Nebinger Elementary offers Specialists classes in the content area of Art, Music and Health-Physical Education for all students 1-2 times a week.
All Students in grades K-8 are scheduled to receive music class with equitable and consistent access to relevant, meaningful, and high-quality instrumental music instruction. Key skills students learn are:
- The organization of music, using knowledge of music theory and notation to identify how the elements of music (pitch, rhythm, harmony, dynamics, timbre, texture, form, and style/articulation) are used within a piece, including the difficulty or challenges of music being performed or created.
- The historical, cultural and social context of the music as well as the impact of purpose and venue on our choices (selections) and presentation of music, including programing, etiquette and deportment.
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Nebinger offers visual arts education for all students in kindergarten through 8th grade. The curriculum includes two dimensional and three-dimensional studio applications, art history and digital art media. We encourage students to learn through:
Discovering and creating an understanding of human behavior
Thinking outside of “the box”
Realizing their potential
Learning through the close observation of works of art and world cultures through various forms
Involvement with art materials and experiences guided by the elements and principles of art
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Health and Physical Education
Health and physical education provides students with the knowledge and skills that will enable them to achieve and maintain a physically active and healthful life, not only during their time in school but for a lifetime. Health and physical education are integral components of a balanced educational program. Children who are healthy and physically active increase their chances of achieving their highest academic potential and are better able to handle the demands of today’s hectic schedules. (https://www.education.pa.gov/)
The Pennsylvania State Board of Education requires that:
Every student in a primary (generally grades K-3), intermediate (generally 4-6), middle school (generally grades 7-9) and senior high (generally 10-12) programs must be provided with planned instruction that is aligned with academic standards in health and physical education.