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mustang Welcome To Music Class!mustang

 Mrs. Holly Hoey- Johnson-  Music Educator                                                                   Email: hhoey@lcps.org  

Meadowland's Holiday Sing Along 
 
       caroling  
 Wednesday, December 21, 2016 at 1:45 p.m.
in the Meadowland Auxiliary Room 
Please join us as we sing traditional songs of the winter season.  
 
 

 
bell 5th Grade Select Bell Carolers  bell
 
Monday, December 20, Tuesday, December 21,
 and Wednesday, December 22

from 7:30 a.m.-7:50 a.m. in the front lobby 
 
Select students from 5th grade will perform traditional winter songs as students enter for the day.  
 
 

 5th Grade All County Chorus Auditions:
chorus  
Friday, December 16th, 2016 from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. 
 
* Students who would like to audition will sing America, The Beautiful and Vocal Warm-ups.
 
*Students must also write an essay about why they would like to participate in All County Chorus. 
 
* Meadowland only can take three students from fifth grade for this performance. 
 
* Further informational sheets will be distributed in your child's music class.  

 
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 Welcome, Mustang Musicians!

 The Loudoun County elementary music curriculum consists of a well-planned sequence of developmentally appropriate experiences leading to clearly defined skills and knowledge. The program is designed to actively involve students of all learning modalities using materials carefully selected for their aesthetic value. The Loudoun County curriculum is aligned with the National Standards for Arts Education and the Virginia Standards of Learning.Music activities include many opportunities for students to sing, play instruments, move to music, listen and analyze, learn musical notation, create, and perform.

The national standards for music education have recently been updated to include:
  • Creating Music
  • Performing Music
  • Responding to Music
For more information regarding the changes to these standards, click here
 

  • Meadowland students grades first through fifth receive two thirty minute sessions of music each week.
  • Kindergarten and our STEP program will receive one thirty minute session a week 
  • During our classes students are exposed to a wide variety of music from differing cultures around the world. Students are also educated on significant western composers.
  • All classes will work on vocal technique, music literacy, movement, and performance with instruments. Students in grades 4-5 will play recorders. Students are always invited to express themselves creatively through music and during classroom activities. 
Last Modified on November 27, 2016
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