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Inspiring Classroom Creativity with Disneyland CREATE Grants

posted on May 9th, 2013 by Kevin Rafferty, Jr., Communications Specialist, Disneyland Resort


Seven teachers at Paul Revere Elementary School in Anaheim applied for and received Disneyland CREATE Grants this year to fund a variety of visual and performing arts projects, including theatrical puppet shows.
Inspiring Classroom Creativity with Disneyland CREATE Grants
Students at nearby Adelaide Price Elementary School are learning to read and play music on recorders also funded by a Disneyland CREATE Grant.
Students Learning to Read and Play Music on Recorders
And they are learning with new art supplies like paints and a drying rack.
A Student Learning With New Art Supplies Like Paints and a Drying Rack
The Disneyland Resort funded more than 350 visual and performing arts projects at local schools this year, inspiring creativity in nearly 75,000 Orange County, Calif., students! Since 1994, the Disneyland CREATE Grants program has contributed more than $1.5 million in needed classroom funding!

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