Administrators, Teachers and Parents.....United We Stand, Divided We Fall!
- When all three elements are in agreement on what is best for our students, schools and communities experience a major victory for music and the arts. Hear from a panel that includes a principal, a teacher, a parent and a superintendent and get a look behind each of their eyes as to what is important and how they deal with the modern day discussion of rigor and relevance, assessment and communication.
Co-sponsored by AMP: The Association of Music Parents and Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
- Don Jaramillo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- 12/20/2013 02:00 PM - N/A
- Mr. Jaramillo has been in education for thirty-one years; currently the Principal at Etiwanda H.S. in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. His music teaching background includes twenty-one years at Etiwanda H.S., where his program gained a national reputation in all areas, earning honors as a finalist at BOA Grand National Championships, performances at the Montreux International Jazz Festival, a performance at the BOA National Concert Band Festival, and participation in the Tournament of Roses Parade. He has served as a guest Conductor and adjudicator in the areas of Concert, Jazz and Marching Bands throughout the U.S. He was presented the Honorary Life Award from the Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association (SCSBOA) in 2009 and has received the “Golden Bell Award” from the California State School Board Association. Mr. Jaramillo was awarded the “Sudler Shield of Merit” by the John Philip Sousa Foundation and currently serves as the President of the SCSBOA.