Why Schools Want $1.2 billion from Seattle Taxpayers

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

"Ready, one, two, here we go. Bow, lift place. Bow lift place."

Elementary school musicians lift their bows and place them on violins, as directed by the music teacher. The first year violin students are slowly getting it as they begin to play in unison.

Their music program could go away if Seattle voters don't pass a three-year $552 million operations levy for the city's public schools.

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