All third grade classes attend general music once a week. General music is taught by all three of our music teachers and covers a wide range of topics such as rhythm, note reading, genres of music, classifying instruments, music from around the world, and music games.
In fourth grade students have music twice a week. For their music enrichment, they can pick from general music, chorus, or band prep.
In fifth and sixth grades students have music twice a week. For their music enrichment, they can pick from general music, chorus, or band.
-Chorus (Mrs. Popovich) In chorus, students study vocal technique and musical literacy in a choral setting. Students will learn vocal warm ups, choir songs, sight singing, and music theory. The choir has performances for Veterans Day, Winter Concert, and Spring Concert.
-Band Prep (Mr. Albus) in this class students will learn the fundamentals of music. Students will spend time with rhythm, note reading, theory, and preparing to play an instrument.
-General Music (Mr. Whatley) In general music, students will learn an overview of music as a whole. They will learn about rhythm, note reading, music theory, composition, instrument families, composers, and various other musical aspects.