Degrees and Certifications:
B.A. Music Education Trinity University M.A. Music Education UTSA Levels I and II Orff Schulwerk One year Kodaly Pedagogy
A little about me...
I love to sing, play instruments, and dance. Most of all I love to teach children music! I earned a bachelor's degree from Trinity University and a master's in Music Education from UTSA. I have worked in North East for thirty years. I hold two levels of Orff Schulwerk certification and one level of Kodaly Pedagogy. I enjoy singing in choirs and at church. I sing with the San Antonio Symphony Mastersingers and the Yellow Rose Singers of San Antonio. I am a huge opera and symphony fan. I sang with the San Antonio Opera Chorus for 8 years. I love teaching our Coyotes music, choir, and movement at Canyon Ridge!
Yellow Rose Singers in Dublin, July 2019
School Phone Number: 210-407-1600
Grading Policy for Music Class
Kindergarten Music Grades: Concepts and Skills/ Conduct
Student is unable to exhibit skill even with direct guidance.
Additional instruction is needed.
Student exhibits skill with minimal guidance.
Student exhibits skills independently and consistently.
Student understanding goes beyond grade level expectation.
E= achievement is excellent.
Student shows extra effort/work in music.
Student shows mastery exceeding grade level expectations.
Student makes accomplishments beyond expectation in music.
Student has above-average grades on written work where appropriate.
S= achievement is satisfactory.
Student shows reasonable effort in music.
Student satisfies 70% or more on TEKS and North East Standards.
Student makes accomplishments appropriate for grade level in music.
Student has average grades on written work where appropriate.
N= achievement needs improvement.
Student shows little or no effort in music.
Student satisfies less than 70% of the TEKS and North East Standards.
Student makes accomplishments below expectations for grade level in music.
Student has below average grades on written work where appropriate.
All students will initially receive an "S" in music and grades will be adjusted according to skill and effort exhibited in class.
80% of the music grade reflects daily participation in music class.
20% of the music grade is based upon musical skills observed in class as well as occasional written assignments as appropriate.
*Grades 1-5 receive an E, S, or N, not a numeric grade.
Please disregard the numeric grade assigned in the parent portal.