Hello! Here you will find miscellaneous postings related to your enrollment as a Suzuki family.
In order to be awarded a ‘Twinkle Pin’ students must:
Students will then be publicly congratulated and awarded a pin. This program is not meant to be a competition, but an individual process, and it is completely optional. Only students who are motivated to achieve this milestone should pursue a twinkle pin.
As of 2019, our Monthly Suzuki E-News now goes out directly via Constant Contact.
Below you can find various documents that accompany past newsletters.
The two documents below are referenced in Amy Matherly’s January Suzuki Parent Newsletter.
Click to view/print a pdf :
Lucy Phillips-New England Suzuki Institute: The Phillips family summary regarding their NESI summer experience.
Ogontz Suzuki Camp Experience by Henry Wang and family: The Wang family’s feedback regarding their Ogontz summer experience.
These documents are referenced in Amy Matherly’s January Suzuki Parent Newsletter. Click to view/print a pdf.
3 – Practicing Challenges: The Beginning, The Middle and The End.
Ideas for Parents by Amy Matherly
As also outlined in PDF No. 1 above: We will be holding Parent Teacher conferences during the month of January. We are trying this for the first time this year and participation is voluntary. We hope you will try it! Let your teacher know if you would like to sign on for a conference.
Our Suzuki Parent Teacher Conference will give you and your teacher the opportunity to discuss how things are going, address concerns and come up with a unified plan for your child’s instrumental music study in 2017.
Your teacher will benefit from hearing about your child from your perspective and you can learn more about your teacher’s strategies and goals for him or her.
Topics for discussion:
How it will work: