Special Needs Students Show Off Creativity During Annual Arts Festival at Brevard Zoo

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Approximately 1,200 students participated in this year's festival held at the Brevard Zoo

Approximately 1,200 students participated in Brevard Achievement Center’s Color in Motion Festival held at the Brevard Zoo. The event is a voluntary program creating learning opportunities in the arts for elementary- and middle school-aged exceptional education students and general education peer partners. (BPS image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The Brevard Achievement Center’s Color in Motion Festival is a voluntary program creating learning opportunities in the arts for elementary- and middle school-aged exceptional education students and general education peer partners.

The goal of this annual event was to help children succeed in school and their communities by engaging in quality arts experiences.

Approximately 1,200 students participated in this year’s festival held at the Brevard Zoo.

Activities included flag making, a Ribbon Dancer Art Stop, as well as the Color in Motion Movement Zone hosted by BPS/Student Services team, including ESE Program Support, Positive Behavior Support (PBIS), Behavior Analysts, Adaptive PE teachers, and FDLRS. Volunteers from BAC, the zoo, Eastern Florida State College of Education, Bayside High School’s Teacher Academy and other local organizations hosted the art stops for students.

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The goal of Brevard Achievement Center’s Color in Motion Festival event was to help children succeed in school and their communities by engaging in quality arts experiences. (BPS image)
Activities at the Brevard Achievement Center’s Color in Motion Festival included flag making, a Ribbon Dancer Art Stop, as well as the Color in Motion Movement Zone hosted by BPS/Student Services team, including ESE Program Support, Positive Behavior Support (PBIS), Behavior Analysts, Adaptive PE teachers, and FDLRS. Volunteers from BAC, the zoo, Eastern Florida State College of Education, Bayside High School’s Teacher Academy and other local organizations hosted the art stops for students. (BPS image)

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