Jeremy Earnhart, the Arlington school district’s fine arts director, talks to band students Tuesday at Bowie High School, where this fall the district will start a two-year instrument-repair course. The unique program will give upperclassmen from across the district a chance to get a head start on an in-demand career field and complements an emphasis on using funds from last year’s $663.1 million bond program to bolster fine arts education, administrators say.
Jeremy Earnhart, the Arlington school district’s fine arts director, talks to band students Tuesday at Bowie High School, where this fall the district will start a two-year instrument-repair course. The unique program will give upperclassmen from across the district a chance to get a head start on an in-demand career field and complements an emphasis on using funds from last year’s $663.1 million bond program to bolster fine arts education, administrators say. Max Faulkner Star-Telegram
Jeremy Earnhart, the Arlington school district’s fine arts director, talks to band students Tuesday at Bowie High School, where this fall the district will start a two-year instrument-repair course. The unique program will give upperclassmen from across the district a chance to get a head start on an in-demand career field and complements an emphasis on using funds from last year’s $663.1 million bond program to bolster fine arts education, administrators say. Max Faulkner Star-Telegram

Arlington district’s musical instrument repair course may be first of its kind

May 27, 2015 02:09 PM