|Jay Adams, Executive Director of 24th St. Theater, leads teachers|
and administrators through a work place tableau.
ECCLA welcomed the first inaugural school liaison class on Thursday, March 3rd, 2011 at the Kick-off event which took place at
24th Street Theatre from 4-6pm.
The kick-off event was the perfect way to welcome our 22 participating schools into the program. There were over 50 people in attendance including Liaisons, Principals, Local Resource Providers and ECCLA Board Members and Staff.
The newly designated school liaisons and their principals had the opportunity to network amongst each other as well as take part in the mini resource fair with some of the local providers in attendance including
California Science Center, Mouth Saint Mary’s College, Natural History Museum, the and our venue host, University of Southern California 24th Street Theatre.
|Jacqueline Hamilton, ECCLA Executive Director, and museum|
representatives brief attendants on current programs and resources.
Interactive icebreakers, and small breakout sessions to discuss the challenges each school faces and what types of resources the school is lacking were a great way to create consensus on how to make this program most successful and beneficial for all those involved.
|Teachers and administrators act out workplace |
About School Liaison Program:
The goal of the program is to enriched classroom experiences for students and teachers by providing effective and timely communication:
· between central
educators and museums, colleges and community organizations in the nearby region; L.A.
· about ECCLA’s programs and partnerships; and
· regarding classroom, field trip, fundraising, and other programs to enhance instruction.
The complete list of schools includes who are participating include:
32nd Street Visual and Performing Art Magnet School
· Bishop Conaty / Our Lady of
Loretto High School
Douglass-Marshall Middle School
Downtown Value School
George Washington Carver Middle School
Gertz-Ressler College Ready High School
· Holy Name of
Jesus Parish School
Hooper Avenue Elementary School
James Foshay Learning Center
John Adams Middle School
Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School
Designs High School
Normandie Avenue Elementary
Para Los Ninos Elementary School
Richard Merkin Middle School
· St. Thomas the
Apostle Parish School
St. Vincent Parish School
· Synergy Kinetic Academy
Thomas Jefferson High School
· Tom Bradley Environmental Science and
Humanities Elementary School
Vermont Avenue Elementary School
William J. Clinton Middle School
For additional information about the School Liaison Program please contact Vanessa Ramirez at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jacqueline Hamilton at email@example.com or call (213) 743-4516.