Eight students complete AIM program
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AIM students of Denise Frost include: (back row, left to right) Clarissa Jack, Erin Hurst, Ryan Crowley, Jared Crowley, Dallin Redd. Front:  Millie Boyle, Lydia Pugh, AnneMarie Barton. Courtesy photo
AIM students of Denise Frost include: (back row, left to right) Clarissa Jack, Erin Hurst, Ryan Crowley, Jared Crowley, Dallin Redd. Front:  Millie Boyle, Lydia Pugh, AnneMarie Barton. Courtesy photo
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Piano students from San Juan County have been busy for the past several months! 

On April 24 and 25, students of Denise Frost participated in the Utah Music Teacher’s AIM program.  AIM stands for Achievement In Music. 

Students are required to perform two memorized pieces, and are tested in Technique, Ear Training, Theory, Sight Reading, and prepare a Creative Musicianship project. 

These students did a fabulous job, with all composite scores in the 95th percentile or higher!  Congratulations to each student (and their parents!) for a job well done.
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