top of page
دليل البرنامج

Arts Ed Newark هو منشئ وموصل للقطاع ، يرفع المجال ككل من خلال مساعدة الشركاء على الوصول إلى تعليم الفنون في نيوارك على نطاق واسع. يتم دعم هذه الرؤية من خلال دليل البرامج الخاص بنا عبر الإنترنت والذي يسمح لشركائنا بنشر برامجهم للمعلمين والطلاب من جميع الأعمار والعائلات والفنانين في مجتمع نيوارك.

يبحث

PRISM LGBTQ+ Art Making Collective

PRISM Club : A Teen LGBTQ+ Art-Making Collective
Come create glass art in a safe space that thrives on diversity and inclusion.

​GlassRoots' PRISM Club is open to all youth ages 14-18, and preference will be given to LGBTQ+ and BIPOC-identifying youth living in Newark.

The collective aims to support youth in a troubling time within civil liberties and ways of life are in jeopardy across the country.

The club will meet on Saturday afternoons to explore various glassmaking techniques, including glassblowing, flameworking, jewelry fashioning, mosaics, stained glass, and more!

Saturdays
January 13 through June 8 2024
1:30- 3:30 pm
https://www.glassroots.org/prism-club-for-lgbtq-teens.html

Michelle Knox

I AM MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

Is a S.T.E.A.M Mentorship program centered around the art of self, self-empowerment, self-identity, self-expression, self-awareness, and self-love. This program can be ran in 6 or 12 weeks.

Fallon Davis

The Youthentr Epreneurial Spirit

Program Information: Winter Semester 2024
Program Dates: Wednesdays from January 17 - June 5, 2024
​Time: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Location: GlassRoots, 10 Bleeker Street, Newark, NJ
Rolling Application Deadline until full

Youth Entrepreneurial Spirit (YES) is a unique art and entrepreneurship program designed exclusively for high school students. Artmaking – glassblowing, fusing and flamework – is the catalyst to teach students the fundamentals of business development and management. Once a week, students from schools throughout the region gather to hone their creative thinking and problem-solving skills in our studios. This program is FREE and open to all area high school students.

Michelle Knox

HANDS-ON S.T.E.A.M WORKSHOPS

We have developed an interactive outdoor or virtual learning experience for Black and Brown students. The program provides four (4) different hands-on S.T.E.A.M activities in a green space (ideally) or virtually allowing students, schools, and community members to enjoy learning in a new way. Virtual programs will be supplied kits ahead of time. Our programs are designed around the national S.T.E.A.M standards, always incorporate the Expressive Arts, and touch on topics like Environmental Justice, Social Justice, and Holistic Health & Wellness. Our goal is to provide thought provoking programming to dismantle the misrepresentations of blacks in S.T.E.A.M fields. We want to educate students on the endless possibilities they have for their futures, give them a voice and platform to be valued and protected, and provide a creative and innovative approach to virtual and in-person learning. These programs are customizable. They can be (1) event or a series of programs.

Fallon Davis

Healing Centered Peer Learning Community

Those who have completed AEN's Trauma-Informed Care Healing Centered Engagement and the Arts Series have the opportunity to work with one another to create a Peer Learning Community. Throughout 6 virtual sessions, we will share Trauma Informed Care/Healing Centered arts classroom models, provide opportunities for participants to discuss and build on their own success and collectively unpack and strategize around challenges to implement trauma informed principles and create healing centered spaces.

Eligibility: open and free to anyone who has *completed* the AEN Trauma-Informed Care/Healing Centered & the Arts Training Series. Priority will be given to those who serve Newark youth.

Dates: Mondays (4-6 pm) - We ask you commit to attend all five of the following virtual sessions via ZOOM
January 9, February 13, March 13, April 17, May 15, June 12, 2023*

Note: A $200 stipend will be provided to those who attend all 5 sessions.

Mayuri Chandra

Trauma-Informed Care And the Arts Training Series

Are you an educator, youth development worker, teaching artist or healthcare professional that serves youth in Newark? Do you want to learn more about trauma-informed care? This special hands-on series, a result of a year-long collaboration at Arts Ed Newark, will be led by trauma and arts specialists who will guide discussion about how trauma is defined and impacts youth and ourselves. You will learn how arts strategies can promote resilience and create safer youth spaces. Please join us for this important and necessary training series. Credits available for participants of entire series. You must attend all three workshops in the series.

