The Holladay Chorus will be performing at a groundbreaking for Naylor’s new STEMester of Service grant from Youth Service America.
“The grant requested that we have an opening celebration on MLK day to celebrate Dr. King’s legacy and show how our students are honoring his memory with service. The grant is designed to integrate Science, Technology, Engineering or Math in a youth service-learning project. Our student-led Naylor project is to “daylight” an existing wash that runs through the Naylor campus… broadening it and creating a pleasing ecologically friendly asset to Naylor… This project has received national attention. It is one of 22 national STEMester grant projects and the only one in the nation that has incorporated all four components of Science Technology Engineering and Math… perhaps we might call our program STEAM by adding arts to the acronym.” – note from Naylor Middle School via Jennifer Draper, Holladay PA Director.
The event is open to the public. It begins at 1pm on Monday, January 18th on the Naylor campus at 1701 S. Columbus Blvd (Columbus, S of 22nd). Word has it that interested parents will be treated to a tour of the school following the event.
What: Holladay Chorus performs MLK play at Naylor STEMester groundbreaking
When: Monday, January 18th 2010 at 1:00PM
Where: Naylor Middle School campus, 1701 S. Columbus Blvd, Tucson