Dayton Public Schools Superintendent Recognized for Supporting Music Education – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio

DAYTON — Dayton Superintendent Elizabeth Lolli has received the Save The Music Foundation Award for her outstanding support of music education.

The award recognizes a national school district superintendent or superintendent who has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to restoring music education in their school district.

In a statement, Lolli said she was honored that the district’s efforts were recognized.

“Giving students the opportunity to actively play instruments, sing, and participate in other aspects of music education is truly invaluable to their overall success,” Lolli said in a statement.

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In 2019, Save the Music and Dayton Public Schools partnered to launch a district-wide music education program.

“Superintendent Lolli has been a champion of music education for all students in Dayton,” said Jaclyn Rudderow, senior director of school programs for Save The Music Foundation, in a statement.

In the three districts where Lolli previously worked, she also increased funding and support for band, choir, general music programs and professional staff development, according to a statement.

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