Mayuri Chandra

Residencies

We offer artist residency programs, both in-school, afterschool, and virtually depending on artist availability. Our educational programs and assemblies have been presented in numerous schools, community centers, libraries, and museums, as well as in public areas throughout the NY tri-state area and abroad since 2000. Residencies include: Music (Brazilian Drumming, African Drumming, Trash Percussion), Drama, Visual Arts (Grades 3-12), Dance (Latin, Tap, African, and Brazilian Capoeira), Early Childhood and Technology through the Arts (Modern Videography 101, Music Technology MIDI - Grades served: 5- 12 (Limited Enrollment)).

Vincent B. Ector

Early Childhood Workshops

Arts For Kids Early Childhood workshops consist of a series of developmental workshops in Music, Movement, and Drama that require active, hands-on participation from the educator/parent and child. Participants are exposed to phonemic awareness, sequencing, math, colors, shapes and numerous other research-based early childhood educational concepts taught through the use of the arts.

Vincent B. Ector

FOR EDUCATORS: Music Composition Through Technology

Momin will offer a professional development course for teaching artists to learn how to effectively use Soundtrap for the Music Composition Through Technology program.
1) TAs will learn the fundamental technical skills required to navigate and control the Soundtrap music software;
2) TAs will gain insight into the basic elements of creating audio and MIDI tracks;
3) TAs will understand the multi-layered process involved in the creation of a song, using loops, recording external instruments, and the basic manipulation of rhythms and melodies, to create song-arrangements.
4) TAs will learn basic production skills such as adding automation, equalization (EQ), compression, reverb and various other sound effects.
5) TAs will learn how to effectively manage the Soundtrap “educators panel’ to manage and organize their students, assign lessons and control privacy/sharing settings.

Vincent B. Ector

Music Composition Through Technology

Feel like a professional producer by learning how to use a web-based music production program that allows even non-musicians to create music. This program works on all computer operating systems (pcs/macs) and syncs with mobile devices (android/iphone) as well. Students will learn how to arrange and edit tracks, along with basic production skills such as adding automation, equalization (EQ), compression, and reverb to add a unique identity to their songs. By the end of the residency, each student would have recorded an original music composition in a genre of their choosing. Students will also learn to create their own podcasts. Learn about this exciting computer program and how you can incorporate it into your curriculum to integrate technology and the arts.

Vincent B. Ector

PRISM LGBTQ+ Art Making Collective

PRISM Club : A Teen LGBTQ+ Art-Making Collective
Come create glass art in a safe space that thrives on diversity and inclusion.

​GlassRoots' PRISM Club is open to all youth ages 14-18, and preference will be given to LGBTQ+ and BIPOC-identifying youth living in Newark.

The collective aims to support youth in a troubling time within civil liberties and ways of life are in jeopardy across the country.

The club will meet on Saturday afternoons to explore various glassmaking techniques, including glassblowing, flameworking, jewelry fashioning, mosaics, stained glass, and more!

Saturdays
January 13 through June 8 2024
1:30- 3:30 pm
https://www.glassroots.org/prism-club-for-lgbtq-teens.html

Michelle Knox

Glass Art Field Trip

The Glass-Art Field Trip
Centered on the beauty and magic of glass-art, our signature Field Trip offers students the opportunity to create glass beads over a 2000 degree torch in our Flame Shop, individual glass-mosaics in our Flat Shop, and witness an exciting demonstration of glassblowing in our Hot Shop (when available). All projects include an introduction to and practice with glass tools, as well as lessons in basic color and design theory. Unique in the field of visual arts, especially in its use of fire and glass, this multi-dimensional learning experience can activate one or more indicators of engagement in students such as responsiveness, curiosity, investigation, discovery, anticipation, persistence and initiation.

Lisa Duggan

Institute of Music for Children - 12 or 24 week Afterschool Program

WE OFFER:
Dance
Visual Arts
Acting
Media Arts
Specialty Classes
Music
Voice
Many More...

Discover the Perfect Creative Outlet for Your Child this Fall/Spring Semester! Enroll your child in our Fall/Spring semester to provide them with an enriching arts experience. Our program offers young artists the opportunity to explore their creativity and immerse themselves in the world of the arts outside of regular school hours.

