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  • Adams Elementary School ~ Home of the All Stars
    3029 N. Division St., Davenport, IA 52804
    School Phone # 563-723-6100     FAX # 563-445-5963

    Principal:  Laura Finn
    Secretary:     Michelle Korver
    Attendance: Sharita Lacy

     

     

  • Band and Orchestra

    5th and 6th graders, it’s time to signup for band! In this linked google document, you will find a band information sheet that will hopefully answer a lot of questions you might have about joining 5th/6th grade band. Once you have looked through the information, please fill out the band registration form. Once you have filled out the registration form, I will assign your child’s band lesson time.

    Here are the two forms again:

    Band Information – https://docs.google.com/document/d/13au7XIBu7FroW-isLFvKu2CKOr35bU3pmef6l3ETlaA/edit?usp=sharing

    Band Registration Form – https://forms.gle/c4n39Tw6R71FdNaE6

    If you have any questions, please fill out the form and then email me directly at: johnsonji@davenport.k12.ia.us
    I cannot wait to get all of my new 5th and 6th graders started!

    – Mrs. Johnson

    It’s time to sign up for Orchestra! If you are a 4th grade student or higher and you are interested in learning how to play one of the stringed instruments then this for you! Choices in the elementary school are violin, viola, or cello. The only cost is your instrument rental fee and purchasing a music book/accessories. Students will meet weekly for a lesson during the school day. Feel free to email me with any questions regarding orchestra! I look forward to making music with you soon! – Mrs. Blubaugh blubaughg@davenportschools.org

     
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    To sign up for orchestra –  Click here to fill out the google-form! 

    Colder weather tips.  Once the weather gets cold, it really is dangerous for your instruments (especially for the wood) to be exposed to the temperatures for very long.  (Never leave your instruments in the car or outside.  The cold weather can damage your instrument and this can lead to costly repairs and time away from playing.  Also, keep it away from direct heat and water. )