Mrs. Ogletree’s Pre-K class joined Mrs. McCord’s fifth grade class for a sing-along in music. Our fifth grade students were able to demonstrate a real-world application for ukulele playing and our Pre-K students were able to learn from the musicianship of our upper level students.
First graders from Ms. Wright’s homeroom participate in their first folk dance, a modified reel we’re calling “The First Grade Reel.”
Mrs. Gilliam’s class performs xylophone exploration to the book “Mortimer.” Kindergarten is all about EXPERIENCES, and here, students are exploring the sounds xylophone makes, how to operate mallets, finding high and low on an instrument and with their voices, finding a particular letter name (G) and playing that letter with a steady beat, exploring timbre […]
DES 3rd graders are composing! They combined winter composition prompts and worked in group to make a body percussion piece. After perfecting and performing with body percussion, they added pentatonic pitches to create a composition. Two 3rd grade students from Ms. Newsome’s class show off their progress as they learn to play the piece they […]
DES Show Choir performance of Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious at the inaugural Augusta University Invitational Elementary Music Showcase
The DES Show Choir performed at the inaugural Augusta University Elementary Music Showcase on March 27, 2019. Selection #1: Be Our Guest.
Ms. Dill’s kindergarten class performs a steady beat while singing “Rain Rain Go Away,” their first xylophone experience!
Students in Ms. Wright’s 1st grade homeroom perform an arrangement of Monkey Moo using items from our district’s stART grant.