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CATA in the Schools

CATA Arts In / Arts Out provides workshops to students with disabilities in area high schools. Many of these students do not participate in mainstream art classes and, without CATA, would have little exposure to the arts in their curriculum. In many cases, CATA provides additional support as students transition out of high school, working with special education teachers on I.E.P.’s (Individual Education Plans) and offering continued access to CATA workshops after graduation. Students in high schools represent the next generation of CATA artists.

 

Without CATA, many of these students would have little access to the arts in their curriculum. In many cases, CATA provides additional support as students transition out of high school, working closely with special education teachers and offering continued access to CATA workshops after graduation.

 

CATA partners with 7 school districts across Berkshire County, including:

 

Adams-Cheshire Regional School District
Berkshire Hills Regional School District
Central Berkshire Regional School District
Lee Public Schools
Lenox Public Schools
Pittsfield Public Schools
Southern Berkshire Regional School District