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Sarah Johns teaches a fifth-grade music class. Photo by Paige Wilson

Music teacher creates performance group for eager Osceola Elementary students

Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018 |

Sarah Johns teaches a fifth-grade music class. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Osceola Thunder fifth-grade students Makayla Garner, Denaye Mitchell, Kyra Pace, Megan Beck, Samuel Kim, Madison Webb and Natayla Veillard. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018 |

Osceola Thunder fifth-grade students Makayla Garner, Denaye Mitchell, Kyra Pace, Megan Beck, Samuel Kim, Madison Webb and Natayla Veillard. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Music teacher Sarah Johns walks up to Arabella Cochran for her turn to mimic a tune on the recorder. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018 |

Music teacher Sarah Johns walks up to Arabella Cochran for her turn to mimic a tune on the recorder. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Fifth-graders Khalian Fedrick, Kyra Pace and Arabella Cochran play the recorder in class. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018 |

Fifth-graders Khalian Fedrick, Kyra Pace and Arabella Cochran play the recorder in class. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Osceola Thunder fifth-grade students Makayla Garner, Denaye Mitchell, Kyra Pace, Megan Beck, Samuel Kim, Madison Webb and Natayla Veillard do a body percussion exercise called Sevens. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018 |

Osceola Thunder fifth-grade students Makayla Garner, Denaye Mitchell, Kyra Pace, Megan Beck, Samuel Kim, Madison Webb and Natayla Veillard do a body percussion exercise called Sevens. Photo by Paige Wilson

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“They haven’t had something like this here I think in a long time, so the kids were just really thirsty for something in music — something to express themselves creatively and get involved,” Sarah Johns said. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018 |

“They haven’t had something like this here I think in a long time, so the kids were just really thirsty for something in music — something to express themselves creatively and get involved,” Sarah Johns said. Photo by Paige Wilson

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