We are a non-profit arts organization dedicated to empowering young minds through creative expression and skill development. Our program goes beyond traditional arts education; it fosters a sense of community guided by our vision of H.A.R.M.O.N.Y! (Helping to Achieve Responsible Motivated Optimistic Neighborhood Youth). Join us in nurturing your child's personal growth while they learn, create, and thrive through the arts.

Interested? here’s the link to our website!
https://www.instituteofmusic.org/

Darryl G. - Outreach Coordinator

Institute of Music for Children - Afterschool Program

Our Fall/Spring semester is a way for our students to engage in the arts and give them more access outside of school to help them find an outlet of creativity.

The Institute of Music for Children is a non-profit arts organization giving the opportunity for students to learn, create and build skills, through the arts and for their personal growth. Our Program is not just about what we teach, but it’s also about building our community through our vision of H.A.R.M.O.N.Y! (Helping to Achieve Responsible Motivated Optimistic Neighborhood Youth)

-Dance (Ballet, African Dance, etc.)
-Visual Arts (Art, Anime/ Cartooning, etc.)
-Acting (Little Actors, Improv, etc.)
-Media Arts (Filmmaking, Digital Music Makers, etc.)
-Specialty Classes (Young Chefs, Podcast, Fashion Design, Crochet, etc.)
-Music (Piano, Guitar, Violin, Drumline etc.)
-Voice (Singing, The voice, Musical Theater etc.)

Interested? Here’s the link to our website!
https://www.instituteofmusic.org

School Residencies

Students thrive in the Spotlight.
Bring NJPAC teaching artists right to your classroom for multiple sessions. Our residencies are designed to serve up to 30 students for one classroom and can be delivered in person or virtual. To make things even easier, you’ll have a dedicated program manager to help you every step of the way.

Why choose NJPAC residencies?

Flexible to meet your needs
Affordable pricing structure
NJPAC-trained artist faculty
All programs meet or exceed National and State Standards
We’re New Jersey’s regional provider for National Arts Education Program
We provide a program manager to help you fully integrate the residency into your school

Contact us for grade requirements

Kim Washington

Professional Development

Get your learn on.

Expand your teaching skills, deepen your curriculum and give yourself a creative boost in NJPAC’s forward-thinking professional development workshops. PDs are for teachers all the way from pre-K to high school, and include hip hop, dance, storytelling, theater, music and more. Not only will you learn something… you’ll have fun and be inspired. Don’t see what you want? Reach out and let us customize a PD to meet your needs.

Why choose NJPAC professional development?

Creative, fun, cutting-edge topics
In-person and online trainings
Customizable to meet your needs
Designed with your requests and feedback in mind
We design PDs based on your needs and feedback

Contact us to start the process of bringing these programs to your school virtually or in person.

Kim Washington

NJSO Youth Orchestras

Coached by NJSO musicians, the NJSO Youth Orchestras give qualified middle- and high-school students—especially Black and Latinx youth in the Greater Newark area—unparalleled opportunities to achieve personal and musical excellence.

Youth Orchestras rehearse on select Saturdays from October—June. Depending on ensemble placement, activities take place between the hours of 9:30 am–3:30 pm.

In 2021–22, in-person rehearsals will take place at John J. Cali School of Music at Montclair State University. Students must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to participate in person. There is a virtual-only option for students who are not vaccinated.

Students interested in joining the program should email education@njsymphony.org to inquire about openings. There are opportunities for students in grades 4-11 ranging from beginner string instruction to advanced symphony orchestra.

Joanna Borowski

Strings and Stanzas: Celebrating 50 Years of Hip-Hop at Newark Arts Festival

Saturday, September 30 at 8 pm (Free via Registration!)
Strings and Stanzas: Celebrating 50 Years of Hip-Hop at Newark Arts Festival
The Newark Museum of Art in Newark
To view upcoming FREE neighborhood concerts, visit our website: https://www.njsymphony.org/concerts-and-events/nj-symphony-everywhere/neighborhood-concerts

Newark Arts will present Strings & Stanzas: An Evening of Music Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Hip Hop. Join host Councilman Dupree Kelly and Newark Arts Board President Marcy Depina for an exciting evening of live music celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Hip Hop.

