so why make them? (Ms. Howell’s 1st Grade)
Even on the first day back from Winter Break, this first grader from Ms. Lanier’s class was rip, roaring, and ready-to-go! Students created their own representation of the high-low-high-low melody in the song “Snail, Snail” – but she went a bit further….
The last day of school before Winter Holidays, we will have Pitner’s 1st “Winter Sing-Along”!!! The Pitner Chorus will be performing and some of our faculty will share their talents as well.
We’ll be watching and singing along with these videos in class to prepare us for the big day. If you would like practice at home, here are some videos of the songs we’ll be singing:
I hope you are making plans to attend PTSA’s “Dinner with Santa” this Friday evening. The Pitner Chorus will be performing from 6:00-6:25 on the cafeteria stage and we would love to see you there!
Ms. Scale’s 4th Grade class – doing a super job with no help from me!
Ms. Beimfohr’s 1st Grade loves Lucy Locket!
Every year Cobb County send home an envelope asking for a donation for our Performing Arts program. The money collected is used to fund the second grade field trip to a ballet and the fifth grade field trip to the Atlanta Symphony. It also comes back to the school to provide for Fine Arts performances here at Pitner.
This year, we were honored to have Jonathan Blanchard come help us take Red Ribbon Week and Anti-Bullying Month out with a bang. The program itself featured songs detailing the history of R&B, which went perfectly with the messages of respecting ourselves and others.
Not just the students, but the teachers, administrators, the custodians and even the cafeteria workers were enjoying the show!
I have been having a little bit of trouble getting videos to upload to my blog. (Which is embarrassing because I have already done it, and I can’t remember how I did it exactly….)
BUT – I have posted some videos of 4th and 5th grade on my Twitter feed. Look up @Pitnermusic and you just might see you or someone you know and love!
Ms. Rownd’s class did a super job adding a “Din Din Don” vocal ostinato to Frere Jacques!