Please join us Tuesday, April 10, 2018, as we celebrate the achievements of our students and provide an update on the Any Given Child initiative in Warren — a partnership among Warren City Schools, local businesses, artists, arts and cultural organizations, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

WHAT: Any Given Child Press Conference
WHEN: Tuesday, April 10, 2018, at 10 a.m.
WHERE: Lincoln PK-8 School: 2253 Atlantic St. NE, Warren, OH
RSVP: Jill Merolla at jill.merolla@neomin.org or 330-841-2321 Ext. 7220

SMARTS is the backbone of this initiative and Becky Keck, SMARTS’ executive director, is the liaison to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. The Warren City School System’s Any Given Child program is in its second year of implementation.

Event parking will be available behind the school.

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About Any Given Child

SMARTS has lead the Kennedy Center’s Any Given Child, Warren, OH initiative since its inception. The program, which helps to expand arts education, ensures access and equity for all students.

“By offering a strong arts education, young people benefit in their intellectual, personal, and social development,” said Darrell M. Ayers, Kennedy Center Vice President for Education and Jazz. “We want to ensure that every child receives an arts education, and that Any Given Child communities serve as examples for other cities across the United States.”

The Warren City School System is the only Any Given Child district in the state of Ohio, and the smallest in the nation, to be selected.

To volunteer or support Any Given Child, Warren, OH, contact info@SmartsArtSchool.org.