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1627 Digital Music Production Teacher Faculty Opening - Digital Music Production Teacher Position: Part time (We... more
Faculty Opening - Digital Music Production Teacher Position: Part time (Wednesdays, 9:00-11:00am and 12:00-1:30pm) Pay: $45-50 per teaching hour; commensurate with experience Location: Guilmette Middle School, 80 Bodwell Street, Lawrence, MA Start date: September 29, 2021 Indian Hill Music School, a community music school in Littleton, MA with a faculty of 70+ professional teaching artists, has an opening for a part-time Digital Music Production Teacher to work on Wednesdays at Guilmette Middle School in Lawrence. This position entails teaching a class of fifth and sixth grade students from 9:00- 11:00am and a class of seventh and eighth grade students from 12:00-1:30pm, beginning on Wednesday, September 29. The classes will run in-person (masked) at Guilmette Middle School at 80 Bodwell Street in Lawrence, MA. The goal of these classes is to lead students in creating individual and group projects on Soundtrap, a cloud-based recording platform. Students will be provided with the requisite hardware, software, and internet connectivity in the classroom. Lesson topics may include looping, beatmaking, production, song form, recording, mixing, remixing, and more, as appropriate. The instructor is required to: - Communicate and maintain high behavioral expectations for all students, and develop a culture of “growth mindset” by encouraging and celebrating small improvements in individual and classroom culture; - Remain calm and focused when faced with unexpected challenges; and - Create and maintain a positive learning environment in which students’ diverse backgrounds, identities, strengths, and challenges are respected and utilized. Lawrence Public Schools is an urban district, located 30 miles north of Boston, serving more than 13,000 students. More than 70% of their students speak a language other than English as their first language. They are committed to ensuring that our students, who have for too long been under-served, are provided with a high-quality, free, public education at their local, district schools. Indian Hill Music faculty members are responsible for: 1) inspiring and sharing their love of music with their students; 2) setting a high bar for students’ levels of technical skill and musicality, as appropriate; 3) clearly communicating expectations and working toward shared goals; and 4) advocating for their students to engage in additional pursuits to deepen their musical development, as appropriate. Indian Hill offers many ancillary benefits to our faculty members, including a variety of paid professional performance opportunities and funding for professional development (by application). Attendance at an annual fall faculty meeting is required, as is the completion of occasional clerical tasks including reporting of hours taught for payroll purposes. Timeliness and reliability, as well as strong communication practices with both students/families and school staff, are essential. Qualifications: Candidates should have experience with electronic music and recording techniques, as well as related teaching experience. Spanish language skills and experience working in an urban school environment are a plus, but are not required. Demonstrated ability to meet all requirements listed above is required. How to apply: Please send your resume and any other supporting materials to Pete Robbins, Director of Education and Non-Orchestral Performance Programming, at probbins@indianhillmusic.org with “Digital Music Production Teacher” listed in the subject line. Indian Hill Music believes that everyone should be treated with fairness and dignity, and without prejudice. Music is a language that connects us and gives a voice to all. We are committed to offering a warm and welcoming environment where all students and music lovers are accepted, respected, and valued, regardless of race, color, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, disability, faith, nationality, age, or socioeconomic status. Learn more at www.indianhillmusic.org
NULL PT Indian Hill Music Littleton MA Pete Robbins probbins@indianhillmusic.org 2021-09-07 2021-09-28
1626 Percussion/ Bucket Drumming Teacher Faculty Opening - Percussion / Bucket Drumming Teacher Position: Part time... more
Faculty Opening - Percussion / Bucket Drumming Teacher Position: Part time (Wednesdays, 9:00-11:00am and 12:00-1:30pm) Pay: $45-50 per teaching hour; commensurate with experience Location: Guilmette Middle School, 80 Bodwell Street, Lawrence, MA Start date: September 29, 2021 Indian Hill Music School, a community music school in Littleton, MA with a faculty of 70+ professional teaching artists, has an opening for a part-time Percussion / Bucket Drumming Teacher to work on Wednesdays at Guilmette Middle School in Lawrence. This position entails teaching a class of fifth and sixth grade students from 9:00- 11:00am and a class of seventh and eighth grade students from 12:00-1:30pm, beginning on Wednesday, September 29. The classes will run in-person (masked) at Guilmette Middle School at 80 Bodwell Street in Lawrence, MA. The goal of these classes is to lead students in group percussion activities, beginning with a focus on bucket