BUSMEA: Up To Date

Dear Music Educators,

I hope you are all enjoying the first month back at schoo
l thus far! I am looking forward to an
exciting year full of growth and excitement.

BUSMEA’s goal is to provide you with constructive and inspiring professional development opportunities throughout the school year. Everything we do is geared towards developing the professional skills and knowledge of you and your colleagues , and we would love to hear your feedback so we can provide opportunities that stem from our local thoughts and interests. We are always trying to come up with innovative ideas concerning fundraising, clinics, and conference sessions for the annual Da Capo conference. Please feel free to contact us by email at busmea@brandonu.ca or talk to a council member with any questions, concerns and suggestions you may have.

We have been busy planning for the months ahead and we are eager to provide you with diverse educational opportunities. On September 21, we hosted our annual clinic on clinic’s with Westman music educator Justine Burke. Justine did a fabulous job in providing tips on how to run a productive and beneficial clinic. This year, the tenth annual Da Capo conference takes place on Saturday, January 19th, 2019 at the Queen Elizabeth II Music Building at Brandon University. Visit our website www.brandonu.ca/busmea in December for more information on the conference.

Be sure to check out our bulletin board in the basement of the School if music for a calendar of upcoming events, council biographies, handouts from sessions and more! You can also find us
on Facebook B.U.S.M.E.A

On behalf of BUSMEA, we would like to wish you the best in the year ahead, and we look forward to connecting with you soon.

Warm Regards,
Shelby Nohr
BUSMEA President