[DOE-Arts] Staying dry?!

Argy Nestor argy.nestor at maine.gov
Tue May 24 06:19:33 EDT 2011


WOW has it been wet in the mid-coast!! Two hummingbirds sat for a very long time drinking juice out of the feeder. I understand they are on the feeder more due to the amount of rain and the lack of flowers blooming. In the last week I have worn my raincoat on my walk every single day! Hopefully there will be a little sun some time this week. Today I travel to Washington County for the Commissioner's Listening Tour. If you live up that way I hope to see you.

I really enjoyed seeing many music educators at the MMEA conference Thursday and Friday in Gorham on the USM campus. I had the chance to listen and watch students at All-State practice in the band, orchestra, and chorus. JUST AMAZING! We are fortunate to have such outstanding music educators state wide! I will be posting about it on the blog in the next week. 

Thanks to everyone who is sending me information. Many emails with info these days. Below are the most recent posts that you can read at http://meartsed.wordpress.com/. 

* Imagination Intensive Community - 2011 recipient The Telling Room
* More on STEM/STEAM - written from the view of someone who benefitted from the A
* Commissioner's Listening Tour of Washington County - May 24, 25th
* Music and Excelling in School - The connections
* In Today's News - SAD 11 students display artwork
* Lions - 2nd and 3rd graders display art work at Belfast High School
* Haystack Fall MAEA Conference - planned for Sept. 16,17,18
* Brunswick High School
* In Today's News
* Portland High School and Market House Coffee

Thank you for all that you do to educate Maine students! I really appreciate your work and hopefully some of it is play!

Make it a great day and stay dry,
Argy

Argy Nestor
Visual and Performing Arts Specialist
http://meartsed.wordpress.com/
Maine Department of Education
23 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0023
207-624-6825
fax: 207-624-6821
argy.nestor at maine.gov
http://www.maine.gov/education/lres/vpa/












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