SANDRA S. RUPPERT
Integrated Arts Projects are recurring programs in all grade levels (K-12) which share a common mission: to align arts education across all academic disciplines to enhance students’ creative and innovative thinking.
Educator Project Grants provide educators with funding to design and implement arts-based learning projects that fulfill curriculum goals in collaboration with pARTners-approved artists.
pARTners works in every school in Jackson Hole: Teton County School District #1, Journeys School, Jackson Hole Community School, Red Top Meadows and C-Bar-V.
The pARTners program is a formal school and community partnership, established in 1995.
pARTners’ approach is teacher-directed and explicitly aligned to school district goals, priorities, and standards. pARTners maintains ongoing communications and planning between the arts and school communities.
Your commitment to arts education makes a real difference in the lives of our children.
Donations can be made through the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole’s website from August 1-September 15.
Last year…pARTners implemented 42 integrated arts projects for 2,900 students (K-12), introduced 29 local artists into the classroom, and collaborated with 19 community organizations!
pARTners ignites creative thinking and self-expression in students by integrating the ARTS into Teton County K-12 curriculum.
Inspiring a creative passion for the ARTS through education.
PO Box 2188
Center for the Arts
Jackson, WY 83001