In-School 45-minute Assembly
This STEAM-centered in-school assembly connects patterns in music to science, mathematics, and language arts. Students learn about string and woodwind instruments and hear a variety of music of many genres. This interactive program brings arts integration to your school.
Customized For Quick Learning
• 45 minute sessions for grades K-5
• Suggested audience size: 150 elementary students (but we can be flexible depending on your school’s needs)
• Aligned with CA Arts Standards
• Includes Social-Emotional Learning Concepts, arts integration, and music from BIPOC and female composers.
IN-SCHOOL ASSEMBLIES FAQs
How do I sign up for an assembly?
If you would like to book an assembly for your students, please complete the Assembly Request form.
How long are the assemblies?
Our assemblies are 45 minutes long, which includes the performance as well as time in the end for students to ask our musicians questions.
How much does the program cost?
Cost is dependent upon the number of assemblies requested, school Title 1 classification, and travel for our staff and musicians. For more information, please contact C4K Program Manager, Corrine Huber – email@example.com.
How many assemblies can we book in one day?
A minimum of two assemblies of the same program is required per booking, and we can accommodate up to three groups in one day.
How many students can attend an assembly?
We recommend an audience of about 150 students per performance, which allows the musicians to best engage with the group. This can be flexible to meet your school’s needs.
Which ages are the programs appropriate for?
Our programs are designed for elementary students in grades PreK-5th and are tailored to suit the grade level of the students in attendance.
When is payment due?
Payment is due in full on or before the day of your assembly(ies). Please make checks payable to Classics 4 Kids and send to our office:
Classics 4 Kids
ATTN: Kiran Shelat, Executive Director
3740 Fourth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92103
Can we take pictures during the assembly?