We have #flipband. Others a flipped or blended classroom. We practice and get one on one mini lessons. Others get individual tutoring or work in groups as the lessons and material suits them. We’re all ends of the same spectrum and we’re achieving our goals without daily lectures or traditional practice or homework. According to the … Continue reading
Category Archives: High School
2014-2015 Crusader Marching Band Officers
Please welcome and congratulate our 2014-2015 Crusader Marching Band Officers! Continue reading
Springpad To Shutdown, Effective June 25th
The folks at Springpad were unable to secure more permanent funding and have closed their doors. As of June 25th, all data will be unavailable, apps will stop working, and the website will be shutdown. Any students with Springpad accounts have two options for backing up data. Please visit your Springpad accounts to learn more. … Continue reading
Origami? Meet Crane.
The tongue and cheek title (see ) is the product of an idea in the Croatian city of Pula to transform shipyard cranes into illuminated origami dancers. For more information on the project, go to goo.gl/9gvCxE. Otherwise, enjoy the light show: Continue reading
Audition Results: 2014-2015 Concert Choir Personnel
The following list of personnel includes current members of the Concert Choir as well as those who successfully auditioned over the past two days or were recommended as entering freshmen by Mrs. Seigel. While not everyone can be a member of the choir, scores were close enough that another year of Chorus will be sufficient … Continue reading
Music, Meet Robotics!
Students of the Robotics Club at Johns Hopkins University setup sensors along one of the most popular staircases on campus. The result? A bit of fun for walkers of the staircase. Some passersby walk on none the wiser while others take time to experiment and enjoy the musical experience. Interested in robotics? The Johns Hopkins … Continue reading
Dr. Gravenor, Superintendent, Honored by NJ Music Educators Association
This press release was submitted for publication to local newspapers, and so far has been picked up by the Courier Post. March 7, 2014 At the recent annual gathering of music educators for the New Jersey Music Educator’s Conference, Delsea Regional School District’s Superintendent, Dr. Piera Gravenor, was honored with a School Administrator Award for … Continue reading
Feel Like Makey Makey Some Music?
This is what happens when brilliant minds remember that sometimes simple is fun! For more on Makey Makey, check out makeymakey.com. Have a MaKey idea? Share it and it might just come to life! Submit your ideas to email@example.com or Tweet them using #DelseaMaKey and you just might win your own MaKey MaKey! Continue reading
Who Has 32 Fingers, 8 Thumbs, and a Piano?!
The Piano Guys! If you haven’t heard, The Piano Guys have a little something special this holiday season! In a video that has gone viral both on YouTube and Facebook, The Piano Guys prepared Angels We Have Heard On High for one piano and four players (that’s 8 sets of hands!). Check out how they put all of … Continue reading
What Do the Air Force, a Museum, and a Flash Mob Have in Common?
On December 3, 2013, the United States Air Force Band, stationed in Washington, D.C., gave an outstanding flash mob performance at the National Air and Space Museum. Starting with the notes of just a single cellist playing Bach’s Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring, the rest of the ensemble, including members of the famous Air Force Singing … Continue reading