Rowlett Academy's 1st Grade Circus

Coconut Telegraph

The Circus Arts Conservatory and 160 first grade students from Rowlett Academy for Arts and Communication presented Rowlett Academy for Arts and Communication 1st Grade Circus on February 28 at the Circus Sarasota Big Top. Since the beginning of January students have been working on circus-related activities in language arts, math and science as well as working with the Circus Arts Conservatory Teaching Artists to build a circus presented at the Big Top to family, friends and fellow students. This learning experience introduces the world of circus to students growing up in an environment built on the circus legacy. Programs such as this have proven to help reinforce concepts that teachers are already presenting to young students. This presentation supports The Circus Arts Conservatory’s mission to engage and educate students using unique and innovative learning programs.

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