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Middle School Q – the Marie Curie School – will celebrate 60 years of excellence in education this year, and the school and PTA will mark the occasion with a homecoming day filled with fun family activities. The school will open its doors on Saturday, October 3, for visiting alumni to come back to their alma mater; the PTA will host a Fall Family Festival filled with carnival games, attractions, and a raffle to help celebrate.

Opening ceremonies begin at 10 am, with an MS band performance and welcoming remarks, followed by an open house. Alumni are invited to walk the halls of their former school, remembering their years there and getting updated on the school's current activities. At noon, the PTA will open the gates on the family festival in the yard behind the school. The carnival runs until 4 pm, when the raffle drawing will end the day by awarding fun and exciting prize baskets and gift cards from local businesses to lucky winners.

Founded in , MS is named for Marie Curie, the Polish scientist whose pioneering work in the field of radioactivity earned her two Nobel prizes. The Marie Curie school today is a Magnet School for Science, Mathematics and Technology, and is the single biggest feeder school in Queens to New York's specialized high schools.

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The nearly students in my band program define remarkable! We are a large middle school in an urban setting. The students hail from all over the globe and bring with them unique perspectives and insights. The students see the band room as a home away from home and take a great deal of pride in the program. It is not uncommon to see them practicing before and after school. They are devoted to their musical studies and have accomplished feats once unheard of for a middle school in our area. They have won regional competitions, garnered numerous NYSSMA medals, participated in All-County ensembles as well as other honors band festivals. Perhaps the most important thing they learn in band is character. Sometimes I think good character speaks louder than the notes we play. My students are both energetic and enthusiastic. Their outstanding character makes them a joy to be around.

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The nearly students in my band program define remarkable! We are a large middle school in an urban setting. The students hail from all over the globe and bring with them unique perspectives and insights. The students see the band room as a home away from home and take a great deal of pride in the program. It is not uncommon to see them practicing before and after school. They are devoted to their musical studies and have accomplished feats once unheard of for a middle school in our area. They have won regional competitions, garnered numerous NYSSMA medals, participated in All-County ensembles as well as other honors band festivals. Perhaps the most important thing they learn in band is character. Sometimes I think good character speaks louder than the notes we play. My students are both energetic and enthusiastic. Their outstanding character makes them a joy to be around.

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Jennifer Schecter has been conducting the Queens Wind Ensemble and Concert Band, as well as facilitating student recruitment for the Queens site since She performed french horn with the Borough-Wide program from and currently performs with the Brooklyn Wind Symphony. Jennifer currently teaches at the Marie Curie Middle School , in Queens, as well as being an adjunct professor for music education courses at CUNY Queens and Hunter Colleges. The band program at MS has been called upon to perform for singer/songwriter Josh Groban and former DOE Chancellor, Dennis D. Walcott. Jennifer has many accolades, including: conducting the NMEA Division II All County Band, conducting the RCMEA Intermediate All County Band, initiating and facilitating professional development for the District 26 Music Professional Learning Community, serving as the MEANYC All County Chairperson since , serving as a mentor in the NAfME mentoring program, facilitating for the City-Wide Music Professional Development Series as well as presenting workshops on Urban Music Education in Chicago, IL, Columbus, OH, and Rochseter, NY. She also coordinated the first ever District 26 “Night of Music” in For all of her hard work and dedication, Jennifer was a finalist for the NYC Big Apple Awards in and Jennifer received her Bachelor’s Degree from Central Michigan University, a Masters of Science in Music Education from Queens College and a Masters of Arts in Wind Conducting from Hofstra University.

Joenatan Lopez has been a conductor for both the Queens Concert Band and Queens Wind Ensemble since Joenatan’s experience with Borough Wide goes back to when he played trumpet in the program from to He currently works at M.S. America’s School of Heroes. Joenatan received both his Bachelor’s Degree and his Master’s Degree from Queens College.

Justin Wolf is currently a director of the Queens Concert Band and has been with the Borough Wide program since He currently works at Robert H. Goddard M.S. Justin’s primary instrument is percussion. Justin also performs as a member of the Brooklyn Wind Symphony and as a freelance percussionist with various orchestras and chamber ensembles in the tri-state area. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from William Paterson University and his Master’s Degree from SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Music.

Joseph Seifers has been a conductor with the Queens Orchestra since His primary instrument is the double bass. He currently teaches at The Frank Sansivieri Intermediate School Joseph received his Bachelor’s Degree from the Berklee School of Music.

Henry McDonagh III has been a conductor of the Queens String Orchestra since He currently teaches at Walter H. Crowley, I.S. 5 where he is the Music Director/Accompanist of the Mixed Chorus, Music Director of the String Orchestra, Co-Director/Music Director of the Musical Theater Department and the Conductor of the Bayside Glee Club. His major instruments are guitar and bass. Henry received both his Bachelor’s Degree and his Master's Degree from the Aaron Copland School of Music at CUNY Queens College.

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Marie Curie Middle School secures grant to upgrade its music room

By Tom Momberg

Despite its award-winning band program, Marie Curie Middle School is teaching music education out of a small, old space.

At the request of MS Principal Marie Nappi, state Sen. Tony Avella (D-Bayside) has secured $, in state funding for the city Department of Education to start planning a major renovation and expansion of the existing basement-level band room.

Avella stopped in during an eighth-grade band rehearsal last week to announce the allocation of funds to the school at Oceania St. Although the project will not likely start until next year, when those students are off to high school, they were ecstatic as they heard the news from the senator first hand.

&#;I am happy to support the school as well as all of you &#; to make sure you have the proper facilities to practice and play,&#; Avella told a cramped room of more than 40 kids.

The student musicians at Marie Curie have performed as a full band at the state School Music Association, or NYSSMA, for eight consecutive years. They celebrated last year when they received a seldom-given gold award with distinction in the statewide Level Three competition, and went on to achieve silver standing in the even more challenging Level Four competition.

Nappi boasted of the music program&#;s accomplishments, suggesting students needed a space more fit for a band with statewide honors.

The band room is currently about 18 feet by 28 feet across and has two adjacent equipment storage rooms, neither of which is sufficient for meeting the growing needs of the program, which currently has more than students in grades six through eight, according to band director Jennifer Schecter.

Nappi and Schecter said they want to tear down the wall dividing the band room from a custodial storage room to extend the room to at least 40 feet across, complete with instrument storage and acoustic paneling that is more compatible with aural education.

MS has one band for each grade level, but each band is split in two separate classes to rehearse, because there is not enough room for 80 students to practice at a time, Schecter said.

Schecter said she hopes the room expansion will allow her to stop splitting bands into separate classes, giving them more rehearsal time together leading up to performances and state competitions.

&#;This is an investment for the school, an investment for this program and it shows these kids that we do care about them and what they can accomplish here,&#; Schecter said.

Sours: https://qns.com//10/marie-curie-middle-school-secures-grant-to-upgrade-its-music-room/

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