Tracy King has shared her love of music with students and colleagues for more than twenty years. In her career she has experienced teaching all grade levels, band and choir. In addition to the work in her district, Tracy has presented workshops on incorporating music into regular classrooms using children’s literature at the Missouri State Teachers Association state convention and to future teachers at College of the Ozarks. She has also presented workshops on using visual aids/props to teach music, incorporating writing in music classrooms and creating workstations that teach music. Tracy inspires other teachers to create joy in their workplaces by presenting a make and take workshop at the Missouri State Teacher's Association Leadership Symposium in the summer.
She served on the committee that created the Missouri Music Grade Level Expectations and her music program was featured in an issue of MSTA’s School and Community Magazine. Her professional affiliations include MMEA, NAfME, AOSA and she serves as a regional board member for Missouri State Teacher's Association.
Tracy is the author of The Bulletin Board Lady a website for music educators that provides downloadable bulletin boards, visual aids, lesson plans and more.
In addition to Bulletin Boards for the Music Classroom, Tracy is known as The Bulletin Board Lady and creates resources for teachers of all subjects. You can find her materials at her Teachers Pay Teachers store, The Bulletin Board Lady-Tracy King.
The Bulletin Board Lady on Pinterest
Tracy King on Twitter
The Bulletin Board Lady on Instagram
Texas Music Educator's Association February 2017
College of the Ozarks March 2017
Missouri State Teacher's Association Leadership Symposium July 2017
Central Arkansas Orff Association July 2017
North Carolina Music Educator's Association November 2016
St. Joseph School District - Elementary Music Department February and November 2016
College of the Ozarks November 2016, 2015, 2014
Missouri State Teacher's Association Leadership Symposium July 2016
Oklahoma Music Educator's Association February 2016
Artie and Denise's Music Symposium 2015