INSCHOOL PROGRAMS 


Literacy through Songwriting 

Whether songs are student-created or teacher-provided, Literacy through Songwriting complements the curriculum as student's learn content rich lyrics and engaging songs that embody the material. CCM programs undergo process and outcome evaluations to ensure student success.  


Social Emotional Learning (SEL) objectives are program criteria.


This has been deemed a "model program" by the Ohio Arts Council through the TeachArtsOhio program (2018).  


ELL Specific Programs

include 170 original songs to teach subjects from science and math, to social studies and English and incorporate SEL objectives.


Positive Youth Development 

Arts education in music or the fine arts provides opportunities for students to develop holistic skills and creative thinking that can be shared with each other, families and the community. By sharing their creations, they gain positive social interactions and increase communication and public speaking skills.  




OHIO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

STANDARDS-BASED INSTRUCTION


OHIO ARTS COUNCIL SUPPORTED PROGRAMMING

AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMS 


Literacy through Songwriting 

Academic enrichment that supports the school day is the focus of afterschool programs to allow more creative play and ingenuity.

SEL objectives are embodied in all activities.


ELL Specific Programs

Students take a break from the school day and enjoy singing songs that reinforce vocabulary essential to their success.  


Positive Youth Development 

Arts education in music or the fine arts provides opportunities for students to develop holistic skills and creative thinking that can be shared with each other, families and the community. Students learn how to give and receive positive interactions and feedback through fun activities that teach arts skills such as painting, or learning an instrument.  Students regularly share their works with family and each other.