end-of-year fiesta bringing to life their final social studies unit, A Cultural Study of Mexico
Journeys into American Indian Territory provides a full day Eastern Woodlands experience to our grade 3 classes
'I Survived author Lauren Tarshis combined stories of resilience with insights into her researching and writing process during her visit with 4th-grade students
5th graders spent the day with Connecticut's 2nd Regiment Light Dragoons to wrap up their year-long study of the American Revolution
Each year, we sponsor Arts Field Day, which is an opportunity for children in 3rd through 5th grades to experiment with different art forms and learn from professional artists. They can enroll in workshops to learn more about painting, musical theater, robotics, dance, and much more! This year's Arts Field Day will be held outdoors for our 5th-grade students on May 11, 2021. 5th graders can select from workshops in acrylic painting, improv, tai chi, kung fu, magic, Chinese brush painting, yoga, and hip hop.
Full details of Art enrichment activities taking place this school year can be viewed here
- Monday, May 10
- Tuesday, May 11
- Wednesday, May 12
- Thursday, May 13
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