Community Arts Education Support
ACHF Arts Education
Increase regular student enrollment in curricular activities by 30% with students demonstrating increased musical abilities. Actual enrollment will be compared year to year, with students evaluated based on practical skills demonstration as they participate in increasingly advanced live performance roles. 2: Continue to engage at-risk youth populations through outreach activities in partnership with Red Wing area nonprofits and youth correctional facility. Evaluation surveys distributed to student participants and partners, measuring self-identified and observed areas of growth. These are tabulated and analyzed to determine impact.
UMC exceeded enrollment increase of 30%. The complexity and refinement of student performances in concert illustrates an increase in musical ability. Enrollment comparison of 2015 to 2016 shows increase. Lesson content is graduated to ensure student progress. Student progress manifests in live performance ranging from lesson content to whole songs to group participation. 2: UMC repeated programs at Juvenile Correctional Facility, Youth Outreach and Alternative High School for second year and added a County Jail program. UMC added weekly quizzes and end of program survey forms to its at-risk and under-served outreach curriculum. The data collected is used to monitor student learning outcomes and advance and improve program content.
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