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Public invited to learn about progress of K-12 arts plan Sept. 27
The Seattle K-12 Arts Learning Collaborative will share a report Sept. 27 on the progress of a comprehensive K-12 arts plan designed to increase quality learning opportunities for all Seattle Public Schools students.
The evening will include Wing Luke Elementary students performing a dance number and Superintendent José Banda giving some remarks.
The goal of the collaborative is to ensure all Seattle Public Schools students have opportunities to learn through the arts, helping them to be successful in school and in life.
Last spring, many in the community shared their vision for a new arts plan in a series of community focus-group meetings. The School District released a report with findings from those meetings.
Find out more about the progress of the plan and the important role the arts play in building 21st-century skills at the mid-point meeting.
Children are welcome. Free supervised arts activities for school-aged children will be provided. Space for children's arts workshop is limited.
K-12 Comprehensive Arts Plan mid-point meeting
Seattle City Hall
Bertha Knight Landes Room.
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 27
600 Fourth Ave.
RSVP required: Jenny Crooks or (206) 684-7084