Promoting Music in the San Jacinto Community

San jacinto valley academy

Music Information

ABOUT OUR PROGRAM

The San Jacinto Valley Academy music program is comprised of both during school, for credit music classes, and after school co-curricular music classes. San Jacinto Valley Academy offers instrumental music, choir and musical theater, and band to all students in a K-12 setting. All of the music programs at San Jacinto Valley Academy are free to students, and instruments are often provided. The for-credit portion of the San Jacinto Valley Academy Music Program consists of band, choir, and elementary music. The co-curricular, after-school portion of the San Jacinto Valley Academy Music Program consists of guitar, strings, piano, choir, and musical theater.

The San Jacinto Valley Academy Music Program achieves the Expected Schoolwide Learning Results through a well-rounded and enriching approach to music education. Students learn to become Effective Communicators through performance based ensembles which focus on collaboration with teachers and peers in order to achieve common goals. In interacting with instruments, instrument accessories, and learning music through online resources, students further develop the skills necessary to be Effective Users of Technology. Students work with audio technology and recording through live performances and in class recording sessions to communicate musical concepts with Clarity and Precision. Students learn to become Self-Motivated Lifelong Learners by developing a passion for music, and acquiring the necessary skills required to apply past knowledge to new situations. Throughout their music education, San Jacinto Valley Academy students are taught to think flexibly and take responsible risks while exploring new and unknown musical techniques, concepts, and genres. Students further develop as Contributing Members of Society by Responding to music education with Wonderment and Awe, and by Creating, Imagining, and Innovating through music performance and composition.


Schedules, Concert Dates, and Information

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WINTER 2018 – MUSIC CONCERTS

MSJC THEATER
(1499 N State St, San Jacinto, CA 92583 – Building 1500)

DIAMOND VALLEY ARTS CENTER
(123 N Harvard St, Hemet, CA 92543)


Musical Theater Performances

Instrumental and Vocal Performances

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After School Music Pick-Up Procedure - Behavioral Policy - Attendance Policy


Pick-Up Procedure: 
Students must be picked up at their classroom; please arrive five (5) minutes prior to the end of class. All students must be signed out by a parent or legal guardian when picked up. There will be a ten (10) minute period in which all students must be picked up. If a student is picked up late they will be marked with a late pick-up. Students are allowed two (2) late pick-ups before being dropped from the class, without exceptions. Please see the after-school music class schedule for the location and times of all music classes. 

Behavioral Policy: 
All students attending after school music classes must be in good academic standing at SJVA. Students are required to participate in class in a respectful and attentive manner. Students must respect themselves, others, the teacher, the classroom, and the instruments. Failure to follow classroom rules will result in a warning and the student's parents will be contacted. If behavioral problems persist the student will be dropped from the class at the discretion of the teacher and leadership. 

Attendance Policy: 
Students must attend all class meetings and are allotted three (3) absences before being dropped from the class and removed from the roster. Absences can be made up with supplemental material provided by the music teacher. All absent make-up work must be completed by the student and signed off by a parent or guardian. Parents and guardians will be notified via email or phone of their student's absences at the end of each week.