Webber Middle School

Phone:970.488.7800 Fax:970.488.7811 Attendance: 970.490.3089

Mrs. Jana Webster-Wheeler

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488-7892
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F02
About Me
What is your education background and experience?: 

Bachelors Degree from CSU- Major in Music Education, emphasis in winds conducting

Masters Degree from UNC- Major in Music Education, emphasis in performance

Roles held in PSD- Elementary: Special Ed Para, Art Para, Music Teacher. Secondary: High School Music Para, Middle School Band Teacher. Central Office Work: Human Resources Technician, Curriculum Facilitator for Art, Music, and PE.

Professional Flautist

What do you love most about teaching?: 

Kids, kids, and kids.

What are your favorite hobbies or interests outside of school?: 

I treasure spending time with my own family. I gig in the state and region as a professional musician whenever possible. I also am a visual artist, specializing in two-dimensional works, and have some published essays and articles. I serve on a board that promotes scholarly work in Women's and Cultural studies. I love spending active time outdoors and am a frequent visitor of places like Starbucks, the Farmers' Market, and Old Town.

My Classroom
Courses Taught: 

Jazz Band - 1 section

Jazz Winds - 1 section

Symphonic Band - 1 section

Concert Band - 2 sections

Beginning Band - 3 sections

About My Classroom: 

The band room is a place for students of all ages (including myself) to explore music and its role in our lives. We learn about fundamentals like tone quality, technique, articulation, symbology of music, ensemble balance, and expressiveness. We strive for higher levels of musicianship including understanding cultural and historical ties, intonation, and expressive nuance. The Colorado Music Standards are infused into the learning. It is a safe place to make mistakes, yet we strive for excellence in teamwork and in our performance. We do really LOUD. We are a family. We take risks and don't accept less than our best effort from each other in our playing and our interactions.