Welcome To Norwayne Elementary Music Class

This week in elementry Music Class the 5th grades are still perpairing for there big upcomimg holiday  concert on december 14th make sure that you clear your calanders a come watch!

This week the 2nd graders are preparing for their Thanksgiving concert that is on Tuesday November 16th, while the 5th graders are preparing for their upcoming holiday concert Tuesday December 14th. 

Kindergarten, 1st grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade music classes are learning about Veterans Day and patriotic music this week in class.

Happy Halloween From Miss Brandenburg’s homeroom class

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Click on the play button above to see our 5th grade choir performance of "Everyday Heroes".

This is our 2021 Veterans' Day Selection.  

Thank you for your service!

Below is a picture of one of the 1st grade classes practicing for their concert .

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Be sure to check out this letter regarding the 2021-22 concert dates!

There is a 3rd Grade Spring Concert Reminder Letter as well as a letter that went home to students regarding the 4th Grade Recorder Unit that we just started. The 3rd graders are currently preparing for their concert which is on Thursday, March 10th, 2022 at 7pm in the middle school PAC. The theme of their concert is "Music In Our Schools Month." For more than 30 years in the United States, the month of March has been officially designated by the National Association for Music Education for the observance of "Music in Our Schools Month." Its purpose is to raise awareness of the importance of music education for all children, and to remind us that school is where every child should have access to learning music as a curricular subject. It is an opportunity to display the benefits that music brings to students of all ages.

 

The 4th graders just received their recorders last week and are working on "Recorder Karate" which is a curriculum program incorporating 9 different songs that students have to learn to play on their instrument to test for a "belt" to be added to their instrument when they can play that song during a playing test accurately.