drumming. Students will be provided with buckets, drum sticks, and headphones for ear protection as necessary. The teacher will have wide discretion in the types of activities and repertoire that are utilized, and is welcome to bring their own instruments as appropriate. The instructor is required to: Communicate and maintain high behavioral expectations for all students, and develop a culture of “growth mindset” by encouraging and celebrating small improvements in individual and classroom culture; Remain calm and focused when faced with unexpected challenges; and Create and maintain a positive learning environment in which students’ diverse backgrounds, identities, strengths, and challenges are respected and utilized. Lawrence Public Schools is an urban district, located 30 miles north of Boston, serving more than 13,000 students. More than 70% of their students speak a language other than English as their first language. They are committed to ensuring that our students, who have for too long been under-served, are provided with a high-quality, free, public education at their local, district schools. Indian Hill Music faculty members are responsible for: 1) inspiring and sharing their love of music with their students; 2) setting a high bar for students’ levels of technical skill and musicality, as appropriate; 3) clearly communicating expectations and working toward shared goals; and 4) advocating for their students to engage in additional pursuits to deepen their musical development, as appropriate. Indian Hill offers many ancillary benefits to our faculty members, including a variety of paid professional performance opportunities and funding for professional development (by application). Attendance at an annual fall faculty meeting is required, as is the completion of occasional clerical tasks including reporting of hours taught for payroll purposes. Timeliness and reliability, as well as strong communication practices with both students/families and school staff, are essential. Qualifications: Ideal candidates should have a degree in music and a minimum of three years of teaching experience, as well as proficiency in percussion performance and pedagogy. Spanish language skills and experience working in an urban school environment are a plus, but are not required. Demonstrated ability to meet all requirements listed above is required. How to apply: Please send your resume and any other supporting materials to Pete Robbins, Director of Education and Non-Orchestral Performance Programming, at probbins@indianhillmusic.org with “Percussion / Bucket Drumming Teacher” listed in the subject line. Indian Hill Music believes that everyone should be treated with fairness and dignity, and without prejudice. Music is a language that connects us and gives a voice to all. We are committed to offering a warm and welcoming environment where all students and music lovers are accepted, respected, and valued, regardless of race, color, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, disability, faith, nationality, age, or socioeconomic status. Learn more at www.indianhillmusic.org
NULL PT Indian Hill Music Littleton MA Pete Robbins probbins@indianhillmusic.org 2021-09-07 2021-09-28
1625 Choral Director See the full position on School Spring: https://www.schoolspring.com/jobs/j... more
See the full position on School Spring: https://www.schoolspring.com/jobs/job.cfm?jid=3657060&
FT NULL Southern Berkshire Regional School District Sheffield MA Jesse Carpenter jcarpenter@sbrsd.org 2021-09-06 2021-09-30
1624 Elementary General Music, Beginning Band, & Chorus Teacher K-5 Leomintser Public Schools is seeking an creative, energetic music educator ... more
Leomintser Public Schools is seeking an creative, energetic music educator with the ability to general music, beginning band, and elementary chorus. Canidates should be able to work independently as well as collaboratively with the other music teachers in the district. Please submit cover letter, resume, transcripts and evidence of DESE Licensure using the link below. https://leominster.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=868
FT NULL Northwest Elementary School Leominster MA Arthur Pierce arthur.pierce@leominsterschools.org 2021-08-27 2021-09-27
1623 Flute Private Lesson Teacher Sudbury Public Schools is looking for an engaging flute teacher to deliver ... more
Sudbury Public Schools is looking for an engaging flute teacher to deliver high-quality music instruction through our after school private lesson program for band students in grades 5-8. The goal of the private lesson program is to support the elementary and middle school instrument music program. Lessons are scheduled after school on weekday afternoons at Curtis Middle School, starting around 3:15pm. Initial commitment is 1 day per week. Lessons will be scheduled directly with families prior to the start of each trimester. Bachelor's degree or higher in Music Education or Music Performance. Previous private teaching experience with beginning and intermediate instrumental music students required and primary instrument must be flute. Familiarity with appropriate beginning and intermediate level repertoire and teaching techniques required. Please send a one-page resume and cover letter to Mr. Kevin Donegan, Band Director, at kevin_donegan@sudbury.k12.ma.us.
