School Mission: East Village Community School children, families and educators are committed to learning through a balanced academic and social curriculum.  Students are encouraged to explore their world while building upon their unique strengths, interests, and learning styles.

It is our priority to provide an environment where all children and all families are valued, welcomed, cared for and supported.  East Village Community School students learn the importance of community building, social responsibility, and conflict resolution.

Our goal is for EVCS graduates to be confident and kind, academically prepared, and ready to contribute towards positive social change in the community and world around them.  School Website 
Arts Partner Since 2015.  K-5, 259-students; 23% Hispanic, 5% Black, 10% Asian, 57% White; 1% English Language Learners; 28% Economically Disadvantaged; 17% Special Education.
(Summer 2021) Sharing Yourself and Your Story Through Movement & Celebrating Love with Creative Dance  Grades: K-5 | Teaching Artists: Hannah DeFranzo., Janet Caserotti, Lorena Jaramillo


(2019-2020) Exploring Mother Earth (2 class groups, 50 students; 30 sessions )
Grades: PreK-5 | Teaching Artist: Erke Roosen  Video


(2018-2019) Community Dance Program Poetry Carnival(4 class groups, 150 students; 4 sessions) Grades: K-5 | Teaching Artists: Annalisa Ledson, Sandra Horn, Ashley McQueen, Cora Miller-Laszio, Rosetta Fair, Luiza Karnas  Photos 


(2017-2018) Community Dance Program: Dancing Across Generations (4 class groups, 100 students; 1 session) Grades: PreK-5 | Dancers of Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre Photos  Video


(2016-2017) Creative Dance & Choreography (2 class groups, 50 students; 10 sessions) Grade: 1 | Teaching Artist: Michelle Masso  Photos Video


(2015-2016) Fundamentals of Dance | Space, Time & Energy (1 class group, 100 students; 1 session) Grades: PreK-5 | Dancers of Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre   Photos Video
School Mission: East Village Community School children, families and educators are committed to learning through a balanced academic and social curriculum.  Students are encouraged to explore their world while building upon their unique strengths, interests, and learning styles.

It is our priority to provide an environment where all children and all families are valued, welcomed, cared for and supported.  East Village Community School students learn the importance of community building, social responsibility, and conflict resolution.

Our goal is for EVCS graduates to be confident and kind, academically prepared, and ready to contribute towards positive social change in the community and world around them.  School Website