Studio to School

Reflection 9

American Music Program Progressions

Year Four reflection: Our year four of Studio to School was one of great transition as well as progress. Unexpectedly,…

Harney County – Journal Post #9

S2S Principle #3) Honor the diverse perspectives, experiences, and contribution of all involved. Please click the link below. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1EKdD29MdC9h8YFxDfvCX1J4mfBMKaJKyDMntCLpgwfA/edit?usp=sharing  …

Reflection #9: Stella, Laura and Steelhead in Whychus Creek.

Our story begins with Stella, a first-grader at Sisters Elementary School. Stella is an inquisitive, excited and “always-seeking-learning” kind of…

Principles at Play – Reflection #9

Thank you for the many thoughtful posts in response to Reflection #9. We enjoyed getting a check-in from programs, and were pleased…

Reflection #9 – Making a Difference

Reflection #9 – Making a Difference In 2013 Sunriver Music Festival Director Pam Beezley and La Pine Middle School Principal…

Honoring Jenn

  Principle #3 Honor the diverse perspectives, experiences, and contribution of all involved. Principle #4 Engage experienced and skilled teaching…

E-Journal 9: Music Matters makes a difference to the one

5) Understand and respond equitably to community strengths, histories, and needs. Suggestion: Write about reaching a student or having a…

The Arts: A Contributor to Trauma Informed Practices

Rich in culture and tapping into the best of it might be a way to describe the Eastwood Elementary community. …

“What Connects Us,” Journal #9

What Connects Us Project Description by Teaching Artist Elijah Hasan “What Connects Us” is an art project that combines photography and…

Portrait of an Oaklea Graduate (and Tiger!)

Collaboration. Communication. Self-Awareness. Creativity. Oaklea Middle School students are painting these words on a tiger mural they created on their…

Reflection E-Journal #9 “Highlighting Mrs. Gibbs”

Reflection E-Journal #9 “Highlighting Mrs. Gibbs” Fall is a beautiful time of year in Wallowa County. Nights begin to cool…