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Dr. Justin Antos, Ph.D., NBCT

Loom Video Link, Meet the Teacher Night:
 
Introduction
Hello! My name is Dr. Justin Antos, and I am one of three music teachers here at Dwight D. Eisenhower High School. The 2020-2021 school year marks my 13th year in education, and I have served at DDE for the last 12 of those years. I am deeply committed to my students' safety, artistic development, and academic achievement. I want to ensure that EVERY student succeeds, so please contact me at any time with questions or concerns. 
 
Educational Background
BM in Percussion Performance, Saint Xavier University, 2008
BM in Music Education, Saint Xavier University, 2008
MM in Music Education, Boston University, 2010
MM in Instrumental Conducting, Central Michigan University, 2012
MAEd in School Improvement Leadership, Olivet Nazarene University, 2013
EdS in Music Education, Auburn University, 2014
PhD in Music Education, Auburn University, 2017
 
Daily Schedule
1st Period - Honors Performance Band (room 339)
Google Classroom: qgqnd5p
Remind: @hnrs-band to 81010
 
2nd Period - Performance Band (room 339)
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Remind: @perf-band to 81010
 
3rd Period - Preparatory Band (room 339)
Google Classroom: cvxb6js
Remind: @prep-band to 81010
 
4th Period - Lunch*
 
5th Period - PLAN*
 
6th Period - PLP*
 
7th Period - Orchestra 1 (room 339)
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Remind: @orch-1 to 81010
 
8th Period - Orchestra 2 (room 339)
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Remind: @orch-2 to 81010
 
* I will occasionally be out of the building during these periods assisting at our feeder schools during their music rehearsals.
 
Contact Information
Office Phone: 708.597.6300 x4095
GooglVoice: 708.885.9682
 
Office Hours (Remote Learning)
Every Wednesday, 1:00-3:15pm
 
School Involvement
In addition to the curricular groups I teach, I also direct the following extra-curricular ensembles:
 
Grading and Retake Policies
As outlined in the student handbook, each of the aforementioned courses follow the CHSD 218 grading scale, which is illustrated as follows:
  • 100%-90% = A
  • 89%-80% = B
  • 79%-70% = C
  • 69%-60% = D
  • 59% or lower = F
 

The opportunity for retakes applies to all Type I and Type II Assessments. Students will NOT be eligible to retake weekly practice grades (i.e., SmartMusic Practice). Students must be either (a) in attendance for the original assessment (e.g., concert performances) or (b) submit the original assessment (e.g., written work, video demonstrations) by the deadline to be eligible for the retake. Retakes can be performed as many times as the student wishes, as long as the retake is completed before the next graded assessment. After that point, the window for retakes closes. Circumstances for make-ups will be considered on a case-by-case basis.