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Leon Kuehner, IAAE Exec. DirectorThe Iowa Alliance for Arts Education is planning a Fine Arts Advocacy Day at the State Capitol on January 29, 2014. The purpose of the event is to advocate for Fine Arts education in Iowa and ask for legislative support of a bill to add Fine Arts to the Iowa Core. In addition to a "celebrity" luncheon for state legislators, Fine Arts advocates will be scheduling personal visits with legislators. As part of the advocacy material given to legislators, IAAE is collecting statements of support for Fine Arts education from Iowans to be presented to Iowa legislators as part of the Fine Arts Advocacy Day. We are hoping to collect statements from Iowans of differing age levels and occupations from all 99 counties. IAAE is inviting you to respond to the following question:

How has Fine Arts education impacted your life?

I am asking that this information be distributed to the members of your respective organizations through emails, newsletters and postings on your websites. You may respond to this question by visiting the following link:

https://adobeformscentral.com/?f=CLxwWeutjkRg45NKp3H7mQ

People may also respond by visiting the link on the IAAE website:

www.iowaalliance4artsed.org

The deadline for responding is December 1, 2013. If you have any questions, please contact Leon Kuehner, IAAE Executive Director, at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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The latest documents regarding the NAfME's stance on teacher evaluation and compensation have been uploaded to the IMEA web site.  Please visit our documents and downloads area to view them.

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trumpetsIowa Music Educators Association salutes members of the US Army All-American Marching Band. Iowa students chosen for this honor are Alexandria Linn, Guard, from Hempstead High School in Dubuque and Kelsey Ferneau, Mellophone, from Urbandale High School.

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MedalsCongratulations to Hunt Elementary Vocal and Instrumental Music Department in Sioux City, Iowa. They received a $10,000 award in the Glee Give a Note competition.

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Music StandCedar Rapids' oldest music organization, the Beethoven Club, is currently taking applications from graduating senior musicians, who will attend an accredited college, for four $500 awards.

Please let your students know about this wonderful opportunity and encourage them to apply. Applications are due on January 15, 2012 and auditions will take place on Sunday, January 29, 2012 at the Scottish Rite Temple in Cedar Rapids.

Please email me for award descriptions and applications. Thank you for your participation! We look forward to seeing and hearing your students in January.

Sincerely,
Ann Lawrence
Beethoven Club Awards co-chairperson

319-210-1032
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Please forward this email to your colleagues, so their students may participate as well!

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