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The King Music Department Not a Sour Note! Music is very educational. It is hard because you have to practice a lot and get up early in the morn- ing to get to class. The teacher ' s name is Mr. Hamilton. We meet in room A1 at 7:55 A.M. every morn- ing and practice until 8:30. The reason we practice is so we will be good at concerts. At concerts a lot of people get nervous but they get over it and usually play well. The winter concert was at Berkeley High. The Symphonic band also played at the Martin Luther King Awards program. The symphonic band learns how to play jazz, marches and other music. Nank McPhall Time out for a trumpet solo The Symphonic band played for the Martin Luther King Awards night. 52
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Art — More Than Stick Figures Art IS important. It ' s important to ttie students ' education because it helps give ttiem ttie broadest possible education. It IS a subiect that is different from Math, English, and Science. This means we use a different part of our brain The students draw, both abstractly and realistically. They work with clay, and construct three-dimensional art. They make many kinds of art. Mrs. Lokken says, " Art is a way of making the invisible visible " Art helps build up our creativity, which is very useful all our lives. ■you may think that Art is a class you take |ust to pass, but It ' s really hard work! You can ' t just scnbble something on a piece of paper and expeci an A " , It takes time and patience. Even if you are not as talented as others, you could still try, work hard, and pass. Layout by Siri Skelton Creating new worlds A shoe is a good subject More shoes!. Ms Lokken is pointing out something to Terri about ART Everyone likes to draw outside Drawing requires concentration 54
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