Well, it think it's safe to say we are batting a thousand when we work together at Schoharie Elementary School. I always seem to walk away with a hit song on my recording device, conceived and written by some very creative elementary students. That's MY kind of school!!
I've been yelled at by several people close to me for not mentioning this, but I didn't want to come off as "patting myself on the back." I am really proud of it, and humbled by it, so I guess it's time. Please excuse me for bragging….
I really believe that if you want to learn any instrument, you should learn drumming first. It was my first instrument and it really helped me play the piano. This guy will show you the right way though.
Spreading patriotism throughout the Capital Region - that's what we do here at Townsquare Media in association with the Reading, Writing and Rhyming Tour. Proud to be involved. This time it's the kids from Gardiner Dickenson School in Wynantskill
They are thinking of possibly closing a great little institution of "lower" learning (lower grade level, that is) - Birchwood Elementary. Do the local Nisky-ites agree? Read the story or zip down to the bottom of the article and take the 2 second poll!
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