Salvation Army Offers School Of Music And Arts

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

The Salvation Army is offering their School of Music and Arts.  Officials said statistics have found learning to play music provides discipline, builds self-esteem, increases confidence and encourages leadership which all leads to children performing better in school.   

For $50 a semester, The Salvation Army is providing professionally taught music and art instruction classes on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. beginning Aug. 20.

Instruction takes place over two semesters corresponding to the school year. Students take a major class depending on school grade and select two of four elective classes. The major class for Grades 3-5 is General Music Introduction and Recorder. The Grade 6-12 major class is Brass Band. Elective classes include Guitar, Percussion, Piano and Art. Art classes cover a wide range and variety of media.

Call 499-0216 or visit csarmy.org before Aug. 20 to enroll a child.



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