Mrs. Fenn has a masters in Music Education from Anderson University and a Bachelor's Degree in P-12 Music Education with an emphasis in elementary and choral teaching. She has experience in public school settings as well as homeschool choirs, and has founded and directed community children's choirs. Choirs under her leadership consistently received Superior and Excellent ratings in both ensemble & sight reading assessments at LGPE. Mrs. Fenn is dedicated to nurturing children to love music and be lifelong patrons of the arts.
Mrs. Fenn will teach the Treble Choir, Concert Choir and Chorale for 2018-19
Jackie Gray graduated from West Georgia College with a degree in Piano Performance/Pedagogy and received a certification in First Steps in Music by John Fiereband. She has been involved in church music since high school, and has been the pianist and praise team leader in multiple churches. She has homeschooled her four children, three of whom are currently in college.
Mrs. Gray will teach the Tuneful Tots and Mini-Musicians in collaboration with Hannah Dubuc.
Rolando Fernandez graduated with a music degree from Young Harris College and acquired a Master of Music in Trumpet Performance from Mercer University. He sang tenor in various vocal ensembles and has performed in multiple instrumental ensembles from big band style to orchestral music and currently plays with the Enotah Brass Quintet. This year he is also helping with the Creekland Middle School and High School Marching Bands.
Mr. Fernandez will instruct the Advanced Band.
Tracy Woodall has a Bachelor of Music Education and Master of Music from Reinhardt University. She has taught kindergarten through 5th grade music concepts and has worked with both middle school and beginning bands as well as sectionals. She is skilled at Solfege singing and instructs students in flute and ukulele. She is an active member of Symphony on the Square in Marietta.
Mrs. Woodall will teach Prep classes, Beginner Band, and Intermediate Band.
Hannah Dubuc graduated with a B.A. in Music from Thomas Edison State University. Her primary performance instruments are piano and violin. Currently she runs a private music studio, offering lessons to students in Cherokee County, and is a member of the Music Teacher’s National Association. Hannah has been actively involved in serving churches for 13 years with piano, violin, and voice. She has played for Reinhardt’s Symphony Orchestra, and is now performing with First Baptist Atlanta’s Orchestra.
Ms. Dubuc will teach Tuneful Tots and Mini-Musicians in collaboration with Mrs. Gray.