Board previews music ed programs

The Unit 7 school board had the first reading of the district’s music curriculum on Feb. 21.
In the past, the district’s two elementary schools, Unity East Elementary School and Unity West Elementary School, have not had a cohesive curriculum, but they will now.
“It has probably been over 10 years since we have spent any real money on elementary music,” Unity Junior High School Principal Laura Fitzgerald said.

Read the full story in the March 8 issue of The County Star.

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MylesBodner wrote on April 10, 2018 at 4:04 am

The board should be cohesive in order to get some unusual music programs because we are in the last position getting the opportunities. My father told me which he had read in an essay com writing service that the board is exclusively planning high programs, but at the same time make your community strong enough to get offers.