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Kristina Waugh has been teaching music for the past 19 years. Her teaching experiences include middle & high school choir as well as elementary & middle school general music. She received her Bachelor of Music Education, Master of Music in Music Education, & Kodály Certification from Capital University. Kristina also completed part of her master’s coursework at the Kodály Pedagogical Institute of Music in Kecskemét, Hungary. Her master’s degree focused on secondary choral music with a Kodály emphasis. Kristina has given workshops about incorporating the Kodály concept in the choral classroom & previously taught choral methodology & folk song research in the Master’s program of the Kodály Institute at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio.

Kristina was the 2022 CMCEA Distinguished Teacher of the Year at Rossview High School, 2019 Teacher of the Year for Rossview Middle School, Country Music Association Teacher of Excellence in 2018 & 2023, and WTHI TV Golden Apple Teacher in 2013.
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1st Period - Music History

2nd Period - Rossview Singers (Choir 3)

3rd Period - Rossview Chorale (Choir 2)  

4th Period - Symphonic Choir (Choir 1)

5th Period - Music History Dual Enrollment

6th Period - Planning

7th Period - Music History

The choral rehearsal is a positive and productive academic environment. Our rehearsals are based on high expectations, positive attitudes, self-discipline, and goal oriented learning. Student behavior during school classes and at public performances reflects on both Rossview and the Choral Department.


Our choir room is a safe space for students to create something amazing together through music. I want you to be able to participate fully knowing that you can share your voice with us in a respectful environment. It takes all of us working together. Every single student is important. Thank you in advance for treating your classmates with kindness and respect. This looks like cheering one another on, giving your best effort, listening while others are talking, being a good audience member, and working together for the good of the whole.


I ask that you bring an open mind and positive attitude to class! Our class will be able to create incredible music this year with your hard work. Excellence is never an accident. It is the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction, and skillful execution.

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