The audition results for the 2018 Elementary Chorus and Orff Ensemble are now available. You can access them using the buttons below. You will need to login with your FMEA username and password. TEACHERS: If you have a student(s) selected, be sure to read the online packets posted along with the student lists.
Due to the number of school districts impacted by the storm and in order to meet all of the other deadlines that are locked into the structure of the FMEA Conference, we will extend our Audition Submission Deadline one full calendar week. Audition Submissions must be complete by 11:59 pm on Friday, September 29th, forms and fees must be postmarked September 30. The deadline to join FEMEA is extended to September 22. The Ticket to Tampa deadline has also been extended to September 22.
See the latest issue of FEMEA News for the latest "Back to School" news for elementary music educators.
The all-state audition information packets are now available on the All-State Elementary Chorus page and the All-State Orff Ensemble page.
FEMEA will be awarding one $500 scholarship to help the winning member attend the 2018 FMEA Professional Development Conference. Deadline extended to September 22
July 22, 2017, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., UCF campus in, Orlando. Sound Structures for Playful Musicians. Our clinician, Connie Van Engen, is planning to model Orff Schulwerk process lessons, which use a variety of improvisational structures.
Please congratulate our winning Dorothy Land Grant Projects for 2017: Beth Ann Delmar for "My Strummin' Buddies" a Guitar Program, Katie Grace Miller for "Building Community with Ukuleles", and Holly Pursino for" Multicultural Literature in the Music Room"
FEMEA is thrilled to announce our Janice Lancaster Professional Development Scholarship Winners for 2017: Barbara Sullivan will be attending World Music Drumming Level 1 in Columbus, Ohio. Lisa Munoz-Zeller will be attending Orff Level 1 at UCF in Orlando. Shaun Bennett will be attending the Ellie Mannette Festival of Steel at West Virginia University. Kathryn Pelletier will attend the James Hill Ukulele Initiative Teacher Certification Program in Toronto, and Rosalie Lathers will attend Joy of Singing in Atlanta.
The advocacy video produced for the All-State concerts is now available to FEMEA members. We encourage you to play it before your concerts and performances for parents. To access, login to your FMEA membership account and then look under "Member Content."
FEMEA is pleased to announce the winner of the 2017 Ticket to Tampa Scholarship, Ms. Ilona Halkides! Ilona is a first year teacher at Palmetto Elementary School in Orange County. Congratulations, Ilona!
The mission of the Florida Elementary Music Educators Association is to unite and support music educators in order to provide a high quality, comprehensive music education for all children.