R.O.A.D Residency Program
Kansas City Ballet’s nationally recognized dance residency program is being offered to new schools for a 12-week session, January-May 2020! Weekly movement classes and end of semester R.O.A.D. Rallies are offered during the academic year in elementary schools, during the school day. Established curriculum is taught by KC Ballet teaching artists to live music, introducing 3rd and 4th-grade students to the fundamentals of dance: space, time, effort, self-discipline, and cooperative learning. Thematic lessons integrate the STEAM-based curriculum and are based on National and State Education Standards.
Interested in learning more about our R.O.A.D program for your school?
Contact April Berry
“I love how R.O.A.D. touches on many different subjects – Math, Social Studies, Science, dance terms, and teamwork. The arts touch us all!”
R.O.A.D. Program Staff
R.O.A.D Residency FAQs
Kansas City Public Schools (KCPS)
Turner Unified School District (TUSD)
Kansas City Kansas Schools (KCK)
Shawnee Mission Schools (SMSD)
Select Charter Schools
Select Parochial Schools
Select Private Schools
We wish to sincerely thank the following for their support of Kansas City Ballet’s Reach Out and Dance (R.O.A.D.) Program.
Kansas City Public School District, Missouri
Turner Unified School 202, Kansas
BARRE KC, Kansas City Ballet’s young professional’s group, for their annual fundraiser that benefits the R.O.A.D. Scholarship Program. The following are sponsors of that event: Boulevard Brewery Co., US Bank, and The Michael and Marlys Haverty Family Foundation.
Andrews Family Foundation
Belger Cartage Service, Inc.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City
BNSF Railway Foundation
Curry Family Foundation
SS&C Technologies, Inc.
Hall Family Foundation
Henderson Engineers, Inc.
JE Dunn Construction Company
Louis & Elizabeth Nave Flarsheim Charitable Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee
Louis and Frances Swinken Supporting Foundation
Oppenstein Brothers Foundation
R and C Charitable Foundation
R.A. Long Foundation
Unified Government-Hollywood Casino of Wyandotte County
US Bank Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation
William Randolph Hearst Foundation