A Few Lines about our Music Teacher

Miss Brown was raised in Fairmont, Nebraska on the family farm.  In high school she was a three-sport 4-year varsity letter winner and enjoyed playing her accordion, while being very active in her church and in 4-H.  She holds degrees from Doane College, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, passed her qualifying exams at the University of Illinois and received her doctorate from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley.

“Teaching at Chandler View is such a joy because the students are so nice and the parents are so supportive.”  Miss Brown believes that learning comes in many shapes and forms and likes to offer students lots of opportunities such as 5th grade chorus, 6th grade chorus, Music Club, Ecology Club, and Children’s Classics.  She loves to read and belongs to the Chandler View Book Club as well.

Miss Brown invites visitors to her music room anytime.  Come enjoy the art of music making!


Get Involved!

5th and 6th Grade Chorus NEWS
Sign up will begin the first week of school.  6th grade chorus students have the chance to sing at the All-City Festival held in February.  Both 5th and 6th grade chorus members will sing for the Area Concert in the spring at Bryan High School.  And of course, our own holiday program on December 9th will feature both choirs.

Music Club
Each Tuesday morning from 8:15 until 8:40, music club members meet in the music room to sing, dance, play instruments, and learn about various aspects of music.  We frequently take trips and go to music programs.  Great fun is in store!

Ecology Club
What school recycles the most pounds of trash in OPS?  Well it’s Chandler View, thanks to Mr. John and his staff and our hard working Ecology Club.  Each Thursday morning from 8:15 until 8:40, the Ecology Club members meet in the music room and learn about various ecology topics after they have dumped our recycle bins. 


Travel Club

We are meeting each Friday morning from 8:15 until 8:40 to travel the USA by writing postcards.  We'll also become Jr. Park Rangers to celebrate 100 years of National Parks.  Come join the fun!

Children’s Classics
4th graders will be selected to join the fun and read classic literature.  Students are normally asked to read an assignment each week and then discuss what they read during a lunch session with their sponsors.  

Singin' & Smilin' ~ Welcome to Music!