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Drum2Change
Students in the Drum2Change program perform in a group called “Roots of Rhythm.” This program, based on the World Music Drumming curriculum, aligns lessons with the national education standards for music. Engaging in music fosters teamwork, responsibility, goal setting, and improves focus.
Guests:
  • Janessa JacksonStudentHawthorne Elementary School
  • Aaron FabianStudentHawthorne Elementary School
  • Leo CastroStudentHawthorne Elementary School
  • Dawn AshtonMusic TeacherDrum2Change and Roots of Rhythm Director
  • Jorge BenitezFive Star Life
  • Seth MaustFive Star Life
  • Kameli EslickFive Star Life
Date uploaded: November 30, 2016
Organization: Drum2Change
City: Elkhart, IN

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