For grades: K-12
Fees for live visit: $490
Funding: Lots of our States have special drug-fund monies available to help.
Our students had such an awesome time. Not only did they learn more about Native American culture, but they had a lot of fun while doing it. We can't wait to have you back! --- Bitz Intermediate School, Camp Lejeune, NC
The Bureau of Lectures is always striving to bring schools the best in culturally diverse programming. The Native Pride Dancer is one of the best examples of that ethos touring the country today. He will teach your students about the beauty, symbolism, and skill of Native American music, dance, and regalia (dress). The performance will include traditional stories, musical styles, and insight into the history of Native American life. The program will be vibrant, interactive, educational, and engaging for students and staff.
Another of the many advantages of bringing the Native Pride Dancer to your school is that the program will also touch on many areas of your schools curriculum: Social Studies/History/Physical Education, and Music/Performing Arts. Like all of our shows, this program takes pride in being inclusive for special education students.
Founded in 1901, the Bureau of Lectures provided over 7000 assemblies to 2938 schools in the last school year. Our programs are education and/or entertaining and GUARANTEED.
We think you will be most pleased with the line-up of programs we are offering you for the 2014-2015 year. Almost all of the programs are related in some way to your curriculum, and most can deliver a "Say No" message if you want to use drug free funds to pay for the assembly.
As always, call us with your special needs and requests. We pride ourselves on our "fast, patient, and imformative" service and our commitment to quality programming.
John A. Tacha, Director John R. Tacha Barbara Wood Matt Shroyer Andy Thibodo Terry Lyman