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201 S. West St
Syracuse, NY 13202
Box Office: (315) 362-2785





Welcome to The Redhouse, A Non-Profit Arts Center

Syracuse City School District Partnership

 

Redhouse’s School District Partnerships provide unique and artistic educational experiences that stimulate imagination, encourage critical thinking, and promote inclusivity. By reinforcing common core curriculum, promoting social/emotional learning, and developing the culturally responsive classroom, this partnership fosters the further development of a positive school community.

Current partners include: 
Syracuse City School District, SCSD’s Expeditionary Learning Middle School (ELMS)

Interested? Partner With Us!

Do you want Redhouse Enrichment at your school? Email education@theredhouse.org or call Erin Huiett at 315-362-2788.


What the school has to say:

“My experience with Redhouse in my classroom has been extremely enjoyable. The Redhouse time in my classroom is a time my students look forward to. It was incredibly engaging for students and it allowed them to learn different ways, to express themselves in the classroom. It taught them important social and life skills, additionally they were able to build peer relationships…“ – 3rd grade teacher, SCSD

“I just wanted to let you know how much my 2nd grade students love Redhouse and [their Redhouse Fellowship Instructor]…It helps build confidence and social skills which many of our students lack. I hope Redhouse will continue to work with the SCSD and help to continue to bring out the best in our students. I know my students look forward to Redhouse everyday. The entire Redhouse Staff is amazing. They are part of our Family.” – 2nd grade teacher, SCSD


Meet Our Teaching Fellows

“The Fellowship with Redhouse and the Syracuse City School District allowed me to explore and learn about various art forms that combine to support my specialized knowledge in music. I was able to have my first experience in urban public education, a goal that I had had since my sophomore year of college. My position with the Fellowship allowed me to develop a relationship with the Syracuse City School District, which led me to my current full-time position as a music teacher at a fantastic school in the district.” – Ms. Underwood, ELMS Music Teacher and past Redhouse Fellow

“I spent two years in the Fellowship Program and worked my way up from teaching fellow to building lead. I developed such incredible relationships with my students, grew so much as a teacher and artist, and made connections that I will use for the rest of my life. This program gave me the tools and experience to move on to a teaching position, and I feel very adequately prepared to be a full-time teacher after working with RedHouse.” – John Grimsley, Middle School Music Teacher and past Redhouse Fellow

“My two years as a teaching fellow at the Redhouse Arts Center have been completely invaluable to my personal, artistic, and professional development…After school, Redhouse’s MainStage and LAB space became playgrounds for all of my artistic interests; I had opportunities to perform, conduct dramaturgical research, and develop my playwriting. The teaching fellowship dynamically embraces all aspects of teaching artistry and has inspired me to continue on this career path. I am starting my Masters in Educational Theatre at NYU Steinhardt this fall with hopes of refining my teaching skills and my ability to produce theater that creates social change. Thank you Redhouse for launching me toward these next exciting steps!” – Melanie Harrison, NYU Steinhardt student and past Redhouse Fellow.


Redhouse Teaching Fellows

Cynthia Moore (Reid)
Adora Smith
Mike Spadaro
Kassie Melendez-Ramirez
Carlos Garcia-Soto
Marisa Valent
Natalia Lott
Danya Eades
Becky Klementowski
Jared Dewberry
Robert McCall
Linda Facciponte
Brandon Morse
Katishma Grey
Christopher Cresswell
Jessica McCutcheon
Max Smith
Jazmine Addison

Magdalyn Donnelley
Stephfond Brunson