NHS music program back in full force following scheduling change

NORWICH – Formed in late May by a group of parents, students and educators concerned with scheduling changes within the Norwich City School District for the 2011-2012 school year – and the effect on the high school’s music program – the Norwich Music and Arts Advocacy Group received some good news Monday morning.



According to NHS Choir Director Mary Mayo, a solution has been reached that will allow students to attend choir, orchestra and band as in previous years, with no overlap in scheduling. At the start of the year, many students were forced to choose one program over another – or miss a significant portion of rehearsal time – a disadvantage parents, teachers and students alike continued to bring up at Board of Education meetings over the past three months.


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