Ms. Susan King
Music Teacher - Elementary
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ALLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

MONDAY LESSONS
9:00- Trumpet
Axel Torrijos- Ms. Beck
Mya Salgado- Ms. Beck
Angel Aucapina- Ms. Loera

9:30- Trombone/Baritone
Mila Palomarez- Ms. Loera
Itzel Gallegos- Ms. Morgan
Vanessa Dominguez- Ms. Loera

10:00-Percussion
Guadalupe Arios- Mr. B
Izaiah Martinez- Mr. B

THURSDAY LESSONS
9:00- Saxophone
Kenya Quinonez- Mr. B
Sebastian Figuerora- Ms. Loera
Ava Gomez- Ms. Beck
Jacqueline Calderon- Mr. B
Destiny Ikeokwu- Ms. Loera

9:30- Flute
Ximena Zamudi- Ms. Loera
Miah Rodriguez- Mr. B
Camila Gutierrez- Mr. B
Isabella Vaenzuela- Ms. Morgan
Precious Olatunji- Ms. Morgan
Kourteny Correon- Ms. Loera
Ellee Tingo- Ms. Morgan
Shariana Ortiz- Ms. Morgan

10:00- Clarinets and Oboe
Amaya DeLaTorre- Ms. Loera
Brielle Roberts- Mr. B
Maylie Hernandez- Ms. Loera
Aylin Sanchez- Mr. B

KRUG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
TUESDAY LESSONS
11:00- Frer’s Clarinets
Xiomara DeLaO
Miracle Mayze
Yeiry Flores
Kylin Norman

11:30- Freese’s Clarinets
Mia Garcia
Isabella Marin
Diego Valezquez

WEDNESDAY LESSONS
11:00- Trumpets and Trombone
Daniela Esparza
Kiyan Fowler Cunningham
Dana Marin

11:30- Saxophone
Sophia Dunn
Izabel Guerrero
Nick Salazar

FRIDAY LESSONS
11:00- Flute and Percussion
Angelyn Hernandez
Victoria Dominguez
Aziah Redmond

ALLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

MONDAY LESSONS
9:00- Trumpet
Axel Torrijos- Ms. Beck
Mya Salgado- Ms. Beck
Angel Aucapina- Ms. Loera

9:30- Trombone/Baritone
Mila Palomarez- Ms. Loera
Itzel Gallegos- Ms. Morgan
Vanessa Dominguez- Ms. Loera

10:00-Percussion
Guadalupe Arios- Mr. B
Izaiah Martinez- Mr. B

THURSDAY LESSONS
9:00- Saxophone
Kenya Quinonez- Mr. B
Sebastian Figuerora- Ms. Loera
Ava Gomez- Ms. Beck
Jacqueline Calderon- Mr. B
Destiny Ikeokwu- Ms. Loera

9:30- Flute
Ximena Zamudi- Ms. Loera
Miah Rodriguez- Mr. B
Camila Gutierrez- Mr. B
Isabella Vaenzuela- Ms. Morgan
Precious Olatunji- Ms. Morgan
Kourteny Correon- Ms. Loera
Ellee Tingo- Ms. Morgan
Shariana Ortiz- Ms. Morgan

10:00- Clarinets and Oboe
Amaya DeLaTorre- Ms. Loera
Brielle Roberts- Mr. B
Maylie Hernandez- Ms. Loera
Aylin Sanchez- Mr. B

KRUG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
TUESDAY LESSONS
11:00- Frer’s Clarinets
Xiomara DeLaO
Miracle Mayze
Yeiry Flores
Kylin Norman

11:30- Freese’s Clarinets
Mia Garcia
Isabella Marin
Diego Valezquez

WEDNESDAY LESSONS
11:00- Trumpets and Trombone
Daniela Esparza
Kiyan Fowler Cunningham
Dana Marin

11:30- Saxophone
Sophia Dunn
Izabel Guerrero
Nick Salazar

FRIDAY LESSONS
11:00- Flute and Percussion
Angelyn Hernandez
Victoria Dominguez
Aziah Redmond

Helpful Practice TipsHelpful Practice Tips

Dear Parents,
Sometimes it isn’t about how much your child practices, it is “how they do it”. Your child should not practice what they already know, they should be practicing what they don’t know. In a song that may mean only a measure or two not necessarily the whole song. They should practice a song until you can tell what tune it is without looking at the title (until it is fluent- reading without stopping and starting).
In their lesson book (Tradition of Excellence), there is a download in the very back of the book, www.kjos.com/ips. They will need to set up an account using the License Code provided for their instrument. After you retrieve the download the students can use the speaker button to listen to the song and play along with it.

Our songs for the concert are:
All Lesson 5 taped to the inside of their book:
5 Note Warm Up
Hot Cross Buns
French Carol
Jingle Bells
Good King Wenceslas
Jolly Old St. Nicholas
In there book:
Rain Rain Go Away p.8 #17
Merrily We Roll Along p. 9 #23

I hope this helps!!
Again, any questions don’t hesitate to email me: sking@d131.org

Dear Parents,
Sometimes it isn’t about how much your child practices, it is “how they do it”. Your child should not practice what they already know, they should be practicing what they don’t know. In a song that may mean only a measure or two not necessarily the whole song. They should practice a song until you can tell what tune it is without looking at the title (until it is fluent- reading without stopping and starting).
In their lesson book (Tradition of Excellence), there is a download in the very back of the book, www.kjos.com/ips. They will need to set up an account using the License Code provided for their instrument. After you retrieve the download the students can use the speaker button to listen to the song and play along with it.

Our songs for the concert are:
All Lesson 5 taped to the inside of their book:
5 Note Warm Up
Hot Cross Buns
French Carol
Jingle Bells
Good King Wenceslas
Jolly Old St. Nicholas
In there book:
Rain Rain Go Away p.8 #17
Merrily We Roll Along p. 9 #23

I hope this helps!!
Again, any questions don’t hesitate to email me: sking@d131.org