Collaborating with teachers & students in the creative process.
The Classroom Enrichment Program is a partnership with Blaine County School District that integrates the arts into secondary core subjects such as math, science and humanities. The program allows SVMoA to enhance school curriculum by collaborating with teachers and students in a creative process, providing an opportunity to approach a topic in a new way or deepen the discussion on a given subject.
Video Gallery—Classroom Enrichment Projects
With Ms. Naghsh and Ms. Guevara’s 6th grade Social Studies students at Wood River Middle School and their unit on Canadian Tribes and their use of Spirit Animals and Totems.
With Mr. Poklemba and Mr. Martone’s 8th grade Science class at Wood River Middle School and their until on Watershed in Spring 2018.
With Michael Breen’s 10th grade English class at Carey High School and their unit on on To Kill A Mockingbird. This School Residency took place Spring 2016.
With Tim Rierden’s 7th grade Humanities class at Wood River Middle School and their unit on Peace and Conflict. This School Residency took place Spring 2015
With Jennifer Rierden’s 6th grade AP Language Arts class and Janene Alleman’s 7th grade Life Science class at Wood River Middle School. This School Residency took place Spring 2014.
With Dr. Marcia Grawbow's AP Statistics Class at Wood River High School. This School Residency took place from October 2013–February 2014.
Photo Gallery—Classroom Enrichment Projects
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2016 CLASSROOM ENRICHMENT PROJECT:
Glenn Lindsley’s 12th grade Applied Math classes