Strings & Stanzas will showcase a collaboration between the Grammy and Emmy award-winning New Jersey Symphony, Harlem Chamber Players and Newark School of the Arts as they partner with celebrated hip icons to explore the five elements of Hip Hop.

Join us for this one-night-only experience at the Newark Arts Festival at the Newark Museum of Art.

Gretta Polsky

On-Site Field Trips

Designed to include our permanent collection, Planetarium, and special exhibitions, our programs provide curriculum connection in all subject areas.

Field trips help students understand classroom topics, retain content, build visual literacy, and connect personally with authentic objects. Programs are offered Wednesday – Friday at 9:30am, 11:15am, and 12:30pm | Duration: 45-75 minutes. | Capacity: 25 students max. | Advance registration is required at least one month in advance. | A 90-minute tour that includes artmaking is also available.

For more information, please visit https://newarkmuseumart.org/program/field-trips/

Shirley Thomas

Professional Development for Educators

NMOA provides virtual and in-person professional development workshops that are instructional and hands-on in project- and object-based learning, as well as open questioning. The goal of our professional development sessions is to share best practices in progressive educational techniques with educators and help them understand how to use authentic objects as a primary teaching resource.

Participants will receive professional development hours and a certificate of continued education.
See here for more information! https://newarkmuseumart.org/program/professional-development/

Shirley Thomas

Dance Residency

In addition to our studio classes offered in our facility in Montclair, SMAPA provides in-school and after school residencies in both public and private schools. All forms of dance are offered including creative movement for younger students, and tap, West African and Theater Dance for older students. We also have programs which incorporate theater games. All these programs are appropriate for K-8 and address NJ Core Curriculum Standards.

Sharron Miller

Workshops & Residencies

Young Audiences workshops and residencies allow students to gain increased knowledge and skills within individual art forms.

For more information visit: https://www.yanjep.org/program-type/workshops-residencies/

Donnajean Reckelhoff

KEEP ART ALIVE

During this program students will explore the many ways in which art is alive through an art curriculum that engages students through STEAM. The program explores how we keep art alive through our identities, how we function and participate in our communities, and how we sustain them using the resources within our reach. Throughout the program students will explore color therapy, anatomy, sculpture through community building, and environmental art installations. It can run for 30 weeks, 12 weeks, or 6 weeks.

Fallon Davis

BON APPETITE

During this program students will become an Arts Visionary and learn about food through cultural exploration, experiments, and healthy cooking. Students will explore the many ways in which science, health/wellness, and urban agriculture impact their lives, family, and the communities around them through STEAM. Grow/contribute to a community garden. Learn about plants, animals, food, and how science is a study of culinary arts. The program can ran for 30, 12, or 6 weeks.

Fallon Davis

Impactful Illustrators

Impactful Illustrators is a 10-month paid internship that gives high school girls an opportunity to hone their media arts skills, while interning for Butterfly Dreamz, Inc. Over the course of their internship, girls will learn graphic design from a professional artist and work together to create digital art for our Cocoon Club community and our annual Leadership Journal. Internship applications for the 2022-23 school year will open in Spring 2022 and be available at cocoonclub.org/apply.

Kyla Carter

Community Arts Institute - Residency Programs

Fully customizable residencies available in a variety of art forms!

At IMC, we focus not only on our students' ability to achieve in the arts, but we also focus on students' emotional well-being. Part of working with children in a holistic way is working in full partnership with our schools to create the best residency program for them whether that means:
-art form
-length of program
-curricular connections
-cultural connections
OR
-anything else you need!

We're bringing everything that we pride ourselves on, our HARMONY model (Helping to Achieve Responsible Motivated Optimistic Neighborhood Youth) to you and your school community directly.

Let Us Bring HARMONY To You!

If you are interested in finding out more, please fill out the following form and we will be in contact soon!
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CAI-InquiryForm

Darryl Gent

RADICAL EDUCATOR PD

Taking mentorship, healing, and creativity in education to the next level. Designed with the student in mind, a Radical educator can be a parent, schoolteacher, seasoned / mastered professional, an elder, and/or someone who loves to share real and viable knowledge.

Fallon Davis

K-12 School Performances

Our assembly programs are designed to provide students with a fun and exciting educational experience through story, song and performance, while implementing the National Core Arts Standards.

