G. Kwame Scruggs (of Alchemy Inc. from Ohio, also a National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards recipient) collaborated with Caldera teaching artist Catón Lyles during an In-School Residency at partner school Open School North. With their guidance and through West African drumming, groups of students explored the common themes in myths, the knowledge that is passed from generation to generation through storytelling, and how those stories applied to lessons they’ve learned in their own lives.buy soma without prescriptiontramadol online without prescription ultram for sale buy adipex online buy ambien without prescription buy ativan without prescription buy provigil online without prescription diazepam online no prescription buy valium online no prescription buy klonopin online no prescription xanax online no prescription
Michael Meade made his 5th visit to Akron to work with all three groups of 6th graders. Our youth from Buchtel and Innes enjoyed an entire school day with Meade. Our youth from Litchfield spent one class period with him.
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