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Mrs. Miller

Hello! Welcome to music! My name is Mrs. Miller and I grew up in Pennsylvania and received a B.S. in Music Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. The instrument that I got my major in was the oboe. I am so excited for what this new school year will bring (even in the midst of a pandemic!) and I hope everyone had a safe summer. To my students who will be virtually learning for the semester, please know that I will miss you and look forward to seeing you all again. To my students who I will see in person, I look forward to seeing you all and will be giving you hugs in my mind. Wherever you may be to learn, keep the music going!

Email me at amymiller@johnston.k12.nc.us with any questions you may have!

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