Vincent B. Ector

In-School & After-School Programs

We offer artist residency programs, both in-school and after-school, performance assemblies, parent and teacher development training workshops that help integrate the arts into standard-based classroom curriculum, while creating alternative approaches to teaching and learning that foster multi-cultural awareness and are inclusive of students with disabilities. Residencies include: Music, Drama, Visual Arts, Dance, and Technology through the Arts.

Abeni Mussa

What's In Your Hand Digital Photography Workshop

The mobile phone has become the new “vox populi,” the voice of the people. It is an indispensable tool that we use to document our daily lives and experiences. The objective of the “What’s In Your Hand” workshop is to use the cell phone to create still-life assemblage art with objects that are important in your personal life and history. Students will create a narrative by placing flat and three-dimensional objects in their hand and photographing the composition with a cell phone.

The workshop will experiment with available light, flash, sunlight, and black and white images. We will also explore editing techniques with the phones editing system.

This remote workshop is offered on the Zoom platform, and it is an excellent arts project for teenagers and adults. All materials are supplied by the participants.

Vincent B. Ector

Arts For Kids Coders

By the end of this course, students will be able to develop complex programs with the Block
Canvas and rewrite simple block programs in JavaScript. Students will demonstrate a mastery of
block programming by manipulating sensors, loops, and conditionals. Students oriented toward Artistic expression will follow a different track with a completely different robot that operates the exact same way other robot. Accordingly, all knowledge learned is completely transferable due to the software, and operations covered. The only difference is the robot used: round vs a rover type device. The round robot can be dipped in water paint, programmed, and students will be able to create their Art using code and creativity using the same functions used with the other robots and hardware. Email us to learn more!

Vincent B. Ector

The Youthentr Epreneurial Spirit

Program Information: Winter Semester 2024
Program Dates: Wednesdays from January 17 - June 5, 2024
​Time: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Location: GlassRoots, 10 Bleeker Street, Newark, NJ
Rolling Application Deadline until full

Youth Entrepreneurial Spirit (YES) is a unique art and entrepreneurship program designed exclusively for high school students. Artmaking – glassblowing, fusing and flamework – is the catalyst to teach students the fundamentals of business development and management. Once a week, students from schools throughout the region gather to hone their creative thinking and problem-solving skills in our studios. This program is FREE and open to all area high school students.

Michelle Knox

Adult Glass Making Classes

Our studios are open and ready to create something magical with you! Ignite your artistic side and take a class with friends, collaborate with a group for team building, or heat things up on date night. Check out our free youth and young adult programs for Newark residents or our unique summer camps. We have something for everyone ages 5 - 95+. Our classes range from 1 hour to several weeks or even a semester long! Custom packages can be created per your specific requests or join one of our public programs to explore Newark's only glass art center!

Michelle Knox

Institute of Music for Children - Afterschool Arts Program

WE OFFER:
Dance
Visual Arts
Acting
Media Arts
Culinary Classes
Music
Voice
Many More...

Discover the Perfect Creative Outlet for Your Child this Fall/Spring Semester! Enroll your child in our 12 or 24 week semester to provide them with an enriching arts experience. Our program offers young artists the opportunity to explore their creativity and immerse themselves in the world of the arts outside of regular school hours, Saturdays available.

We are a non-profit arts organization dedicated to empowering young minds through creative expression and skill development. With reduced tuition our program goes beyond traditional arts education; it fosters a sense of community guided by our vision of H.A.R.M.O.N.Y! (Helping to Achieve Responsible Motivated Optimistic Neighborhood Youth). Join us in nurturing your child's personal growth while they learn, create, and thrive through the arts. Payment plans Available!

Interested? here’s the link to our website!
https://www.instituteofmusic.org/

Darryl - Outreach Coordinator

Institute of Music for Children - Afterschool Program

Discover the Perfect Creative Outlet for Your Child this Fall/Spring Semester! Enroll your child in our Fall/Spring semester to provide them with an enriching arts experience. Our program offers young artists the opportunity to explore their creativity and immerse themselves in the world of the arts outside of regular school hours.

We are a non-profit arts organization dedicated to empowering young minds through creative expression and skill development. Our program goes beyond traditional arts education; it fosters a sense of community guided by our vision of H.A.R.M.O.N.Y! (Helping to Achieve Responsible Motivated Optimistic Neighborhood Youth). Join us in nurturing your child's personal growth while they learn, create, and thrive through the arts.

