PULASKI COUNTY, Ark. -- For the first time in school history, all choir students in grades 7-12 at Joe T. Robinson Middle and Joe T. Robinson High achieved the highest rating (Superior) in performance and in sight reading assessment.
"The Robinson High School Singing Senators performed at the Arkansas Choral Director Association Region 2 Choral Performance Assessment and scored Superior ratings in performance and sight reading,” said choir director Edmond Hampton. “These scores, along with the RMS choir’s, solidified a historical day in which all choirs (grade 7-12) scored Superior ratings at the Region level Assessment."
"I'm grateful for each and every student in the Robinson Middle School choir program,” said choir director Anthony Fuller. “These students make me grateful to be at Robinson Middle School. I hope the joy of music will follow them forever!”
Congratulations to Robinson feeder choir students!