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Scientific & Cultural Collaborative
Alliance Project


​What is the Alliance Project Grant?

The Alliance Project​ partners art, cultural and science ​organizations
​with teachers in creating curriculum
applications and learning
​opportunities for students. ​ performances, ​workshops,
guest
​ artists/scientists, and field trips are provided to ​​supplement
​curriculum.  The grant covers expenses for approximately
​25-30 events at a value of approximately $10,000.00 in goods and
​services over the course of a year.  The Alliance Project is funded ​by
the Science & Cultural Collaborative utilizing funds ​from ​the ​Scientific
​& Cultural Facilities District. Funding is ​subject ​to approval by the
​SCC/SCFD Boards.


​​Examples of Activities​​
Creativity, Brainstorming, & Imagination Workshops - Denver Art Museum
On-Campus Mobile Art Gallery exhibit of art - Cherry Creek Arts Festival
Physiology with an Altitude/Orienteering - CO Mountain Club
Slam Poetry/Digestive System/Anatomy of Hip Hop - DCPA
Shakespeare/Bullying/Music Masterclass - Opera Colorado
Origami/Ceramics/Acting/American History workshops - Aurora Cultural Services
Additional Example Activities​​


Schedule of programming
August to September - the SCC Coordinator conducts bi-weekly planning meetings with an interdisciplinary team of teachers (generally 8-10 teachers in one grade) to ​hear requests for activities that might supplement their curriculum. ​ Oct. to May - cultural programs and activities at the schools or field trips to cultural venues.​

​​How do I apply for the grant?​​
One school in each SCFD county with middle school grades and their self-selected partner school receive the grant for a minimum of one year. Ece-8 or K-8's may choose to work with their lower grades. The grant is not intended to serve the entire school and is not a cash award. Schools are only eligible to apply for the grant once.​​

 2014-2015 Applications for schools in these eligible counties due
​April 22, 2015

 Adams, Jefferson, Denver, Boulder
​​
 Application available January 1
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The following schools were selected to receive the 2014-2015 Alliance Project grant:
Adams: Hemphill Middle &​ Strasburg Elementary
Arapahoe: Vista Peak Exploratory &  elementary grades
Boulder: Flagstaff Academy  & elementary grades
Broomfield: Prospect Ridge Academy & elementary grades
Denver: Hamilton Middle &  Holm Elementary
Douglas: SkyView Academy  & high school
Jefferson: Summit Ridge Middle  & ​ Powderhorn Elementary
Museum of Contemporary Art - Denver