Sherri Isaacs
Band Teacher
North, South
Hello, my name is Sherri Isaacs and I am the Band Director at both the North and South campuses. I am looking forward to the upcoming school year as I work with many of your children and teach them to play musical instruments. I hope to instill a love for music by teaching the students to use their gifts and abilities to glorify and worship our Lord and Savior! Psalm 33:3 instructs us to play musical instruments “skillfully” unto the Lord! It is my prayer that I will help your child learn to love playing their instrument in a fun, but challenging atmosphere so they can experience worshipping our Lord through music! I grew up in Tallmadge, Ohio and attended Kent State University where I received a bachelor’s degree in Instrumental Music Education and a Master’s in Performance. I have taught many places including:  middle school instrumental and choral music at CVCA, a homeschool band in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and elementary band and high school percussion studies at Dade Christian School in Miami, Florida. My husband, Scott, is the Fine Arts Department Head at CVCA where he also directs the Symphonic Band and Hand bell choirs. My children are both graduates of Chapel Hill North. My daughter, Haley, is a pre-K teacher and my son, Christian, is a student at Mount Vernon Nazarene University. What is Special About Band at CHCS?
  • 5th graders learn to play simple songs on band instruments 1st semester, and then progress to playing full band literature by spring time.
  • 6th graders continue to achieve technical proficiency as music becomes more difficult. They will enjoy mastering a hard piece of music together and will then present their work at the Spring Concert.
Major Events of the Year
  • Performance in the Christmas Chapel
  • Performance at the Spring Concert

COVID-19 Cases:

9/9/20 - One confirmed case of COVID-19. Individual recovered and returned symptom free after quarantine according to CDC guidelines. Contact traced to 2 people and both came back negative.

10/14/20 - One confirmed case of COVID-19.
(Symptoms on 10/14). Individual recovered and returned symptom free after quarantine according to CDC guidelines. Contract traced to 0 people.

11/12/20 - One Confirmed case of COVID-19.
Individual was quarantined at the time of the positive test due to being a contact trace from an individual outside of the school. Contact traced to 0 people.

11/13/20 - One confirmed case of COVID-19.
(Symptoms on 11/14). Individual was already in quarantine due to being a contact trace from an individual outside of the school. Contact traced to zero people.

11/27/20 - One confirmed case of COVID-19. 
Individual was at home due to the Thanksgiving Break and is now in quarantine according to CDC Guidelines.  Contract tracing is in process with Summit County Public Health; seven individuals are following quarantine according to CDC Guidelines while tracing proceeds.