THE JANE ORTNER EDUCATING THROUGH MUSIC CURRICULUM AWARDS
The GRAMMY Museum is excited to announce the 2013/2014 Jane Ortner Educating Through Music Awards, honoring teachers who use music in their history, English/Language Arts, science, technology, math and world languages curriculum.
Jane Ortner was a devoted and beloved public school teacher who recognized the critical importance of music in the education of students at all levels. Through the generosity of the Ortner family, The GRAMMY Museum is pleased to honor Jane Ortner's memory by recognizing public and private school teachers, from kindergarten through high school, who successfully incorporate music into their classroom lessons.
The GRAMMY Museum is honored to announce Sunshine Cavalluzzi as our 2013 Jane Ortner Educating Through Music Curriculum Award Winner! Ms. Cavalluzzi is a teacher at El Dorado High School and regularly incorporates music into her lessons. Congratulations!
The GRAMMY Museum is excited to honor Sunshine Cavalluzzi and Erica Amann, the 2012 recipients of the Jane Ortner Educating Through Music Curriculum Award.
Download Ms. Cavalluzzi and Ms. Amann’s curriculum
Congratulations to 2011 Jane Ortner Educating Through Music Award winner Bianca Wilson Cole from Washington Prep High School. Download Ms. Cole's curriculum
In memory of Jane Ortner, and to encourage the integration of music as a core teaching tool, The GRAMMY Museum and the Chuck Ortner family are proud to announce the following winners of our 2010 "Jane Ortner Educating Through Music Curriculum Awards":
Nicole Naditz, Bella Vista High School Download Ms. Naditz's curriculum
Genein Letford, NEW Academy Canoga Park Download Ms. Letford's curriculum