THANK YOU KIWANIS OF THE VALLEYS!

Another incredible check from Kiwanis of the Valleys to fund the music education program at Scotts Valley Unified. We couldn’t do it without you!

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2018 WINTER CONCERTS

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Scotts Valley Unified School District Receives the NAMM Foundation “Best Communities for Music Education” Award 2017!

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Students are interviewed about their experience recording on the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus.

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Santa Cruz County Supervisor Bruce McPherson comes out to show support for music in our schools at the NAMM Foundation SupportMusic Coalition at Scotts Valley High School.

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Lennon Bus video release of SVHS Music Production students. Original song written in class recorded.

Choir students perform their own production of “The Salon” for Cabaret Night. This is what happens when you put Grease and Hairspray together!

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Winning YouTube Video for Lennon Bus.

Members of SVHS Band perform at the Santa Cruz Warriors Game to help raise funds for the sports complex!

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Scotts Valley High ROP Music Production and Recording Arts Students get a visit from the John Lennon Educational Bus!

Students were able to record an original song written in class on the John Lennon Bus February 22nd.  Following the bus visit the NAMM Foundation held a SupportMusic Community Forum at the high school. Students, teachers, administrators and community leaders served on the panels. Santa Cruz County Superintendent of Schools, Michael Watkins, opened up the event moderated by Mary Luehrsen, Executive Director of the NAMM Foundation.  Closing the event were proclamations given to the John Lennon Foundation and the NAMM Foundation by County Supervisor, Bruce McPherson.

We all hope that the state will see the value and importance of music in our schools and designate funding for music education!