It is with mixed emotions that I, along with the TVMTA Board say good-bye to our teacher friends that have worked, struggled, and laughed with us over the years! Many valuable friendships have been created through our years together. We have learned and grown so much from these amazing teachers. So many of you have generously shared from your teaching knowledge and experiences, and the wisdom you have imparted to myself and other teachers has been the stepping stones for many successful teaching careers. I am sincerely grateful to you all!
The teachers from TVMTA will be joining our larger RSBCC Chapter which will now represent the entire Inland Valley. RSBCC is a great group. It is quite active and teachers will enjoy the same resources with even MORE available to their students. RSBCC is very fortunate to have a wonderful Chapter President, Caitlin Olivarria. I hope that you will all get the opportunity to meet her and participate in the RSBCC programs. Teachers will continue to have access to the same CAPMT and MTNA events as before!
If you have already renewed your membership for TVMTA next year, it will automatically be moved to the RSBCC Chapter. If you have questions, please refer to the RSBCC Chapter (link below). I know they will be happy to answer any questions you have.
Thank you all and I will look forward to seeing you in events hosted through RSBCC.
Royal Conservatory Center Rep.
RCM Certified Teacher
The Royal Conservatory Certificate Program has always been a separate program from TVMTA and will continue to be held independently in Temecula. It continues to be highly endorsed by CAPMT and is considered the top national standardized assessment program available in the United States.
The Temecula Center #359 remains with no changes. Each year, there are 3 sessions available for taking assessments. These sessions are Spring Session, Summer Session, & Winter Session. If you or your student would like to take an assessment at a time that is not offered here in Temecula, check out the RCM website to sign up at another location. Assessments may be taken anywhere and transcripts are kept with the Royal Conservatory. This means that assessments are transferrable anywhere in the US. Sealed transcripts can also be sent to colleges upon request.
Center Representatives for Center #359 are: Cecelia Unpingco & Elizabeth Medici