Welcome to the Campbell Hill Music website!

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We have three music teachers this year: (L-R) Kevin Proudfoot, Ursula Slover, and Andrew Enis.

Mr. Enis attended the University of Arkansas, where he studied music education and specialized in percussion. He grew up in Oklahoma, moved to Arkansas for college, and then after teaching instrumental music in Arkansas for 2 years, moved to Seattle. Mr. E's family is a family of teachers. His father taught college music, his mother taught pre-k, his brother teaches music, and his aunt was a 3rd grade teacher. Mr. E is a member of the Percussive Arts Society. This is Mr. E's first year living and teaching in Seattle. He lives with his dog, Bernard, and his two brothers. When he isn't playing drums, Mr. E is watching TV, attending a football, soccer, or baseball game, or exploring this wonderful area we call the Pacific Northwest.

Mr. Proudfoot received his Bachelor's in Music Education from Central Washington University, and his Master's in Jazz Studies from the University of Northern Colorado. He is a professional pianist in the Seattle area, and currently works with the Bellevue Boy Choir as an accompanist. This summer, Mr. Proudfoot attended a Smithsonian Folkways world music workshop, and also completed his Level 1 Kodály certification. This is his second year teaching in the Renton School District, and fourth year teaching. He also teaches at Hazelwood Elementary School. Mr. Proudfoot grew up in Edmonds, Washington, and enjoys seeing live music and attending Seattle Sounders games.

Ms. Slover attended college in Baltimore, at Johns Hopkins University's Peabody Conservatory, where she studied music education and oboe performance. She grew up in New Hampshire in a family of musicians and educators. She is a certified positive discipline educator, and also completed her Level 1 Kodály certification this past summer. This is Ms. Slover's third year at Campbell Hill. She lives with her husband and two cats, and when she's not making music, she enjoys reading, cooking, playing board games, and being outdoors.