Welcome to the Lincoln Public School Music home page. Please let us know what you think of our site by emailing Dr. Raymond Lowther at email@example.com.
Information and registration about LPS summer music camps is now available.
Visit our Summer Music Camps page for more information.
Lincoln Public Schools hosted their annual marching band contest at Seacrest Field on Saturday, October 13. Results are posted here.
Lincoln Public Schools will offer a comprehensive preK-12 music curriculum. This curriculum will provide experiences through continuous and systematic instruction in areas of music congruent with the music section outlined in the National Standards for Arts Education. To this end, Lincoln Public Schools will provide developmentally appropriate curricular opportunities for students to:
- perform music alone and with others;
- improvise and compose music;
- use music vocabulary and music notation;
- respond to music aesthetically, intellectually, and emotionally;
- think critically and creatively;
- develop insights into a wide variety of music of diverse musical styles, representing past and present world cultures;
- understand the uses and influences of music in the lives of human beings;
- develop a greater understanding of their own feelings and the feelings of others;
- understand the uses and influences of technology in music;
- make aesthetic judgments based on critical listening and analysis;
- use self-discipline and leadership skills in problem-solving situations;
- develop and integrate a multi-sensory approach (aural, visual, kinesthetic, and tactile skills) to enhance learning;
- develop a commitment to music;
- develop a positive self-image;
- support the life of the community and encourage others to do so;
- continue a lifetime of musical learning and enjoyment; and
- continue to emphasize the academic benefits of the systematic study of music.