SCFD Collaborations

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.

 

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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.

SCFD Collaborations

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.

 

current scfd logo

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.

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