Are you involved in the Performing Arts
outside of School?
Do you take Music Lessons, Dance, or Speech
Are you involved in Theatre, Symphony or Choir?
If YES, then you might be a candidate for the Polar Performing
Arts Focus for September 2013.
Polar Performing Arts Focus Is:
flexible curricular option for school district #57 high school students who are
currently dedicated to achievement in the Performing Arts and maintaining
Performing Arts Focus allows
performing artists flexibility with completing graduation while remaining
dedicated and involved in the performing arts community. The students involved
in this focus will benefit from the enriched program and opportunities, as will
other students because of the reciprocity of design. Via IDS courses Performing
Arts Focus students will create, initiate, perform, involve, educate and inspire
younger students as well as their peers. Projects for IDS courses will include
music and theatre and dance appreciation and education for elementary students,
secondary students and possibly the community at large.
- to be considered for this Focus, a student must:
- Have parent/guardian
permission and support to participate in the focus
- Provide documentation
of a high level of commitment to a recognized performing
- Be currently achieving a
C+ average and satisfactory work habits* Special circumstances may be considered
in consultation with the Principal
- Be recommended by a
current Performing Arts Instructor, Teacher, Coach, Program Coordinator, etc.
- Complete a Student
- Be approved of
application by the PGSS Principal
- Non-PGSS students are
responsible for their own transportation to PGSS 2-3 times per
Mary LaMarre, Counsellor (firstname.lastname@example.org) at PGSS for more information.
Student Information Form
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