NULL PT Sudbury Public Schools Sudbury MA Kevin Donegan kevin_donegan@sudbury.k12.ma.us 2021-09-02 2021-09-10
1622 Band Instrument Specialist/High School Band Director (Grades 4-12) NULL FT NULL Somerville Public Schools Somerville MA Beverly Mosby bmosby@k12.somerville.ma.us 2021-08-31 2021-10-01
1621 HS Colorguard Instructor The Acton-Boxborough Regional School District is seeking a colorguard instr... more
The Acton-Boxborough Regional School District is seeking a colorguard instructor for the remainder of the 2021 marching band season with the potential of winter guard activities if desired. Please contact George Arsenault, Director of Performing Arts to inquire or apply.
NULL PT Acton-Boxborough Acton MA George Arsenault GARSENAULT@ABSCHOOLS.ORG 2021-08-31 2021-09-17
1620 Middle School Chorus & General Music Teacher (Gr. 6 - 8) The Lynn Public Schools Music Department is seeking a dynamic & creative Ge... more
The Lynn Public Schools Music Department is seeking a dynamic & creative General Music & Chorus Teacher for Breed Middle School. Come join a team of 33 energetic and collaborative Music Educators, and work with one of our premier student ensembles. Official posting and application will soon be uploaded to the LPS Hiring Portal ( https://lynnschools.tedk12.com/Hire/index.aspx ). As we are eager to fill this position for the start of the school year, you may also send resume and licensure information directly to Ms. Julie Carroll, Assistant Curriculum Director of Music, at CARROLLJ@LYNNSCHOOLS.ORG
FT NULL Breed Middle School Lynn MA Julie Carroll, Assistant Director of Curriculum: Music carrollj@lynnschools.org 2021-08-30 2021-09-13
1619 Montpelier Community Gospel Choir Director MONTPELIER COMMUNITY GOSPEL CHOIR (MCGC) ARTISTIC DIRECTOR - JOB POST... more
MONTPELIER COMMUNITY GOSPEL CHOIR (MCGC) ARTISTIC DIRECTOR - JOB POSTING Job Posting: Montpelier Community Gospel Choir Artistic Director The MCGC is a non-denominational un-auditioned choir performing in the African-American gospel tradition. Our members hail from all over the central Vermont area and from many different faith (and non-faith) traditions. We are looking for an Artistic Director to lead the choir in its third decade of serving Central Vermont and beyond. Our new Artistic Director will be responsible for selecting repertoire, leading rehearsals, directing the band, and providing any necessary support material. The ideal candidate will have experience directing gospel choirs, working with inexperienced singers, and creating a sense of community and shared purpose. Qualifications Three to five years experience directing gospel choirs preferred Demonstrate and teach healthy vocal technique, especially Gospel/CCM Ability to differentiate instruction for all abilities Supports MCGC’s mission statements and core values Support diversity of thought, background, perspective, and spiritual focus About MCGC: The Montpelier Community Gospel Choir is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Moreover, as part of our commitment to equity, inclusion and justice, we actively seek to strengthen our organization by diversifying our staff. We encourage applications from diverse candidates, including people with disabilities, people who identify as LBGTQ+, and People of Color. Location: The MCGC is located in Montpelier, Vermont. Rehearsals are currently on Monday nights. Compensation: $12,000-$15,000 annually, depending on experience and scope. Application: Please send a letter of interest, resume, and three references to amy56c@gmail.com on or by October 1, 2021. Sharing the Hope, Joy, and Inspiration of African-American Gospel Music. Love In Harmony!
