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Alanson and Pellston Public Schools
Class:
Beginning Strings, M/W, 11:10-11:50, Pellston Elementary Schools, taught by Chas Helge


Beaver Island Community School
Classes:  Beaver Island Islander Ensemble, W 1:00-2:00 
Teacher:  Dr. David Reimer


Boyne City Schools

Classes:  
Beginning Strings, T/Th, 3:30-4:20, Boyne City Middle School, taught by Chas Helge
Intermediate Strings, T/Th, 4:30-5:20, Boyne City Middle School, taught by Chas Helge
Boyne City Junior Orchestra, T/Th, 3:30-4:20, Boyne City Middle School, taught by Dr. David Reimer


Charlevoix Area Schools

Classes:
Beginning Strings, T/Th, 3:30-4:20, Charlevoix Elementary School, taught by Peter Tolias
Intermediate Strings, T/Th, 4:30-5:20, Charlevoix Elementary School, taught by Peter Tolias


East Jordan Public School
Classes:
Beginning Strings, M/W, TBA, East Jordan Elementary School, taught by Beth Deininger
Intermediate Strings, M/W, TBA, East Jordan Elementary School, taught by Beth Deininger


Elk Rapids Public Schools
Class:
Beginning Strings, M/W, 4:00-4:50, Lakeland Elementary School, taught by Sam Boase-Miller


Ellsworth Community School
Classes:  Beginning Class, T/Th 11:05-11:50, taught by Dr. David Reimer


Harbor Light Christian School
Class:
Beginning Strings, T/Th, 1:16 - 2:08, Harbor Light Christian School, taught by Chas Helge


Petoskey Public Schools
Classes:
Beginning Strings, T/Th, 3:30-4:20, Petoskey Middle School, taught by John Van Patten
Intermediate/Advanced Strings, T/Th, 4:30-5:20, Petoskey Middle School, taught by John Van Patten


The classroom model of string music education features a DGSP teacher working with a group of students in a school that the program serves.  Students choose the instrument they wish to study (violin, viola, cello or bass) and attend the classes in a school classroom, typically offered twice per week during the school year.  The beginner level is for students with little or no experience on their instrument, beginning with 4th grade.  If a student has at least one year of experience and is approved by the teacher, they may attend an Intermediate Class.  For those who graduate from the intermediate class, a school junior orchestra is the next level of instruction.  Classes are offered at no cost, except for instrument rental or purchase. here.