Congratulations to the recipients of the 2021 California Casualty Music and Arts Grants



SAN MATEO, California, October 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – After careful consideration of nearly 500 applications, California Casualty has named 142 schools across the country as recipients of the 2021 Music and the Arts Scholarships.

The California Casualty Music and Arts Grants Program receives applications year round. To be considered for a 2022 award, educators in K-12 public schools can apply for a $ 250 grant for music and the arts at

The importance of arts education cannot be overstated.

The recipients, representing 29 states, demonstrated significant financial need that matched the program’s goal – to keep music and the arts in schools.

Arts and music programs have long been shown to enhance students’ critical thinking skills, foster creativity, and improve focus, motivation and confidence. While COVID-19 still has an impact on communities and schools, the arts continue to play a vital role in helping children express themselves, connect with each other, manage stress and stay engaged. their constantly changing learning environment.

California Casualty’s $ 36,000 The scholarships will give more students the opportunity to learn music, perform in a play, or hone their artistic talents throughout the 2021-2020 school year.

“The importance of arts education cannot be overstated,” said California Casualty associate vice president Brian goodman. “We are proud to be able to help teachers provide more creative opportunities for students and schools.”

The 142 grants * of $ 250 each will provide financial assistance for such efforts as:

  • Creation of a Sound Garden outside the school building. An immersive sound experience combining instruments and weather forecast

  • Art class in rotating class. “Messy Mat” trays for students to protect desks and carpets from paint, watercolor, clay and glue

  • PPE kits assembled by students and protective face shields for school play

  • To repair and replace broken instruments in the elementary school classroom

  • Instant cameras to teach students about photography and the art of still life

  • Fabric for making Mariachi skirts for the condition of Jalisco for a Mexican folk dance group of 50 students

  • Music therapy courses for autistic students

  • Drama department material for set, scripts and costumes

The California Casualty Music and Arts Grants Program receives applications year round. To be considered for a 2022 award, educators in K-12 public schools can apply for a $ 250 Grant for Music and the Arts at Applicants must be current members of the State Affiliate of NEA or one of the other participating educator associations including ACSA, CASE, COSA, KASA, NASA or UASSP.

* 2021 Music and Arts Laureates by State

Old Shell Road Magnet School, Mobile
Hard Primary School, town of Bessemer
Children’s center school, Montgomery
Scarborough Model College, Mobile

Bush Elementary School, Mesa
Cactus Wren Primary School, Phoenix

Bachrodt Primary School, San jose
Bidwell Jr. High School, Chico
César Chavez College, Union City
School of Arts of Costano, Palo Alto East
Grossmont High School, El Cajon
Hooker Oak School, Chico
Lorenzo Manor Elementary School, Hayward
Martin Luther King jr. College, Hayward
Merrill F. West High School, Tracy
Neutra Primary School, Lemoore
Oakland High School, Oakland
Parkview Elementary School, Chico
Redwood Primary School, Fort Bragg
Sem Yeto Continuation High School, Fairfield
Shasta Primary School, Chico
Summit Charter Intermediate Academy, Porterville
Baldwin Park High School, Baldwin Park
Edison Elementary School, San Diego
Ellen Ochoa Learning Center, Cudahy
Ellington School, Covina
Émilie Ritchen Elementary School, Oxnard
Hillcrest High School, Riverside
Juan Lagunas Soria Primary School, Oxnard
College of Oaks, Ontario
Orange Vista High School, Perris
Serrano College, Montclair Primary School Skyline North, Barstow
Vineyard Elementary School, Templeton

Secondary Program Options, Littleton
Denison Montessori School, Denver
Westminster High School, Westminster
Rose Stein International Primary School, Lakewood
Frédéric High School, Frédéric
Laredo College, Aurora
Peyton High School, Peyton

Magnet Academy of Classical Studies, Bridgeport
Warren Harding High School, Bridgeport
Glastonbury East Hartford Magnet School, Glastonbury
Irving Robbins College, Farmington
Verplanck Primary School, Manchester

Southern Primary School, New castle

Varsity Lakes College, Lehigh Acres
Ronald McNair Magnet College, Rock
West Hialeah Gardens Primary School, Hialeah Gardens

Joplin Primary School, Wooded
Ponderosa Elementary School, Meridian
Victory Middle School, Meridian
Seltice Primary School, Post falls
Northside Elementary School, Sand point

Channing Memorial Elementary School, Elgin
Gallatin County CUSD 7, junction
Pawnee Primary School, Pawnee
Oakdale Elementary School, Normal

Lakeland Jr. Sr. High School, Barn
Oakland High School, Lafayette
Jonas E. Salk Primary School, Merrillville
Mount Tabor Primary School, New Albania
Intermediate trial school, Richmond

AGWSR College, Wellsbourg
College Le Mars, March
West High School, Sioux City
Strong Madison College, Fort Madison

Schilling Primary School, Salina
Larned High School, Larné
Bertram Caruthers Primary School, Kansas City

Indian Trail Elementary School, Louisville
Ft. Wright Elementary School, Fort. Wright
Henry Co High School, New castle

Baker College, Baker

Boothbay Area High School, Boothbay Harbor

Overléa High School, Baltimore
Lutherville Laboratory School of Technology, Lutherville
Holabird College, Dundalk
Drew-Freeman College, Suitland

Clinton Park Elementary School, Clinton

Locust Street Expressive Arts Elementary School, Colombia
Belvidere Primary School, Large-view
Liberty High School, Lake Saint-Louis
Meramec Heights Elementary School, Arnold

Big island Public schools, Big island

New Hampshire
College of the South, Manchester

New Jersey
Lincoln College, Kearny
Cliffside Park School # 4, Cliff side park
Washington Street Elementary School, Tom River
Pine Hill Middle School, Pine Hill
Glenfield College, Montclair
Dale Avenue School, Paterson
Union City High School, Union City
Samuel S Yellin School, Stratford
High Point Regional High School, Sussex
Kittatinny High School, Newton
Winfield School, Winfield
Hooper Avenue Primary School, Tom River

New Mexico
Belén College, Belén

Tri-Valley High School, Dresden
Chieftain Elementary School, Logan
Rittman Elementary School, Rittman
Thoreau Park Elementary School, Parma
Valley Forge High School, Parma heights

Pleasant Valley Elementary School, Gresham
Whitworth Elementary School, Dallas

South West College, Reading
McDowell Middle School, Erie
Royersford Primary School, Royersford
Bensalem High School, Bensalem
Donegan Elementary School, Bethlehem

Leadership preparatory charter school, Memphis

Springdale Elementary School, Springdale

Komachin College, Lacey
Columbia River Elementary School, Not co
Edwin Markham Elementary School, Not co
Centennial College, Spokane Valley
Hudson’s Bay High School, Vancouver
OSD Preschool, Othello
Napavine MS / HS, Napavine
Everson Elementary School, Everson
Prune Hill Primary School, Camas
Burnt Bridge Creek Elementary School, Vancouver
Auburn High School, Auburn
Riverbend Elementary School, Spokane Valley
Horizon College, Spokane Valley
University elementary school, Spokane
Primary spruce, Lynnwood
Edmonds Heights K12 School, Edmonds
Five Mile Prairie School, Spokane
College of Glaciers, Seatac
Pioneer Elementary School, Concert port
Hilltop Elementary School, Seattle
Birney Primary School, Tacoma
Southern Heights Elementary School, Seattle
Fawcett Elementary School, Tacoma
Silverdale Elementary School, Silverdale
Olympic High School, Bremerton
Martin Luther King Elementary School, Vancouver

Midwestern School, Midwest
Worland High School, Worland

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