Renie Gibson

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Renie Gibson

Hello!
 
We are headed into concert season and the kiddos are working hard and getting excited.  First up is a musical rendition of the story "Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak that the second and third grade classes. Next, the fifth graders will be presenting a folk art concert inspired by my first trip to the Montana Folk Festival in Butte last summer.  You will experience singing, dancing, art and storytelling from countries around the world.  At the end of March, the Kinders and first graders, having finished their science unit on weather, will present an integrated arts concert on the weather.   Finally, wrapping up the year, the fourth graders will again present an Orff-based musical based on a folktale.  These performances are an opportunity for you to see the work we do and the skills we learn in class everyday.  Please click on the Music Skills Reports and Concerts tab for details about when and where your child's concert is.   Also please click on the grade level tab to find resources that your child may need to practice at home and information for parents regarding what to wear. 
 
If you have other ideas about what you'd like to see on my page, I'm just getting started.  I'd love your input. 
 
Cheers.
 
 
Email — rhgibson@mcps.k12.mt.us
 
Phone — 406.728.2400  ext. 4741
 
Degrees and Certification — Bachelor of Music Education: Certification K-12 Band/Orchestra/Choir 
                                         Master of Fine Arts: Integrated Arts

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