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January 2010 Teaching Schedule

-- My teaching schedule for the month of January will be uninterrupted. I expect to teach on Monday the 18th, Martin Luther King Day.

-- The Certificate of Merit evaluations will be held on the weekends of March 6-7 and March 13-14. Participating students & parents: please keep these weekends open! The CM performance evaluations will be conducted on both weekends, while the theory testing will be conducted only on the second weekend: March 13-14 at Chabot College in Hayward. Contact me if you have any questions.

-- I need to select performance repertoire for all CM students and input these selections online by January 26. This will be top priority for me during the first few weeks of January.

-- I hope to have DVD copies of the December recital available for purchase in February. I'll keep you posted.

I'm sure I'm forgetting something, but we'll figure it out along the way.

Have a happy day,
Jesse

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