Give me 20 Reasons Why is Music Education is Important

1. Musical training helps develop language and reasoning: Students who have early musical training will develop the areas of the brain related to language and reasoning. The left side of the brain is better developed with music, and songs can help imprint information on young minds. 2. A mastery of memorization: Even when performing with […]

Maintain Eligibility

Students need to uphold passing grades in order to stay eligible for all LPS/LNE activities and athletics. If a student is receiving anything below a C in any of their classes, we strongly recommend that they begin utilizing “Rocket House”. “Rocket House” is a studying location in the LNE Media Center for all students. Teachers […]


Respecting Facilities: Students are to only use what is theirs and not touch property of other students. NO food, gum or drink in the music classrooms. Water will be allowed with permission only. Teacher’s work tables, roller chairs and desks are off limits to students. Students need to knock before entering the department office. Classroom […]


School Grading Scale:            District Grading Scale:                         LNE Music Scale: A =90-100                                        80% Summative Assessments           […]

Absence Policy

Daily participation points do not need to be made up unless they become excessive resulting in multiple low weekly participation grades. Communication is necessary when students are missing for other LNE activities such as athletics or other extra curricular or academic purposes. When absent for school activities, points are not lost, make-up assignments do not […]

Expectations for Rooms & Equipment

All instruments need to be stored in cases and locked in lockers. All music is to be stored in folders and put in the folio cabinets. Not lockers or storage rooms or floor. Instruments need to be wiped down EVERY time a student plays them. Percussion equipment is not to be moved out of its […]