A little bit about the music classroom:

In music class students will sing, move, listen, imitate, explore, experience, analyze, classify, create, share, perform, notate, read, improvise, cooperate, and most importantly HAVE FUN!!!! We strive to create innovative, engaging lesson plans which include singing, playing instruments, and moving in each of our lessons. Music is important here at Dolvin Elementary. Studies show that students who receive music perform better on tests involving reading, math, problem solving, and logical thinking.

Saturday, September 5, 2015

Atlanta Families' Award of Excellence in Education

Now that some of the excitement has died down, I would love to announce that I was selected as a winner for the Atlanta Families' Award of Excellence in Education for 2015.  You will probably be hearing more and seeing more about the award and what this means for the music students at Dolvin in the coming months.  In case you missed the surprise on WSB here is a link to the coverage. http://www.wsbtv.com/videos/news/atlanta-families-awards-for-excellence-in/vDZRQw/ 

You may see WSB news around Dolvin for the next few months as they continue coverage on the award progress.

For more information about the award, click here! http://atlantafamilies.org/

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Changes in the Music Room!

Well, after Fulton County's 10 day count and re-mapping, we will now be welcoming Patrick Denney to Dolvin on Thursdays and Fridays.  Our schedules will remain the same.  Please continue to check online for constant updates.

Also, Spaced Out audition letters and scripts will be coming home this week as well as chorus permission slips.  Please e-mail me at Endicott@fultonschools.org if you have any questions.

Thank you,
Megan Endicott