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BUSD renews drumline music instruction agreement

Joe Naiman

Village News Reporter

The Bonsall Unified School District renewed its music instruction services agreement with Kai Turley.

A 5-0 BUSD board vote Wednesday, Oct. 18, approved a new independent contractor agreement with Turley for drumline learning enrichment courses as part of the school district’s Expanded Learning Opportunities program. The agreement covers the 2023-2024 school year from Aug. 16, to June 7, and Turley will be paid $14,400 for that period.

“We’re thrilled that he’s back again, and we look forward to seeing this program expand,” BUSD superintendent Joseph Clevenger said.

The Feb. 15 BUSD board meeting included a 5-0 vote to approve an independent contractor agreement with Turley to bring the drumline to the district’s elementary schools, to Sullivan Middle School, and to Bonsall High School.

“We made an intentional investment in the arts and music in all of our schools,” Clevenger said.

Turley is a 2013 Fallbrook High School graduate. He subsequently attended Mira Costa College before becoming a music composition major at San Diego State University.

“Kai brings expertise in musical performance,” Clevenger said.

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