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Please take note of this year’s Jr/Sr


schedule: Saturday, December 7 – Rehearsal @ Lenape HS - 1:30-5:30 pm


Saturday, December 14 – Rehearsal @ Lenape HS - 1:30 – 5:30 pm (SNOW DATE)


Saturday, January 4 –Rehearsal@ Lenape HS - 9:00 – 1:00 pm Thursday, January 9 – Rehearsal @ Rowan University - 9:00 – 1:30 pm


Friday, January 17 – Rehearsal @ Lenape HS - 5:30 – 9:30 pm


Saturday, January 18 – Rehearsal @ Lenape HS - 9:00 – 1:30 pm (SNOW DATE)


Friday, January 24 – Rehearsal @ Eastern HS - 6:00 – 9:30 pm


Saturday, January 25 – Concert @ Eastern HS - 8:00 PM (Call 7:00 pm)


Sunday, January 26 – Concert @ Eastern HS - 3:00 PM (Call 2:00 pm)


Monday, January 27 – Concert @ Eastern HS - 8:00 PM (Call 7:00 pm) (SNOW DATE)


The SJCDA Executive Board looks


forward to another exciting year working with teachers and students of vocal mu- sic throughout South Jersey. Anyone with questions regarding our organization can contact Board members through our web- site, www.sjcda.net. William Yerkes, President


South Jersey Choral Directors Association


The Many Benefits of Music Education— Tips to Share with Parents


Here are some ways parents can assist their child’s school music educators:


Study the ways that music education develops creativity, instills disciplined work habits, and statistically correlates with gains in standardized test scores.


Speak with your local school board.


Be in touch with local music teachers on a regular basis. Offer to help out.


Take part in your school’s music booster organization.


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