Music Class Blog
Wonderful Performance through Zoom with Henry Wu and Nathan Wu!Posted by Karen Reed on 6/9/2020
Virtual “Back to BACH” Music Presentation for Hiawatha! Monday, June 8 at 10:00Posted by Karen Reed on 6/3/2020
We Shall Not Be MovedPosted by Karen Reed on 6/2/2020
Check out these great musical websites from Lincoln CenterPosted by Karen Reed on 6/1/2020
These Green MountainsPosted by Karen Reed on 6/1/2020
"Mortimer" by Robert MunschPosted by Karen Reed on 5/29/2020
Wonderful Musical Opportunity for our Students to Watch/Participate in a Brass Concert for Kids!Posted by Karen Reed on 5/28/2020
Memorial Day SongsPosted by Karen Reed on 5/21/2020 1:00:00 PM
"Bluebird, Bluebird" singing gamePosted by Karen Reed on 5/15/2020 2:00:00 PM
Take a Listening Walk and listen to "Nature's Orchestra"Posted by Karen Reed on 5/15/2020 1:00:00 PM
Welcome to Music Class!
Phone: 802-857-7000 x.4237
Degrees and Certifications:
I am Karen Reed and I have been teaching music at Hiawatha for over 30 years! I think children's voices are the most beautiful sound in the world. I love seeing the children grow and learn to appreciate the beauty and power of music in their lives.
I live in Williston, just down the road from where I grew up, with my husband, Rick, our cat and dog. We have 3 grown children and we love spending time with them, Besides music (playing piano, flute, accompanying musicians, being a church musician, and listening to music), I love to be active and outside. I regularly swim, run and take lots of walks with my dog, Libby.
I love teaching music to children and can't imagine doing anything else!
What we do here
Welcome to Ms. Reed's class!
Music classes are full of a variety of musical activities and the students do a great job exploring their voices, singing songs, playing singing games, doing rhythm work, playing instruments and learning ear training skills.
It is a joy to work with the children of Hiawatha School and help them grow as musical people! Please feel free to contact me at any time if you have any questions.
Plato said, "I will teach the children music, physics and philosophy, but music is the most important because in the pattern of the arts is the key to all learning."