At St. Agatha Catholic School all students are given the opportunity to perform in a yearly Christmas and Spring program. Students in Kindergarten through Fifth grade participate in music class taught by a specialist two times per week. Middle school participates in Music one 45 minute period per week.
Sing, play instruments, move to music and create music
Learn to read and notate music
Listen to, analyze and evaluate various styles of music
Participate in learning the music of various cultures
Music performances Kindergarten to Eighth Grade
Students will be able to sing alone and with others in a varied repertoire of music
Performance on instruments with focus on rhythm skills and learning basic notation
Listening to, analyzing and describing music
Improvisation on melodies, variations, and accompaniments
Composing and arranging music using technology and instruments
Students learn to play the xylophone/marimba, while following rhythmic pattern
Instruments include recorders and ukeleles.
Children meet every Wednesday before school
to prepare the music for our Wednesday
children’s liturgy. Open to grades 3-8.
Middle school students may choose to participate in Drama as one of the middle school elective opportunities. 3-8 students have an opportunity to perform as actors in the annual Christmas production. St. Agatha partners with the Young People's Theatre Project to bring an annual spring musical to life (2018: Aladdin; 2020 Mary Poppins). Open to grades 3-8.
TEACHER: Molly Williams-Stuckey
Performing Arts - Drams
Molly has taught theatre in different formats for over the past 15 years. She holds a BA in theatre and a MA in theology of the arts. She has directed 32 play productions and started her own theatre company. She is passionate about drama in the classroom as it helps with self confidence, communication skills, empathy, observation, teamwork, creativity and imagination. Molly is excited to create with the students and connect with the community. In her free time Molly runs marathons, frequently travels, reads books, watches college basketball (Go Kentucky), plays board games and spends quality time with her family and friends.
At St. Agatha since: 2020
Bachelor of Art in Theater
Master of Art in Worship Theology of the Arts
Fuller Theological Seminary