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Mary-Tyler Upshaw

Mary-Tyler Upshaw

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Technology and Testing Coordinator, Director of Fine Arts

Email:
mupshaw@sfdscs.org

Mary-Tyler Upshaw

Welcome Message

Welcome to the Performing Arts and Technology area for St. Francis!

If you are interested in being in the band for the School Year 2018-2019, please fill out this interest form.

All State Choir music is available here. Mark your calendar, auditions are November 10th, at Broadneck High School in Anne Arundel County, time is TBD.

Teacher’s Bio

Mary-Tyler Upshaw is the Technology and Testing coordinator as well as the Director of Fine Arts. Currently she teaches technology, music and theatre, and directs our band and choir. An alumna of  Shenandoah Conservatory and Salisbury University, she holds a bachelor’s degree in music and a master’s degree in instruction and curriculum design.

Having taught at SFdS for three years, she utilizes project-based learning approaches in the classroom. Setting a goal for the class and then working with each student individually to determine what they need to reach a goal. As a leader of the S.T.R.E.A.M.S. initiative, she works with other teachers on interdisciplinary and cross-collaborative projects as much as possible.

 

Welcome Message

Welcome to the Performing Arts and Technology area for St. Francis!

If you are interested in being in the band for the School Year 2018-2019, please fill out this interest form.

All State Choir music is available here. Mark your calendar, auditions are November 10th, at Broadneck High School in Anne Arundel County, time is TBD.

Announcements

 

All-Shore auditions are available to all students in our school, grades 6-8. For additional information, please email me.

All students MUST fill out this form (click on yellow arrow on the top right) and have it signed by their parents prior to THIS FRIDAY JANUARY 4th at 3pm.

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Kindergarten and 1st Grade need to have their own headphones. I recommend headphones with larger ear cups. They must be wired.

2nd grade and up may use ear buds, they too must be wired.

ALL HEADPHONES WILL STAY AT SCHOOL.

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