NULL PT NULL NULL NULL Amy Cavanagh amy56c@gmail.com 2021-08-30 2021-10-31
1618 ELEMENTARY GENERAL MUSIC TEACHER, 1.0 FTE - IMMEDIATE OPENING The Arlington Public Schools is seeking an outstanding elementary music edu... more
The Arlington Public Schools is seeking an outstanding elementary music educator (full-time) for the Peirce Elementary School. The successful candidate will demonstrate exceptionally strong skills as a music educator and musician. They will work collaboratively on a team of talented and dedicated school and Performing Arts Department faculty members. A strong background in the major elementary general music methodologies, singing, and elementary level repertoire and materials is essential. A working knowledge of or training in First Steps in Music and Conversational Solfege is desired. The successful candidate will exhibit dynamic interpersonal skills to motivate and engage students, and maintain and enhance enthusiastic participation in music making in a safe, supportive, and student-centered environment. Responsibilities of the position include teaching general music classes for students in grades K-5, and chorus for students in grade 4 and 5 . Arlington is located in the immediate metropolitan Boston area within close proximity to internationally acclaimed arts and cultural institutions, and major universities. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education licensure in Music PK-12 is required Requirements: At least 1 year of relevant experience preferred Bachelor degree (minimum) Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required MA DESE license Music PK-12 Apply here: https://arlington.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=369 Accepting applications until the position is filled. Contact Information: William Pappazisis, Director of Performing Arts 869 Massachusetts Avenue Arlington, Massachusetts 02476 Email: wpappazisis@arlington.k12.ma.us (preferred method of contact) The successful candidate will be hired as a teacher on the teacher's salary scale and will be a member of the Arlington Education Association, Unit A. The contractual start date is September 1, 2021. However, new teachers must attend several days of training and orientation at the end of August. All employees must have a criminal background check - CORI and Fingerprinting - prior to beginning work. "Arlington values diversity. We strongly encourage candidates of varied backgrounds, including people of color, persons with disabilities and others to apply." Equal Opportunity Employer Arlington Public Schools is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws.
FT NULL Peirce Elementary School Arlington MA William T. Pappazisis, Director of Performing Arts K-12 wpappazisis@arlington.k12.ma.us 2021-08-25 2021-09-24
1617 Teaching Assistant, Youth Choruses Handel and Haydn Society | Teaching Assistant, Youth Choruses Description... more
Handel and Haydn Society | Teaching Assistant, Youth Choruses Description: The Handel and Haydn Society Youth Choruses Teaching Assistant supports learning and vocal development of young singers in the rehearsals and musicianship classes of HHYC. This position is an opportunity to acquire professional experience with an established youth choral program in all areas of chorus organization and preparation while receiving active mentorship from leaders in the field. The Teaching Assistant is part of a team of part-time education faculty members, which includes conductors, musicianship teachers, collaborative pianists, teaching assistants, and school-based teaching artists. Reports to: Conductor, Chorus of Sopranos and Altos Responsibilities: • Support quality instruction in vocal pedagogy, musicianship, diction, and choral singing through leadership of warm-up’s, sectional rehearsals and musicianship classes, either online or in-person. This position may include leadership of the ensemble in performance, at the discretion of the conductor. • Maintain high-quality rehearsal and performance standards aligned with the organization’s core values of education, musical excellence, expression, and community. • Audition new students for HHYC ensembles in partnership with other members of the artistic staff. • Design and implement community-building activities. • Assist with logistical matters of the ensembles and classes, including tracking attendance, supporting music and performance attire distribution, and providing support to create an environment conducive to learning. • Provide operational and production support for the All-HHYC Winter and Spring Concerts. • Participate in faculty meetings and professional development as scheduled. • Be available to meet with Board members, donors, and funders and participate in events that maintain and cultivate interest in the Education Program. • Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: • A passion for sharing music with all people, in particular with children • Experience teaching voice in a choral setting or in private/small group lessons • Knowledge of vocal pedagogy, diverse musical styles including Baroque and Classical repertoire, and performance practice • Knowledge and understanding of varied teaching methodologies and the ability to differentiate instruction to meet the diverse needs of students of many ages, backgrounds, and ability levels. Experience with the Takadimi rhythm system, Gordon’s “Music Learning Theory” and the Kodály method is highly desirable • Collegiate study in music-related field; music education degree or equivalent experience preferred • Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to relate to and engage school-aged children with genuine warmth, creativity, and energy • Professionalism in all settings and excellent judgment • Pro-active approach, flexibility, and positive attitude • Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of students and their families • Fluency in Spanish, Cape Verdean, Vietnamese, Haitian, Mandarin, or another language spoken by new Bostonians is desirable • Authentic interest in advocacy for music education and the Handel and Haydn Society • Availability to work on Saturday mornings in Boston September – May is essential.
