In honor of Music in Our Schools Month, ACEMM would like to reintroduce ourselves as well as give away a few items for music and movement educators to enjoy.

Natasha Thurmon

Director for the American Center for Elemental Music and Movement. 

Natasha Thurmon teaches K-5 general music, choir, strings, Recorder, and Orff ensemble at Boldt Elementary in the Northside Independent School District in San Antonio, TX. She has a BME in Music Education from Pacific Lutheran University and an MM in Music Education from the University of Texas at San Antonio. She completed her Orff levels and two masterclasses at Trinity University, where she now teaches Recorder. Natasha is past president of Central Texas Orff, and has served on several subcommittees for AOSA, chairing the Social Media subcommittee, and most currently on the Recorder Teacher Apprenticeship Panel. She has presented at various workshops locally and at state conferences, as well as at the national AOSA conference and for Orff chapter workshops. She serves on the Professional Development Committee of her local AFT union and on their Executive Board as Elementary Vice President. 

Natasha’s Favorite Thing

“A favorite thing of mine has been cross stitching! It allows me to be a bit creative by choosing fun patterns without having to think too much since there is a pattern I can follow. At the end of a long day when I just need a bit of time to destress, cross-stitching is a great outlet for me.” – Natasha Thurmon

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