We offer:

Dance
Visual Arts
Acting
Media Arts
Specialty Classes
Music
Voice
Many More...

Interested? here’s the link to our website!
https://www.instituteofmusic.org/

Darryl Gent - Outreach Coordinator

Saturday Arts Training

Be colorful. Be connected. Be part of our kaleidoscope of performing arts classes this Fall.

Do you want to sing, dance, and act on stage? Maybe rapping, DJing and beatboxing is more your style? Or is our jazz ensemble calling your name? No matter what revs your creative engine, one thing’s for sure — there’s no limit to what you can discover at NJPAC.

So come join the fun, and bring along all the things that make you uniquely you. Our kaleidoscope isn’t complete without you!

Kim Washington

Virtual In-School Residencies

Students Thrive in the Spotlight.

Bring NJPAC teaching artists right to your classroom for multiple sessions. Our residencies are designed to serve up to 30 students for one classroom and can be delivered Virtually (Fall) or In-person (Winter/Spring). To make things even easier, you’ll have a dedicated program manager to help you every step of the way.

Why choose NJPAC residencies?

Flexible to meet your needs
Affordable pricing structure
NJPAC-trained artist faculty
All programs meet or exceed National and State Standards
We’re New Jersey’s regional provider for National Arts Education Program
We provide a program manager to help you fully integrate the residency into your school

Programs we offer:
Play-Write-Perform
Hip Hop Arts and Culture
Storytelling through Dance
Storytelling through Drama

Contact us for grade requirements

Kim Washington

Schooltime Performances (Virtual Fall)

Take a trip to the theater.

There’s no need to get on the bus and travel to NJPAC to see a world-class performance… now, students can take a field trip, right from home! Along with a variety of online performances to choose from, we also offer comprehensive Teacher Resource Guides to help you plan your curriculum, as well as pre-and post-performance workshops and talkbacks to deepen the experience.

Why do schools choose NJPAC?

The easy online viewing experience
Access to diverse, world-class artists and performances
Comprehensive Teacher Resource Guides
Pre- and post-performance workshops and talkbacks

Kim Washington

NJ Symphony Youth Orchestra - Training Ensemble

Conducted by Associate Conductor & Curriculum Specialist Terrence Thornhill, the Training Ensemble provides students from the Greater Newark area with the musical tools necessary for advancement into all levels of the New Jersey Symphony Youth Orchestra. Training Ensemble participants study instrument technique through sectionals and semi-private lessons. Their curriculum is rounded out with classes in rhythm, composition and improvisation. In 2023-24, students from the Greater Newark area are welcome to ride the free shuttle bus provided by the Symphony from Newark to Montclair State University, where rehearsals take place.

The Training Ensemble registration fee is $75 for the year. Students may also rent an instrument for $75 for the year. All families are eligible to apply for payment plans.

Samuel McDonald

Residencies

The Newark Museum of Art will provide virtual and in-person art and STEM residencies for schools to partner with teaching artists and create projects around a theme that connects to Museum objects. The goal of NMOA residency is to expose students to authentic objects and art/technology techniques through various mediums and introduce complex themes that help students build creative and critical thinking skills.

For more information, please visit https://newarkmuseumart.org/program/residencies/

Shirley Thomas

Virtual Field Trip

NMOA virtual field trips connect to classroom curriculum and New Jersey State standards. Each virtual experience is fun, social, and educational through observations, games, writing, drawing, and movement with live Museum educators.
For more information, please visit https://newarkmuseumart.org/program/field-trips-virtual/

Rey Arvelo

Tiny Steps

This is a fun and energetic introduction to tap and ballet for boys and girls. Body alignment and spatial awareness, responsiveness to music and ballet vocabulary are woven into the interactive and fun experiences that delight young dancers.
It all begins with a single step...tiny, tiny steps!

Richard Marshall

Young Audiences Assemblies

Young Audiences offers a variety of Assembly programs developed to increases awareness and appreciation of different cultures, backgrounds, and points of view. Young Audiences Assembly programs are delivered directly to school communities. Partners can select amongst through 3 easily accessible Assembly formats, In-Person, Live Virtual, or Pre-Recorded On Demand.

For More details visit: https://www.yanjep.org/program-type/performances-assembly/

Donnajean Reckelhoff

bottom of page