Oakland Mills Middle Receives 2018 Champion Creatively Alive Children Grant
November 5th, 2018
Oakland Mills Middle School recently won a Champion Creatively Alive Children school grant. Crayola and the National Association of Elementary School Principals selected the school as one of only 20 recipients across the country.
With this grant, the school’s creative leadership team will lead cross-disciplinary collaborations and help colleagues fuse art into restorative justice units. Student voice opportunities will also arise through a newly created Student Council of the Arts that provides teachers with regular feedback.
The school was recognized at the November 1 Board of Education meeting.
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