CultureLEAPs pair cultural partners with grade-specific curriculum for cultural learning experiences for entire grade levels.
Grade 4, Worcester Art Museum
Every fourth grade student in the WPS visited the Worcester Art Museum, studied master landscapes from the permanent collection, and engaged in related curriculum-based visual and language arts activities.
This program was funded by C.C. Lowell and Greater Worcester Community Foundation.
Grade 10, Shakespeare & Co.
Every tenth grade student in the WPS attended a live performance of Shakespeare & Co.’s Julius Caesar at The Hanover Theatre after reading the story in literature class.
This program was supported in part by a grant from the Worcester Cultural Commission, a local agency, which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, with additional support from Greater Worcester Community Foundation.
Funded by 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program of the Worcester Public Schools.
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