Visual Arts

Mr. Rosteck

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Band, Choir, and Drama

Mrs. Wittenmyer

Mrs. Wittenmyer has been involved at Concord since the school opened in 1996. She wears many “hats”: Asst. Drama Director, plays piano for the Choirs, Costumer for all the drama performances, runs the school store, helps in the office and basically assists wherever she is needed. She has been married to her husband Henry for 44 years. They have 8 children, and 10 grandchildren. They have lived in Boyne City for most of their married life. She loves to read, sew, cook, remodel, and play with her grand babies. She has been a church pianist since she was 14. She is very involved in the music program at her church and her love of musicals and plays started in 1980 when she directed “The Gospel According to Scrooge” which was presented yearly to Boyne Area residents. Mrs. W, as she is affectionately known, loves to greet the students each morning from her school store window. Working with a wonderful, dedicated staff and helping the students gives her much joy.

Mr. Fults

Mr. Fults is a native of the Gaylord area and completed his undergraduate studies, and was a distinctive music scholar, at Saginaw Valley State University. He graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Music Education (K-12) and Sociology. During his time at SVSU, he was very involved in the music department and participated in several music ensembles (both instrumental and vocal), helped with outreach programs, taught community music programs (jazz, choir, and steel band), and worked in the sound/ light booths for various university and community events. He has returned to Northern Michigan to teach K-12 music and drama at Concord Boyne, and is an active performer throughout the state. Currently he still teaches lessons in various instruments, performs with the East Shore Wind Symphony (Standish, MI), the Up North Big Band (Petoskey, MI), and various other groups. Mr. Fults enjoys teaching students how music can affect every part of our daily lives. Students won’t be surprised to hear various different types of music coming from his classroom. He hopes this will inspire the students, and also showcase the different ways they too can perform and enjoy the gift of music.

Dance Instructor

Mrs. Knight

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