May 31, 2012

Spring Forth The Arts!

Filed under: Uncategorized — migueltio @ 12:14 am

A springtime to bring

out the best in each

student, the best in

each program and to

show examples of development

through effort and hard work.


My son and my

daughters in bands in

orchestras, in dance

ensembles showing their

progress in spring

recitals of excellence.


My collegiate classmates

my present co-workers

bring their students to

a level of achievement and

a level of pride in

all they experience.


Art exhibits accompanying

concerts, in the

school hallways and

cafeterias, show a

beauty of the visual

student expressive achievement.


Dance instructors showing

the product on stage

they have been developing

all year to put forth

from every student of

every level of movement.


My own students making

musical sounds that

not long ago were not as

nice as they are now in

 order to get ready for

one more festival trip.







  1. Just where did u actually get the concepts to publish ““Spring Forth The Arts!
    migueltio”? Thanks a lot ,Rico

    Comment by http://yahoo.com — February 10, 2013 @ 1:01 pm

    • Every spring the 2 school districts in my area; 1. the one I teach in, and 2. the one my children attend, put on “Spring Festivals of The Arts” that showcase their musical talents in their final concert of the year, and also visual talents by having art displays out in the halls, and the nearby cafeteria for people to view after the concert is over. Plus, each spring my 2 daughters participate in a season ending dance recital with their dance company, my one plays with a violin ensemble, and my own band goes on a day trip to play at a festival as well. Hope this all helps.

      Comment by migueltio — February 12, 2013 @ 11:25 am

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