Wheeler School, WaterFire Arts partner on new curriculum program

WHEELER SCHOOL STUDENTS practice taking water samples from the Providence River, with braziers from WaterFire Providence in the background. The school will collaborate with the WaterFire Arts Center on a new yearlong interdisciplinary curriculum for eighth-graders. / COURTESY WHEELER SCHOOL/TIM LLEWELLEYN
PROVIDENCE – Eighth-grade students at the Wheeler School will be able to study at the WaterFire Arts Center in a program called Wheeler Cityside, which will build off citywide resources to create inquiry-driven learning opportunities. Commencing at the start of the 2019-20 academic year, the yearlong interdisciplinary curriculum will see students not only study at…

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