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Welcome to the Kentucky Orff-Schulwerk Association!

  • $25 Annual Membership Fee for everyone, except students
    • $25 Per Workshop for Members and Retired Teachers
    • $5 Per Workshop for First-Year Teachers
    • $50 Per Workshop for Non-Members
  • $0 Membership Fee and $5 Per Workshop for Students (must show student ID)

SPECIAL PACKAGE: If you prepay for all four workshops at the first workshops, you pay only $100 (A savings of $25)

Please note that virtual workshop fees are the same as in-person workshop fees.

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KOSA
208 Bass Pond Glen Drive, Nicholasville, KY 40356

* We plan to offer workshops hybrid for 2021–2022. If you are a member and are unable to attend a workshop synchronously, more information will be available soon.

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KOSA’s Statement on Anti-Racism
We believe that Black lives matter in Kentucky and across the nation. We agree with and support the American Orff-Schulwerk Association’s statement denouncing violence against the Black community. We stand against racism and intolerance and we acknowledge that speaking up is the first step. We commit to listening to people of color in our community in order to develop actions that create change in our classrooms and for our students. We are dedicated to taking the following steps now and in the future:
  • Invite more presenters of color and presenters who can address the topics of diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism.
  • Share resources directed toward anti-racism in the classroom.
  • Seek out members at large to better represent the diversity in Kentucky.
  • Provide scholarships to educators of color to promote diverse membership in KOSA.

UPDATED September 18, 2021