The Chorale participates in the Scientific and Culteral Collaborative using funds from the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD). Programs offered to schools through the collaborative include:
The Alliance Project: A grant, which provides public middle schools curriculum-based classes, visits, workshops, assemblies, and field trips (including bus support and subs) tailer-made to the requests of an interdisciplinary team of teachers at no cost to the school.
* The Chorale has provided "Kids Performing for Kids" assemblies and master classes to bring professional choral instructors into chior classrooms helping teachers prepare for concerts.
Education Pathways: Pathways provides funding to assist schools, senior centers, libraries and other groups with cultural activities including admission support for events, partial payment for assemblies, multi-visit residencies and bus funds to bring students to Chorale events.
The Directory of Educational Activities for Teachers and Schools is an annual catalog listing nearly 200 education-based field trips, assemblies, workshops, and class visits from SCC members with descriptions, costs, contacts and age level information. Visit www.scfd.org or www.sccollaborative.org to download a copy with Chorale listings.
TEA - Teacher Email Advantage Service is a monthly email sent to over 400 teachers with news, offers, discounts, including performances by the Chorale.
For additional information on these programs, please email Charlotte D'Armond Talbert, Ph.D., coordinator, Scientific & Cultural Collaborative at SCCollaborative@comcast.net or call her at 303.519.7772.
The SCC serves both the citizens and member arts, culture and science organizations with the seven-county Scientific and Cultural Facilities District through public awareness, networking and educations initiatives. For additional information visit www.SCCollaborative.org.