ACADEMY OF THE ARTS
Anona United Methodist Church
13233 Indian Rocks Rd.
Largo, FL 33774
Website: Anona.com—look un-
der “Get Connected”, Acad-
emy of Arts
Sandra Ross, Director
(727) 595-2581 x239
(727) 430-1316 (cell)
MUSIC INSTRUCTION—PRIVATE LESSONS
Private, one-on-one weekly lessons are offered in the following
subjects. Lessons may be for one-half hour or one hour.
Music theory/Ear training
If the instrument you wish to study is not listed, please contact the Di-
rector, who will try to make arrangements for a teacher.
Yoga Class for adults and youth is held on Sundays from 3:00-4:30 in
the Youth Room. Yoga Class is taught by Dr. Cory Hall, Anona's staff
pianist. No registration is necessary, and walk-ins are welcome. Fee is
$6.00 per class. For information specific to the class, please contact Dr.
Hall at 302-9101 or at email@example.com
HOW YOU FIT IN
Your support is a essential element in your child‟s success with music
study. Schedule practice time!
Music achievement requires effort over a period of time. You can help
your child by:
Providing a quiet place for practice
Scheduling a consistent, daily time for practice—20 minutes mini-
mum practice time.
Praising your child‟s efforts and achievements.
ANONA’S POLICY REGARDING SUPERVISION OF CHILDREN
Anona‟s policy is that all children and youth under the age of 18
must be under the direct supervision of an adult at all times they are
on campus. Adults, if you are taking a lesson and have your children
with you, your children need to be in the lesson room with you, or you
must bring another adult to supervise them. Do not allow the children
to stay in the lobby or elsewhere on campus unsupervised. Please
note that the pla