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CSMTA LOCAL ASSOCIATION END OF YEAR REPORT Form # 8
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YOU MUST BE ONLINE TO COMPLETE THIS FORM. RESPONSES WILL BE SAVED AUTOMATICALLY
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Each Local Association President is required to complete an annual report. The information provided will be
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used to determine the annual CSMTA Local Association of the Year Award, which will be presented a the
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Local Association Luncheon during the CSMTA Conference. The association chosen as CSMTA Local
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Association of the Year will be eligible to submit an application to MTNA for the National Association of the
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Year, which offers a cash award.
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Please complete your association report on or before May 1
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Gabrielle Dugan CSMTA VP Local Associations
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Local Association Name:Foothills MTANumber of Members:91Number of Certified members:12
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Person completing this form:Elaine Van DellenE-Mail:elainevandellen75@gmail.com
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The following topics are listed as suggested topics. They may not all apply to your group.
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I. HIGHLIGHTS OF LOCAL ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES:
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A. STUDENT ACTIVITIES:
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1. Performances (List festivals, brief description, # of students participating, # of teacher participating.)
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DateEvent Name# of Teachers#Students
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A11.5.2016Achievement Day18147
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D18 w/students plus 5 teachers who volunteered without students and 3 student (high school) helpers147 - including 15 cello students, 8 guitar students, and several secondary flute students
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H1.28.2017WinterFest "Matinee at the Movies"1248
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IA professional bassist and drummer rehearsed each student's piece for 10 minutes. Two recitals (morning and afternoon) were presented the same day. Flute, piano, and vocal students participated. The students loved playing with a 'live band' and the combo added an entertaining element for the audience as well. Hugely successful.
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2. Scholarships
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Type# of RecipientsExplanation
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ACollege music education major at Colorado Mesa State ($1,000) continuing music minor in Hastings, Nebraska ($300)2Students who have participated in FMTA activities and will be a music major or minor in college
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3. Workshops
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DateWorkshop Type# of Teachers# of Students
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A11.16.2016Master Class2 entered piano students3
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B3 brand new members; 5 veteran0
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4. Outreach
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DateType of Event# of Teachers# of Students
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A12.9-11.2016Barnes & Noble Holiday Music. Teachers signed up for 1/2 - 1 hour slots and their students played for shoppers the entire weekend.27340
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C8.26.2016Wheat Ridge Farmer's Market712
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5. Performances at Coffeehouses or Senior Centers?
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DateType of Event# of Teachers# of Students
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12.2016 and 2.2017One hour recitals at Sunrise Assisted Living Center for residents and parents of students.Total: 4 for both programsDecember recital featured 10 guitar students. February recital featured 3 student and 3 adult students including piano solos, piano duets, violin and flute solos.
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B. TEACHER GROWTH ACTIVITIES
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1. Workshops/monthly meeting programs (Please List Monthly Programs)
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DatesType of EventTitle of Program
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A8.17.2016Monthly meeting kick offRound Table discussion of Studio Policies followed by luncheon
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B9.21.2016General meetingAlexander Technique by Michelle Brake
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C10.19.2016" "Adjudication, "You Be The Judge" by Nancy Kaesler NCTM
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D11.16.2016" "Master Class with Adam Zukiewicz, Assoc. Prof of piano at UNC
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E1.18.2017" ""Healthy Lifestyle, Healthy Teaching" by Hazel Ramsbotham NCTM
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F2.15.2017" "Preparing students for Auditions and Competitions by Drs. Andrew Cooperstock and Jennifer Hayghe, both from CU Boulder
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G3.15, 2017Board meeting - mid year evaluationOfficers and Committee Chairs - 10 were in attendance
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H4.19.2017" ""How to Run a Summer Music Camp" by Arlyce Black and Davina Parret
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I5.17.2017" "Breakfast, installation of new officers and teacher musicale (recital)
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2. Special Services to/for Teachers
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Do you have teacher grants available?
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3. TechnologyDo you encourage your teachers to work with technology?
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Yes! Addressed the need for teachers to include a photo release on their individual studio policies and encourage all teachers to develop/upgrade their studio websites.
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4. Professional reading Education program (PREP) Group:
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Does your local association have a PREP study group? If yes, what is the format?
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Yes.  This year we met three times for discussion of the PRP books.  Readers from the Columbine and Denver MTAs were invited to participate.
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5. Teacher Awards (do you have awards for your own members Or have you selected a CSMTA Teacher of the Year?)
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C. COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT (activities with other groups; music advocacy, etc.)
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1. Music Advocacy (anything your group does to raise awareness of music programs)
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Announce upcoming concerts and workshops in our monthly newsletter, which is available on our website. Also 12 students from 5 FMTA teacher's studios performed at an indoor Farmers Market in Wheat Ridge last August. We are playing there again this summer. Our Community Outreach Chair is looking for other venues that we could serve by performing and promoting music lessons.
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2. Community Service (food drives, students perform at mall, meetings open to public)
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Donations to local music organizations Etc. This may be the same as some of your answers above.
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FMTA donates to MTNA foundation fund.
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