NULL PT Handel and Haydn Society Boston MA Penny Ouellette penny@handelandhaydn.org 2021-08-25 2021-09-18
1616 Early Childhood Music and Ukulele Teacher Faculty Opening - Early Childhood Music and Ukulele Teacher Position: Part ... more
Faculty Opening - Early Childhood Music and Ukulele Teacher Position: Part time (Thursdays and/or Saturdays - daytime) Pay: Commensurate with experience, hourly Location: Indian Hill Music, 36 King Street, Littleton, MA Start date: October 7, 2021 Indian Hill Music School, a community music school in Littleton, MA with a faculty of 70+ professional teaching artists, has an opening beginning in the fall of 2021 for one or more part-time Early Childhood Music and Ukulele Teachers to lead early childhood group classes on Thursday and/or Saturday mornings, plus an adult Ukulele Club on Thursday afternoons, beginning on October 7. We are seeking instructors for the following opportunities: THURSDAYS: - 10:00-10:45am - Music for Aardvarks. This class, based on the Music for Aardvarks songbook with a flexible curriculum of activities, is for children ages 1-4 and their caregivers. The class should incorporate singing, movement, and the use of both pitched and non-pitched instruments that are age-appropriate. - 11:00-11:30am - Drum Buddies. This program is a flexible class for young learners ages 4-6 that engages them in actively engaging percussion activities appropriate for their age level. SATURDAYS: 10:00-10:45am - Music for Aardvarks. 11:00-11:30am - Drum Buddies. Indian Hill Music faculty members are responsible for: 1) inspiring and sharing their love of music with their students; 2) setting a high bar for students’ levels of technical skill and musicality; 3) clearly communicating expectations and working toward shared goals; and 4) advocating for their students to engage in additional IHM programs to deepen their musical development and their commitment to their studies. Indian Hill offers many ancillary benefits to our faculty members, including a variety of paid professional performance opportunities and funding for professional development (by application). Regular weekly teaching throughout the school year is required, as is attendance at an annual September faculty meeting and the completion of occasional clerical tasks including reporting of hours taught for payroll purposes. Timeliness and reliability, as well as strong communication practices with both students/families and school staff, are essential. Qualifications: Candidates should have strong singing ability, ukulele proficiency, and early childhood teaching experience. How to apply: Please send your resume and any other supporting materials to Pete Robbins, Director of Education and Non-Orchestral Performance Programming, at probbins@indianhillmusic.org with “Early Childhood Music and Ukulele Teacher” listed in the subject line. --- About Indian Hill Music: Now in its 36th year, Indian Hill Music is one of only a few non-profit organizations in the U.S. that combines a community music school, diverse professional concert series, and high-impact music philanthropy. Serving some 79 communities in MA and Southern NH, our mission – to share the transformative power of music, through teaching and performing, and giving music generously when there is need – reflects the impact of music on people’s lives and its ability to strengthen, heal, and inspire. Looking to the future: Construction is well underway on our future world-class music education and performance center. Set on a stunning landscape in Groton, Massachusetts, the concert experience in our acoustically superb 1,000-seat concert hall and 300 seat performance hall will be second to none. We are excitedly anticipating our opening in late 2022, when we will bring you even more vibrant music experiences, designed to educate, energize, and enrich our communities. Learn more at www.indianhillmusic.org
NULL PT Indian Hill Music Littleton MA Pete Robbins probbins@indianhillmusic.org 2021-08-25 2021-09-10
1615 Bass Private Lesson Teacher (long-term substitute) The mission of the Instrumental and Vocal Extension Program of the Wellesle... more
The mission of the Instrumental and Vocal Extension Program of the Wellesley Public Schools is three-fold: To help students develop a life-long love of music and joyful confidence in music-making through high-quality instruction, to teach a body of core musical performance skills and techniques to a mastery level, through quality repertoire, and to prepare all students for entry into and successful participation in school ensembles, and to support continued participation in these from elementary through high school. Lessons are scheduled after school on weekday afternoons and evenings. All lessons must take place in Wellesley Public Schools' facilities. Commitment of 2-3 days per week, taking over a studio that was 6.75 hrs/week in the spring 2021; schedule will be determined directly with students prior to the start of the semester. If enrollment goes up WPS IVEP will consider renewing employment following the 2021-22 school year. Bachelor's degree or higher in Performance or Music Education. Previous studio teaching experience required. Primary instrument must be Classical Bass; jazz experience is a plus to work with Jazz ensemble members/interested students. Active professional performer preferred.
