Studies have linked active music making with better language and math ability, improved school grades, better adjusted social behavior and improvements in spatial-temporal reasoning.
- American Music Conference, 2001


Corron students come to music class once a week for 30 minutes. Students participate in a variety of activities including singing, movement, playing instruments, learning rhythmic and melodic notation, and listening to various styles of music. Every grade level presents a music program each year. These programs are a great way to build confidence and self-esteem in our students.

Why Music?
There is a direct correlation between improved SAT scores and the length of time spent studying the arts. College-bound seniors who have had school music experience scored 52 points higher on the verbal portion of their SATs and 37 points higher in math (89 points combined) than those without arts instruction.

Online Fun with Music
Students often ask Mrs. Simon about the fun songs we sign in music class. many of these songs, as well as fun music activities for children, can be found at the Music K-8 KidTunes website. Students will also enjoy the other music links provided. too!