Mrs. Cynthia Eversole
Degrees and Certifications:
BME(K-12) University of Northern Colorado
Level I & Level II Certification in Orff-Schulwerk
Active Member of:
Rocky Mountain Chapter of Orff-Schulwerk American Orff-Schulwerk Association
Colorado Music Educators Association
National Association for Music Education
Available Office Hours...
Red Day- 11:10 to 12:05 AM
White Day- 10:10 to 11:05 AM
Blue Day- 9:10 to 10:05 AM
Yellow Day- 12:45 to 1:40 PM
Music is a life passion of mine and it is a privilege to share it with all students at Lewis-Palmer Elementary. Students at LPES are active music makers as they learn that music is understanding, discovery, and skill development. Together, students and I work to foster independent minds, appreciation & habits. Students perform, sing, move, listen, create, and read & write music in my class. It is with these skill applications that we encourage the aesthetic senses of a child. I believe that music is an extraordinary tool for understanding various cultures of our nation and world because it cultivates acceptance and understanding.
This school year begins my 24th year of teaching music in the elementary setting. I am a Colorado native to the Pikes Peak Region and participate as an active musician in various ensembles. My family and I reside in Monument and we are fully vested in the Lewis-Palmer School District as homeowners, teachers, students, and parents within this community. I am married and a mother to 14-year-old twins that keep me busy and smiling on a daily basis.
Students in music class are expected to SOAR with the rest of the school. At Lewis-Palmer Elementary, we always do what is right.
Safe- Be aware of your space & others; Use self-control
On-Task- Involve your brain, voice, & body in all of your learning & activities
Attitude to Achieve- Mistakes happen. Dust yourself off and try again.
Respectful & Responsible- Care for yourself, others, and your surroundings
Accomplishments are celebrated by all and honor individuality.