Winter Park Playhouse REACH, The
The Winter Park Playhouse, Central Florida’s only professional musical theatre, is proud to share its educational outreach program R.E.A.CH (Relevant Educational Arts for CHildren). The purpose of REACH is to bring live musical theatre performances that educate, engage, and inspire to students
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Arts Integration Digital Learning
Did you know our brains are hard-wired to connect music with long-term memory? Infuse music into your classrooms with access to these virtual lessons that teach the basics of language arts, math, and social studies through song!
As part of its outstanding educational outreach program, The Winter Park Playhouse is proud to offer digital curriculum to supplement your in-person or digital classroom!... View more
Digital access is ongoing during the 2020-2021 school year.
Access anytime via private video links – stream with students in real time or give access for home learning.
Online streaming links can be used in the classroom with projector or links can be uploaded to your school’s digital learning platform (ie Canvas/Google Classroom) for individual student use at home.
Can be accessed digitally at school or at home.
$1000 for school-wide digital curriculum access. Limited availability for scholarships for Title 1 Schools.
Includes overview of each lessonWPPH-DL-Lesson-Plans.pdf
“An incredible program that reaches our students when they are in school and when they are learning from home!” – K. Miller, Lake George Elementary
“These videos were extremely engaging! Great for students who are learning digitally! Thank you for this resource!” -M. Schafer, Camelot Elementary
“It was easy to implement these into Canvas, and it made a great centerpiece for the Arts.” -B. Gillet, Forsyth Woods Elementary
“This was used to be a part of our distance learning plan. It was one of the options of assignments they could choose each week. The majority of students completing assignments each week, chose to be a part of this group! Love it so much!” -A. Hughes, Mill Creek Elementary