NULL PT Wellesley Public School Wellesley Ma Russell Wilson musiclessons@wellesleyps.org 2021-08-24 2021-09-09
1614 General Music, Percussion, and Dance Faculty (3) Several openings! Seeking general music, percussion, and dance faculty memb... more
Several openings! Seeking general music, percussion, and dance faculty members (separate roles) to provide instruction and educational arts experiences in a Greater Boston area school or community partner. Must be available during elementary school times, M-F 8:30-3:30 for students grades K - 5. Please see complete descriptions and application details at https://cmcb.org/about/employment-opportunities/
NULL PT Community Music Center of Boston Boston MA Christopher Perry jobs@cmcb.org 2021-08-23 2021-09-23
1613 Elementary Music Maternity Leave of Absence Full-Time maternity leave of absence, September - December 2021 Responsibl... more
Full-Time maternity leave of absence, September - December 2021 Responsible for K-5 general music, 3rd. gr. recorder, 4/5th gr. chorus, 4th gr. intro band lessons, 5th gr. band ensemble Apply online at www.newton.k12.ma.us Job # 3934
FT NULL Memorial-Spaulding Elementary Newton MA Richard King kingr@newton.k12.ma.us 2021-08-23 2021-09-15
1612 Instrumental Music Teacher- Elementary Beginning Band Director and small group instrumental lessons FT NULL North Street Elementary School Grafton MA Stephen Wiltshire, Principal wiltshires@grafton.k12.ma.us 2021-08-20 2021-08-25
1611 Elementary Music Teacher Elementary Music Teacher who will inspire, empower, and challenge our stude... more
Elementary Music Teacher who will inspire, empower, and challenge our students to pursue excellence in reaching their potential. Professional educators and community partners collaborate to ensure success at the highest level in a safe, student-centered environment. We are a community of life-long learners who value the individual while promoting integrity, courage, and the acceptance of differences. The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Minimum of Bachelors Degree and appropriate Massachusetts DESE license. Required criminal history background check and proof of US citizenship or legal resident alien status. Please use this link to apply: https://peabody.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx
FT NULL Peabody Public Schools Peabody MA Jon Simmons simmonsj@peabody.k12.ma.us 2021-08-20 2021-08-29
1610 Consultant to support Performing Arts' educators, PK-12 Medway Public Schools is seeking a consultant/professional partner to lead ... more
Medway Public Schools is seeking a consultant/professional partner to lead and facilitate our small PK-12 Performing Arts Department in their work to nurture and further develop a robust PK-12 Performing Arts Program. We celebrate the 6 educators who lead this department and are too small a district to have a dedicated department head. Looking to begin this partnership soon. Dates of importance are August 30, 32, January 18, March 11, and May 20 with other potential dates for visits and coaching of staff within district as able - flexible schedule to be developed in concert with district staff.
NULL PT Medway Public Schools Medway MA Gabby Abrams gabrams@medwayschools.org 2021-08-20 2021-10-01
1609 High School Musical Director Medway High School is seeking a director for their spring musical to stage ... more
Medway High School is seeking a director for their spring musical to stage the weekend of March 18j.
NULL PT Medway High School Medway MA Gabby Abrams gabrams@medwayschools.org 2021-08-20 2021-10-29
1608 Full Time High School Music Teacher The band/choral director teaches all music courses at the high school and d... more
The band/choral director teaches all music courses at the high school and directs all ensembles. They are also the point person for all school activities that require music including assemblies, ceremonies, and pep rallies. Specific teaching responsibilities include:
  • Directing the 40-50 member concert band and the 20-30 member concert choir.
  • Strong conducting and rehearsal techniques are essential, as is knowledge of techniques on all wind, brass, and percussion instruments, and voice.
  • Other courses to be taught include:
  • Music Theory I and II
  • Guitar I and II
  • General Music (called “Music In Our Lives”). Other responsibilities include:
  • Collaborating with the K-12 arts faculty to present an annual “District-wide Arts Fair” each March
  • Working with the middle school and 5th grade band directors on recruitment and retention strategies
  • Working with the music boosters association for fundraising efforts
  • Overseeing a group of after-school, private lesson instructors.
FT NULL Ayer Shirley Regional High School Ayer Massachusetts Spencer Christie, Principal schristie@asrd.org 2021-08-20 2021-08-27