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Happy New Year everyone!

Our residency programs resume beginning the week of January 9th which can only mean one thing… Happy Students!

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Check out this fascinating connection between mathematics & music as we continue celebrating music in our schools month.

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mshotMarch is music in our schools month. Now is the time to book your special Incredible School Assembly (Presented by One World Rhythm). For more information about this national campaign, please visit:

http://www.nafme.org/programs/miosm/

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Red Ribbon Week 2015

owr300The National Family Partnership (NFP), formerly known as the National Federation of Parents for Drug Free Youth, was created in 1980 by parents across America in response to the rising level of youth drug use. The Partnership also assists in forming parent groups in all 50 States by providing education to parents about the health risks of drug use. Nancy Reagan was founding and honorary Chair of the National Family Partnership.
Red ribbon week (Oct. 23rd – Oct 31st) is an opportunity to promote positive life choices. This year’s theme “Respect Yourself. Be Drug Free” is the message being delivered by our schools.

We look forward to working with the schools who are having us out to help promote this important message.

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Here is an interesting video on new research that shows how your brain reacts to playing a musical instrument. One more reason to have music in our schools. Have you scheduled a school music assembly yet? If not what are you waiting for? Let’s get your kids playing music. Contact us today.

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Why Music?


Join us this March in celebrating Music In Our Schools month. The science is in. Music has a proven impact in stimulating areas of the brain that build neuro pathways that help facilitate greater comprehension and learning. If we are to succeed as a society, we need 21st century teaching that should include greater opportunity for music and other arts in our schools.

Happy Easter

On Behalf of All of Us At One World Rhythm

H A P P Y   E A S T E R

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If your PTA is planning a creative Arts Program for students in 2012, the National PTA provides up to $1,000 in matching funds for PTA sponored Arts Programs facilitating sustained movement in the arts that target at-risk students.  This is a great opportunity to bring music or other arts to your school.  One World Rhythm will work with your school should you wish to pursue this grant money.  We have materials that we can send your school that will lead up to a One World Rhythm assembly or family night.

 

For the online application and to learn more, go to: http://2012-2013marylouandersonreflectionsgrant.questionpro.com/

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We recently had a visit with students at Juniper Elementary School who rocked the house with rhythm.  Special thanks to Ms. Joanne Iavello and her 1st grade students who sent us some wonderful thank you notes with hand drawn pictures depicting the action.  Here are a couple of our favorites below:

 

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Isabella - Student at Madison Elementary School

Student Rendering of an Incredible School Assembly

Thanks again for coming out and for showing the kids such a good time. It was definitely an experience none of us will soon forget! The shining moment for me was watching the kids faces light up when they realized not only a select few will be able to play instruments but EVERYONE would! That was all worth it to me.

My best to you for a prosperous year.
Melissa Stewart
VP of Programs, 2011-2012
Madison Elementary PTA

[editors note] Thank you for sharing your feedback and student drawing…incredibly awesome!

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