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Hello, 6th Grade Chorus students and parents, and Guitar students and parents!

I hope everyone is staying well, and has everything they need. <3 

I have been enjoying "seeing" so many of you in online sessions! :D

Here is that schedule:

Office Hours:

Wednesdays 10:30 - 11:30
(I will be checking email and Teams, and will be available to chat through Teams)

Drama Club meetings: Thursdays at 10:00 through Teams

6th Grade Chorus: Fridays from 1:30 - 1:50 through Teams

7th Grade Guitar: 2:00 - 2:20 through Teams

8th Grade Guitar 2:30 - 2:50 through Teams

8th Graders:

Please take a moment to fill out this survey
for Forest Park for next year! 

Just copy and paste the link below into your browser, and answer the short survey. Thank you!!



6th Grade Chorus: Telling Part 2 of Les Miserables

7th and 8th Grade Guitar:

Making a guitar template, A major scale, Tallis' Canon


6th Grade Chorus: Telling part 1 of the story of Les Miserables

7th and 8th Grade Guitar: Tuning the Guitar

Web Page for tuning process:

Web Page for string pitches:

for next week:

Learning "Tallis' Canon"

Here is a video that I made of this in four parts:

...and the music is both below in attachments, and on the Team page. :D


Drama Club: Read-through <3 


 - Saying hi! :D
 - Survey Monkey Questions

My email is

Stay safe!!

Here is a link to connect to and use the app Zoom:

If you would like to practice sight-reading:


Sightreading Factory: free student accounts to schools closed for COVID, (just send them an email at , and they’ll take care of you from there.)


If you would like to brush up on your music theory:


MusicTheory.Net: free all the time, exercises and lessons,


Two Minute Music Theory (YouTube channel)


Online theory and ear-training exercises:


Breezin’ Thru - This is an online music theory program that is offering FREE accounts 



If you would like to try your hand at some composing:


Chrome Music Lab: free interactive music making website


Musescore: Free music composition software,


SmartMusic: offering free access through June 30th for COVID affected schools. Also has sight-singing practice.



If you would like to work on some a capella singing, like the Pentatonix:

Acapella: App to collaborate and sing with others in small groups,

If you would like to brush up on your rhythm:


Rhythm Trainer — rhythmic dictation practice. There is a “B Mode” for modified (multiple choice!) The Rhythm Trainer


Online Drum groove/polyrhythm breakdown


If you want to practice singing with piano:


Accompanist: can be used for secondary school solo and ensemble practice, Appcompanist gives you full control over thousands of beautiful piano


If you want to play some music theory games:


Kahoot: Online quiz games, free account through end of the year,


Quizizz: Online quiz games in various subject areas,


Music Tech Teacher (theory games)e


Free music theory flashcards and games: Free Music Theory Lessons, Games, & Resources | Music-Theory-Practice


If you are looking for some new songs to learn:


Beth’s Notes, folk songs, chants


If you want to know more about how we actually sing:


Voice Science Works - fantastic lessons and explanations of the vocal mechanism and how it functions. TONS of resources.


If you want to work on Ukelele:


Fredonia Ukulele - one of my FAVORITE sites. Over 1,000 video tutorial songs. Teaches all the chords needed. SOOO FUN for all experience levels!!



If you want to watch some fantastic operas!


The Metropolitan Opera:


…or Broadway shows: