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Studio School learns dance from renown dance company

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Studio School learns dance from renown dance company

This February, to celebrate Black History Month, students at The Studio School held a dance performance in their cafeteria for families and staff under the instruction of the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Academy.

Students across multiple grades spent the week learning about different dance styles and their relationships with Black History Month.

Students learned about: West African Dance, Hip Hop, Jazz, Zumba, and Contemporary from members of the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble.

Congratulations to the students at The Studio School for their great performances and The Studio School community for raising the funds for experiences like this!

Board Of Education Proclamation

The Adams 12 Five Star Schools Board of Education voted unanimously to recognize Black History Month at its Jan. 17 meeting. 

Black History Month is a time to reflect on, celebrate and learn about the many contributions and achievements of Black Americans throughout history. Black History Month is a time for all Americans to remember the stories, teachings, suffering, struggles, strengths and triumphs of Black Americans who gave a voice to the daily struggles for freedom, equality, diversity, equity and inclusion. The proclamation voted on by the board recognizes the district’s commitment to celebrating and recognizing the contributions of Black Americans, Black Coloradans and Black Five Star students and staff. 

Read the proclamation here

This story exemplifies our ELEVATE Focus Area: Outside-the-Classroom Learning. Sharing stories about how the district offers students multiple learning opportunities outside the traditional classroom providing various pathways to success.

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