Students at Pick Elementary School have a whole new way to make joyful noise thanks to another Troop 50 Eagle Scout Service Project. Kyle, a founding member of Troop 50 and aspiring Eagle Scout, planned and built an outdoor music classroom for students, complete with his stations featuring drums, cymbals, chimes, shakers and a PVC pipe xylophone. The space not only provides the school's music teacher with a music-focused outdoor educational space, but the site provides teachers of other subjects with alternative outdoor classroom space and students with an optional recess area.
|The initial phase of project work required|
clearing overgrowth from the site of the
future outdoor music classroom.
|Kyle and his father assemble the music station featuring a musically tuned PVC-pipe xylophone.|
|Kyle, his dad, Art, and Assistant Scoutmaster Andrew Stanford|
work to assemble the music station that now features
orange and blue plastic bucket drums and
metal trash can lid cymbals.