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New Heights for Strings

March 4, 2013

In my first year here in Plymouth Community Schools, I have been so impressed by what these students have accomplished.  While I would love to take all the credit, there are a few other factors that have helped these students reach new heights.  First, the school corporation itself has played a big hand in their success.  These days it’s almost unheard of to ADD a music class to a schedule.  And yet, Plymouth did.  At both PHS and LJH.  This gives our students such a sense of importance.  This class is important enough that they even got their own teacher!!  Secondly, the students themselves are so committed to being successful on their individual instruments.  I have been so impressed with how much music and the level of the music that I have given them and they have just risen up and met each challenge with incredible work ethic and excitement.  I have learned so much from these students in the short time I’ve been here.  My string students have been given high standards and have risen to the challenge. Image

As we start to prepare for group ISSMA contest I am so encouraged by their attitudes and willingness to work hard to attain something they want.  Keep watching for these groups to do amazing things!Image

Jodi! Kallenberg


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