Devonne Cooper

Prior to joining the CES faculty in 2000, I taught music in Floyd County and Rome City.  My husband, Dr. O.P. Cooper and I have 4 children, and each of them graduated from Carrollton High School.  Carrollton City Schools is a great place to be!

After school, from 2:15 until 3:30,  I teach small groups of students violin through a modified Suzuki program.  Opportunities exist to perform in our community, including local nursing homes and civic meetings.

General music classes have a strong emphasis on playing the xylophone.  Get on board for XYLOPHONE SAFARI!  Mrs. Miller, another CES Music teacher, and I, work extensively for ALL students to gain musical skills.  Here at the elementary level, many young musicians await opportunities to join a chorus, performing group, band, jazz ensemble, or even the Show Choir.  All of these opportunities exist right here in Carrollton City Schools.

New this year, we have STEAM MUSIC WEDNESDAYS!  Small groups come to music on Wednesdays throughout the school year to experience unique spins on music through creativity, imagination, and supposition.  Stations are set up for group interaction and exploration.  Ask your child about our kick off with the STEAM JAR, water xylophone, and friendship form wristband.

Musical skills are first honed right here at CES!  From rhythmic dictation, mini-performances, large group community Sing Alongs in the winter season, introductions to  piano and ukulele skills, and the catchy interplay of  drum circles, something exciting can be found within the music rooms.  

With great anticipation, I treasure the unexpected thrills of each new music class!
Classes Taught:  K,1,2,3 Music at CES
                              7a.m. Violin at CES