Music students score well

Fifty-eight piano students in Enumclaw took a written music theory test March 19, 20 and 21 in conjunction with the annual adjudications of the Enumclaw Music Teachers Association.

  • Tuesday, April 7, 2009 3:21pm
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Fifty-eight piano students in Enumclaw took a written music theory test March 19, 20 and 21 in conjunction with the annual adjudications of the Enumclaw Music Teachers Association.

When the tests were scored, 26 students had scored 94 percent or better and will receive a seal on their certificates and be announced in the Washington Music Teachers Association newsletter.

Teachers participating and their 94 percent and better students are as follows:

Shala Gunnells with students, Benjamin Bozich, Danika Seabrands, Haley Unger and Taylor Unger; Luanne Kauppila with students Connor Holtz, Naomi Englehart and Joel Mott; Bonnie McLarty and students Carson Fletcher, Braeden Jacobson, Madisen Kirby, Elly Mingawa and Estella Kim; Barb Shane and students Sammy Graham, Marie Deady and Jessica Gibson; Kathy Taylor and students Jacob Revell, Clara Hanson and Rachel Revell; Angela Wentz and students Maya Arigala, Johnna Coughlin, Rachel Leeper, Chase Llewellyn, River McNabb, Savannah McNabb and Jordyn Price; and Julia Wentz and student Addy Nunn.


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