SCHOOL DISTRICT PROGRAMS

UNIQUE PARTNER PROGRAMS FOR TODAY’S UNIQUE LEARNING NEEDS.

The Colorado Springs Conservatory has a 20 year history of working alongside institutional education partners such a school districts, home school academies, Head Start, and Early Head Start to develop, create, manifest and implement customized arts immersion programs that serve students PreK- 12. From ongoing on site studies at the Conservatory, to offsite at various campuses, to virtual learning, the Colorado Springs Conservatory team of mentors are committed to ensuring a meaningful arts experience that enhances any daytime curriculum.

CUSTOMIZABLE OPTIONS

AT YOUR CAMPUS

Conservatory Mentors come to your academic campus:

Choose one or multiple disciplines specific to your needs and expert Mentors and/or Artists will come to your school to deliver. School site learning can occur daily, weekly, or monthly.

VIRTUAL

From private lessons to group classes via Zoom or other platforms, the Conservatory is well-versed to deliver quality programs with personal attention from expert Conservatory Mentors.

Ongoing assignments and “at home” work is maintained via Google Classroom, and are monitored in affiliation with each partner agency.

For more information about your customized partnership opportunity with the Colorado Springs Conservatory, email Dr. Adam Hass at [email protected]

ON SITE · AT THE CONSERVATORY

ONGOING

The Conservatory is equipped on site to offer a myriad of arts immersion programs to include piano class, recording arts, singer songwriter, theater arts, guitar and many more.

Collaborative, age-based curriculum offered daily, weekly or monthly.

FIELD TRIPS

Offering interactive “Arts Immersion” days for up to 40 students per session. Collaborating in singer/songwriter, piano, guitar, recording arts, drum circle, visual arts, dance, and theater.

DIFFERENTLY-ABLED

The Conservatory brings nearly ten years of experience enhancing learning experiences for a wide variety of student learning abilities via its award-winning A POSITIVE NOTE program.

Classes are designed to connect music and special education to improve students’ lives, targeting social-emotional, academic, and artistic development.

Music is proven as an effective tool for unlocking learning potential in differently-abled students.

CREATIVE TEACHER TRAINING

Conservatory mentors and leadership create and deliver teaching tools specific to incorporating the arts into any subject matter or classroom setting.

Mentors are also experienced in creating and delivering innovative and effective team building and leadership programs.

EDUCATOR TESTIMONIALS

Exposure to the arts for young children opens up a world that fosters creativity, imagination, choices, and expression. CPCD’s partnership with the Colorado Springs Conservatory builds learning skills that will carry forward for a lifetime. Young children living in poverty often do not have the opportunity to explore the arts. CPCD’s partnership with the Colorado Springs Conservatory brings the joy of music, art and literacy to young children that will carry forward for a lifetime.

Noreen Landis TysonPresident/CEO CPCD Head Start

Harrison School District Two’s partnership with the Colorado Springs Conservatory has spanned over 14 years and served countless children from preschool to high school with exceptional access to the arts, creativity and imagination that opens doors and provides opportunity for our students. We believe the unique delivery of this arts education levels the playing field for our students and we are honored to work together and to serve as a model for what other communities might create.

Christine O'BrienPublic Information Officer

The Colorado Springs Conservatory partnered with the El Paso County Department of Human Services to help recruit new foster homes. They also provided scholarships to children in foster care. Their staff, volunteers, and students warmly welcomed children in foster care into the CSC community. I am so grateful we have this wonderful local resource – when our community thrives, we all thrive.

Julie KrowExecutive Director, El Paso County Department of Human Services

The Colorado Springs Conservatory has played a significant role in students’ lives. The multitude of experiences in the Performing Arts has allowed students to grow and succeed in tremendous ways. For many years, the partnership with the Colorado Springs Conservatory has allowed students to show tremendous growth in the areas of creativity, confidence, resiliency, positivity, and pride. I am so thankful for the opportunity to be in partnership with the Conservatory.

Elizabeth DomangueSuperintendent Manitou School District 14

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