C-M teacher to be honored at national music award event – Observer-Reporter

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Cecil Intermediate School band teacher Deanna Grandstaff will be honored at the CMA Foundation’s Music Teachers of Excellence Awards.

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Cecil Intermediate School band teacher Deanna Grandstaff will be honored at the CMA Foundation’s Music Teachers of Excellence Awards.

A teacher in the Canon-McMillan School District will be honored at the CMA Foundation’s Music Teachers of Excellence Awards in Nashville, Tenn.

Deanna Grandstaff, a band teacher at Cecil Intermediate School, is among 30 music educators from across the country who will be honored for their “dedication and impact on music education in their classrooms and school communities.”

The award show will be held Sept. 17 at the Country Music Hall of Fame.


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Established in 2016, the Music Teachers of Excellence program honors exceptional music educators. Recipients are selected for their commitment to high-quality music programs and the positive influence they have on their school communities through music.

“I can’t think of a music teacher more deserving of this honor than Deanna Grandstaff. She epitomizes what it means to be an outstanding music educator on a daily basis. In her role as a Music Department head, Mrs. Grandstaff is an advocate for all of the students in the Canon-McMillan School District,” said Bob Kleinhans, principal of Cecil Intermediate School. “She works closely with her colleagues in the music department, our district administration, and our community to provide a balanced and inclusive K-12 music program, providing many opportunities for students to grow musically. At Cecil Intermediate School alone, the number of students participating in our instrumental music program since she joined our staff has grown exponentially each year. She truly is an asset to our students, our school, and our district.”

In addition to the celebration, Grandstaff will receive $2,500 for her music classroom at Cecil Intermediate School and an additional $2,500 as a personal stipend.

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