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Six teachers, 22 schools receive arts-education grants
First Published May 15 2013 02:56 pm • Last Updated May 15 2013 02:56 pm

Six Utah teachers and 22 schools and school districts across Utah will receive $65,100 in arts education grants, announced Wednesday by the Utah Division of Arts & Museums.

Grants are given to provide funding for comprehensive arts-education projects, either with an artist or by accessing the services of an artistic company. The projects may be thematic and focus on a core curriculum area (math, science, language arts or social studies, for example) through dance, theater, music, storytelling, film and video, visual arts or creative writing.

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The Arts & Museums division awarded six teacher-initiated project grants of $500 each. These are designed to help teachers and administrators learn more about an artistic discipline.

Here are the recipients of the grants, and the amounts they will receive:

Arts Education Teacher-Initiated Projects:

• Sophia Esterman, Horizonte Instruction & Training Center, Salt Lake City •$500

• Shannon Erikson, Foothills Elementary, Riverton •$500

• Robert Lacey, Valley High School, Orderville •$500

• Dolly Scharf, Foothills Elementary, Riverton • $500


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• Linda Dalton Walker, Midvale Middle School, Midvale • $500

• Francine Woods, Escalante Valley Elementary, Beryl • $500

Arts Education Project/Artist-in-Residence Grants:

• The Academy for Math, Engineering & Science, Salt Lake City • $1,500

• Bluff Elementary School, Bluff • $7,000

• Bonneville Elementary School, Salt Lake City • $1,500

• Cache County School District • $1,000

• Early Light Academy, South Jordan • $1,600

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