Plainfield South High School’s “United Sound” Music Program for Special Needs Students VIDEO

Plainfield South High School musician mentors are helping students with special needs learn the joy of playing an instrument.

Four students are working with 13 peer mentors in the PSHS United Sound club.

PSHS is the only school in Illinois to run a chapter of this national program. The ensemble performed at the school’s Collage Concert in December and recently performed in Chicago at an international conference for band and orchestra directors.

Check out the video here:

http://www.psd202.org/album/82/1191

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