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DeMarco Begins Teaching Career in Rye
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Maxine DeMarco is the new music teacher at Rye Elementary. She made her first trip to the Greenhorn Valley when coming for her interview and thinks it is awesome.
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Maxine DeMarco has started the first year of her elementary music teaching career here in the Greenhorn Valley at Rye Elementary School. She graduated from East High School in Pueblo and then graduated with her degree in Music Education from Adams State University in 2015.

While she was home in the summers she worked for Jordan’s Residential and Vocational Services for adults with developmental disabilities. She worked in their residential homes as well as the day program.

DeMarco says, “Coming here to Rye Elementary has been such a good experience. When I came here for the first time for my interview everyone was so friendly and happy, I felt that Rye would be an amazing place to teach. I love how invested this community is in the schools and how supportive the parents are."

“For as long as I can remember I knew that I wanted to be a teacher, I love working with the students. I like to keep things moving and interesting for them by doing several different activities during our forty minute classes together. One learning game that we play, is called the ‘Staff Game’, it teaches them as they play, about the Music Theory of the ‘Staff’ (Tablature).

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