Classroom: D-20(252) 453-0014 x 3088After hours help: By firstname.lastname@example.orgWelcome to my webpage!I am the Chorus Teacher for Currituck County High School. This is my fifteenth year of teaching in the Currituck County School system. I received my B.A. in Musical Performance with a concentration in voice as well as my NC Licensure to Teach Music K-12 from Elizabeth City State University. I am a native of Currituck County and a graduate of CCHS Class of 1998. In 2004, I began my teaching career here where I was assigned to teach chorus for all of the secondary levels. This meant that I was the only Chorus Teacher in the system, teaching at Moyock Middle, Currituck Middle and Currituck High school. I'm proud to say that with the help of a few amazing colleagues along the way, we've grown to a full and viable program. Last school year the high school chorus totaled 135 students for the year. This was a significant increase from my starting year with only 25 students enrolled. I can remember a semester with a roster totaling 9 students. What a blessing it has been to see this program through the many transformations to what it has become. It is constantly changing for the better. For the past two consecutive years I've had students participate in, NC Honors Choir, the National Honor's Choir and the NC All State Choral Festival as well as Music in the Parks competitions. For the past 3 years we've also participated in NC MPA (state festival) as well. For all events entered, our Choirs were coming out with a rating of Excellent in all areas, and a superior rating in sight reading. It is my great privilege to work with the young men and women of Currituck County! We have a tremendous amount of talent here! I am looking forward to another successful school year here at CCHS and am excited to help each of you reach your maximum vocal potential!GO KNIGHTS!!!Class Syllabi / Course Outlines: which include upcoming performances and important datesInformation on Formal AttireMrs. Arbogast's Schedule:Winter Concert Donation InformationTuesday - Dec 18, 2018 at CCHS beginning at 7:00 pmAdmission - FREE, but we are taking donations of non-perishable items for our food drive as well as items for the Sentara Barco Nursing HomeList of items for Sentara include (but are not limited to):-body wash-shampoo-lotion (some patients have very pretty lotions brought from home, and others use the basic watery lotion issued to them)-fuzzy blankets-fuzzy socks-baby dolls and fluffy stuffed animals (The dementia patients LOVE these items and treat them as their "babies". The fluffier and softer the better on stuffed animals. Baby dolls should also be the soft-bodied type with molded hair(not fibers)).-soda (coke, diet coke, root bear, diet root beer) Soda is a luxury at the nursing home. Some have it because it is brought from home. Others don't-Activity books (coloring, large print word searches, puzzles, etc)-any craft supplies (paint, colored pencils, markers, greeting cards, etc.-pajamas (any size, men's or women's)THANK YOU in advance for your donations!
Last Modified on December 12, 2018