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 Welcome to Mill Run Music!!
 
      Hello and welcome to music at Mill Run Elementary, where children always come first! 

The music teachers here at Mill Run are 
Mr. Snead and Mrs. Geiger.
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Mill Run Elementary Music Program


Who:

Mill Run’s music teachers are:

            Mr. Snead and Mrs. Geiger

 

Mr. Snead is at Mill Run every day and teaches some of 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades.

Mrs. Geiger is at Mill Run on Tues., Thurs., and Friday.  She will also teach some of 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades.  Mrs. Geiger also teaches music at Hamilton Elementary.

 

What:

            Music instruction is in keeping with the Virginia Standards of Learning and the National Standards of Music which call for:

 

*Singing

*Performing

*Movement

*Reading and Writing Music

*Listening to and analyzing music

*Creating

*Improvisation


When:

            Mill Run Elementary students receive two 30-minute periods of music instruction every week at Mill Run.


Grading

LCPS Art, Music, and Physical Education Report Card Guidelines

E = Exceeds Standard:

In addition to meeting the standard, the student makes application beyond grade level expectations. 

M = Meets Standard:

Student consistently meets and demonstrates mastery of current grade level expectations. 

P = Progressing Towards Standard:

With assistance, student demonstrates partial mastery of current grade level expectations. 

B = Below Standard:

With assistance, student struggles to demonstrate partial mastery of current grade level expectations.


How:

Students develop music skills through their study of these concepts:

Melody, Harmony, Rhythm, Form, and Dynamics

 

    Students will use a variety of instruments, both unpitched percussion, such as rhythm sticks and jingle bells, and pitched percussion, such as xylophones and metallophones, in addition to learning basic movement skills to music, such as walking, skipping, and galloping.  Fourth and fifth graders receive instruction in soprano recorder.  Students will use the “Share the Music” series published by MacMillan and “Making Music” by Silver Burdette.


What Is Expected Of Mill Run Music Students? 

            1. Respect

            2. Follow Directions

            3. Participate Appropriately

           

 Consequences include:

            1. Warning

            2. Time Out

            3. Think Sheet

            4. Visit to the office


 

Last Modified on Thursday at 10:02 AM