Middle School Music Teacher Receives the Creative Arts Teacher Award

Kathy Rohrs, Chaminade’s middle school music teacher, will receive the Creative Arts Teacher Award at the 13th Annual Unforgettable Educator Recognition Dinner, on Thursday, April 18 at the Odyssey restaurant in Granada Hills. Presented by the Chatsworth/Porter Ranch Chamber of Commerce and Facey Medical Group, the dinner celebrates and honors local teachers and school administrators whose dedication and active role in the community inspire and motivate their students to grow, learn, excel and give back.

The chamber reached out and asked the community to nominate the individuals they strongly believe deserve to be recognized. The Creative Arts Teacher award is one of several awards that will be presented, in addition to, the Unforgettable Educator Award, Principal of the Year Award, Science and Technology Teacher Award, and PTA President of the Year Award.

A vocalist, guitarist, harpist, conductor, composer and teacher, Mrs. Rohrs has been teaching and performing in Southern California for over 30 years.  Mrs. Rohrs currently holds a Bachelor’s degree in classical guitar and a K-12 Secondary Music Credential in Music Education from California State University, Northridge. In 2001, Kathy joined the Chaminade family where she serves as the music director and choral director of the Chaminade C-Notes.  Under her instruction, the Chaminade C-Notes have had the honor to travel Washington D.C. to perform at the America Sings! festival, and to New York performing as the solo feature choir for the National Children’s Festival at Carnegie Hall.

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