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MRS. U. J. HUGHES
lt has for a long time been customary in Gallon
High School to give a credit unit for satisfactory parti-
cipation in high school musical activities. ln the fall
ol' 1920, with the opening of the school, a plan was in-
augurated which extended the range of music credits.
Students ol' the school who are also studying music
outside of school hours in the form of private lessons,
necessarily spend time in practicing much the same as
they spend time in preparing their recitations for the
regular school routine. With this in view, it is only fair
that they should be allowed credit for their work along
It was our own Mr. Deetz who suggested the pres-
ent plan, which, while not new in many schools, was
entirely novel in Gallon, and which has proved a de-
cided step forward for our High School.
'I'he extension plan in operation provides for the
giving of private lessons at the High School building
during school hours. thus showing its first advantage,
that ol' time-saving. Each school period includes a test
consisting ol' playing at least. one new selection before
the private teacher and the principal, and sometimes
in the presence of interested parents and friends. Each
student is graded under various phases of the music
which he is studying, such as tone, interpretation, po-
sition, cleanness, and memory. Here we have the second
advantage plainly before us: namely that placing the
study of music on the same basis of importance and
grading with the regular school studies results in more
conscientious work from the student, and a greater co-
operation between the special and the regular teachers.
A department of Music History and Harmony was
also established, with Mrs. C. J. Hughes as supervisor.
Along the same principle, classes in expression are
being conducted by Mrs. Loren Beck. At the end of each
year, a commencement. recital is given by the students
of music and of expression.
The school authorities are to be commended for
their ctroperation in this project, while the school itself
is to be congratulated upon supporting such a worthy
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