Stagecoach Performing Arts has begun a global campaign to help its students feel motivated and supported during this period of isolation. The brand new campaign, called ‘Stagecoachathome’, offers students around the world free virtual sessions so that they can work through alongside their new routine of homeschooling.
When the situation surrounding the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic became clear, the franchise leapt into action, quickly devising a plan to support our families & students, by creating a series of virtual Stagecoach sessions.
Every week, parents receive the content via email. Johanne Hudon-Armstrong, a mom and owner of the West Island StageCoach school, says her immediate thought was for the students who love coming to class every weekend, “We know how much they cherish their time with us, not only because of what they are learning but also because of the atmosphere. The fun and the camaraderie between students plays a key part in the StageCoach experience! We feel that the content we share can, at least, help the students keep busy and at the same time keep building and developing their skills.”
She also has communicated with parents about the various possible scenarios of going back to class. “Of course, we will follow government advice. It may be that we offer two classes per week to shorten the session, and still be able to put on our year-end production of Shrek Jr or it may be in an intensive summer camp format. We will see but we remain optimistic on a return to action soon! Stay well everyone and love to all”.
If you are a parent that wishes to receive the ‘Stagecoachathome’ weekly classes, simply contact StageCoach at firstname.lastname@example.org or message on their FB page at https://www.facebook.com/ecoledesartsstagecoach/