Beginner vocal production techniques, beginning music
theory and sight-singing skills will be taught. Several public performances will be given during the school year.
This is an all female ensemble that performs SSA choral music.
ALL NEW FEMALE CHOIR STUDENTS SHOULD SIGN
UP FOR PARK SINGERS.
vocal production techniques, beginning music theory and sight-singing skills will be taught. Several public performances
will be given during the school year. This is an all male ensemble that performs SSA choral music.
ALL NEW MALE CHOIR STUDENTS SHOULD SIGN UP FOR THE PARKSMEN.
This intermediate SAB choral ensemble will perform
traditional classical music in various public concerts. Vocal production technique, basic music theory and sight singing
skills will be taught.
This SSAA group performs a variety of musical styles
in public concerts and Michigan School Vocal Music Association festivals during the school year. Vocal production techniques
and intermediate music theory and sight singing skills will be taught.
This select TTBB ensemble performs traditional
and acapella music in public performance and MSVMA competitions. Advanced vocal production techniques, music theory,
and sight singing skills will be taught. This ensemble holds many required after school rehearsals, performances, and
This select SSAA ensemble performs traditional
and acapella music in public performance and MSVMA competitions. Advanced vocal production technique, music theory,
and sight singing skills will be taught. This ensemble holds many after school rehearsals, performances, and trips.
course is designed for beginning, intermediate, and advanced level students who wish to further their musical study with indepth
voice training. Students will work on improving their singing and speaking voices through the study of breath control, tone
production and diction. Lecture, demonstration, voice lessons, and solo score study are elements of this course. This course
may culminate in a public recital performance.
Non Discrimination Policy
The Board of Education shall comply with all Federal and State laws and regulations,
as well as the requirements and regulations of the U.S. Department of Education, with regard to prohibitions against discrimination,
including but not limited to the following: Title II, Title IV, Title VI, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of
1964; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; the Age Discrimination
Act of 1975; the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and its implementing regulations, the Individuals with Disabilities
in Education Act (IDEA) and its implementing regulations; the Michigan Mandatory Special Education Act; and the Revised Administrative
Rules for Special Education. Plymouth-Canton Community School District is committed to a policy of non-discrimination
because of gender, religion, race, color, national origin or ancestry, disability, age, marital status, and/or any other legally
protected characteristics in employment, education or any program or activity for which the Board of Education is responsible
and/or for which the Board of Education receives financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Education.
If any individual believes that he or she has been discriminated against or believes
that the District or an employee of the District has inadequately applied the principles and/or regulations of any Federal
or State law or regulation, or any requirement or regulation of the U.S. Department of Education, a complaint should be directed
to the following coordinators:
Title II / Laura Hagan, Facilities
Title IV, VI, IX, 504-students,
Special Education/IDEA /
Bob Hayes, Director for Student Services
Title VII, 504-employees, Age Discrimination, ADA
Ray Bihun, Executive Director for Human Resources
All complaints and/or requests for accommodations should be directed to the persons
specified above at 454 South Harvey Street, Plymouth, MI 48170, (734) 416-2701. All complaints will
be handled in accordance with Board Policy and Administrative Guidelines.