ACHF Arts Access
Saint Francis Music Center will provide opportunity for people of all ages and abilities to participate in high quality music lessons and ensembles. Increase participation of youth at risk by 25% by fiscal year 2017; maintain our weekly base of 400 participants in lessons and ensembles. This will be measured by attendance records and demographic tracking. 2: Saint Francis Music Center will create and implement a business plan with the goal of becoming independent of the Franciscan Sisters by fiscal year 2021. A timeline is being created with specific goals/objectives to achieve each year. Success will be measured by financial independence while maintaining our mission.
Over 450 people ages infant through 92 years old, benefited in a strong music education, and participation and socialization in musical activities. Evaluation methods included demographic and attendance records, personal interviews, exit interviews at concerts, faculty evaluations. Every specific activity has a team to gather data and examine results for future planning. 2: The Music Center created a business plan, timeline, and implementation process to become independent and to provide rural Minnesota musical opportunities. Progress is evaluated by completing tasks on the timeline. A future planning committee monitors all progress, financial reporting, and unanticipated results with input from the staff, faculty and advisory board.
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