Preschool And High School Students Making Perfect Music Together

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CLARK — Under the direction of Arthur L. Johnson High School music teacher Rachel Bollaro, members of the high school music department visited the Clark Preschool on Thursday, March 31.

With music being such an important component of the preschool curriculum, this vocal workshop was a great opportunity not only for the three-and four-year-olds, but also for the high students, as they are able to give back to their community.  The high school students taught the youngsters about notes and harmony.  Together they practiced and even developed a short music and movement piece.

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The preschool students were also treated to several beautiful vocal selections sung by the high school students.

Members of the ALJ chorus perform for the Clark Preschool students.

Ms. Barrett’s preschool class poses with members of the ALJ TriM Music Honor Society

The preschool students sing and perform under the guidance of ALJ High School students

(Photos courtesy of Clark Public Schools)


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