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Reflection 8

Reflection #8

Reflection 8 is the most difficult one that I have had to write, for personal and professional reasons. I stepped…

Eye on Year Five: Strengths and Risks for SBMF/Lincoln City S2S Project

Here in Lincoln City, as we stride through year three, our Studio to School project has been refined into delivering…

Slow and Steady Growth: A Sustainability Plan

Photos:  AIEG Teaching artist, MacRae Wylde’s sculptures for the Music Festival of the Gorge event at Waterfront Park in September….

Strengths and Challenges on the Road to Sustainability

Thank you all for providing thoughtful responses for Reflection #8. Several common themes emerged across most grantee programs, and it’s…

E-Journal Assignment 8: Looking to the future–Sustainability!

Written by Jeff Fuller, Principal of ASMS with support from our awesome team! When you think about how you will…

Post #8 Looking ahead

Studio to School Initiative       Project Evaluation Planning Year 3: What we want to learn next                                                                                         Studio to…

Deepening and Sustaining the Oregon Symphony/David Douglas Schools Studio to School project

                  Greatest strengths and assets in this partnership: Committed administration and board…

Peninsula + Caldera Reflection #8

Challenges are always opportunities Portland Public Schools decision to create middle schools from K – 8 configured schools deeply impacted Peninsula…

#8–Sustainable and effective

While this post is somewhat short and sweet it is succinct and well thought out and carries with it a…

The Heart of Winter

The Heart of Winter-a dance theatre feast written by and for our Illinois Valley Community

Challenges and Opportunities as a Path to Sustainability

Our team has identified professional development (PD) as one of the essential components to our success in moving toward whole…

Reflecting on Sustainability

When you think about how you will sustain your project (or its most essential components), what are your greatest strengths…

E-Journal Reflection #8

E-journal Post #8                                  …

Reflections on Sustainability

Written by Oaklea Principal Brian Young Editing and support by Liora Sponko, Lane Arts Council Executive Director When you think about…

Sustainability in Year 3 and Beyond – Reflection #8

Fishtrap/Joseph Charter School Contributors: Mike Midlo, Fishtrap Program Manager Shannon McNerney, Fishtrap Executive Director Cameron Scott, Fishtrap Story Lab Coordinator…

Sustainability Narrative (Reflection #8 part 3/3)

RiverStars Performing Arts Sustainability Narrative        10/31/16 By Lindsey Gillette and Gina Angelique The sustainability of arts programs has long…

Sustainability Plan Outline (Reflection #8 part 2/3)

RiverStars Performing Arts Sustainability Plan 10/31/16 Contributed Income Opportunities: 1. Write grants: Goal: $20,000 This will be the largest source…

Reflection #8 Part 1/3

Studio to Schools Reflection #8                        10/31/16 Three Rivers/Illinois Valley When you think about how you…

Reflection #8 – Sustaining the Work

THIRD YEAR FOCUS The Sunriver/La Pine Studio Project Team will concentrate on developing and refining two key projects – band…

S2S Reflection E-Journal #8

Pulsar at Open School North Reflection #8: Sustainability When you think about how you will sustain your project (or its…