Schools hold on to music, fine arts
Last updated 8/21/2008 at Noon
While budgets woes are resulting in some schools cutting music and other fine arts from their curriculum, Fallbrook, Bonsall and Rainbow educators appear to appreciate the importance of music and are working hard to keep it alive for local students. Educators here say they believe music offers myriad benefits in a student’s education.
“When we reduced the transportation budget, it was in an effort to protect what was going on in the classroom,” said Bonsall Union School District Superintendent Dr. Jason Cunningham. “Our music budget is the same as it was last year.”