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By SAMANTHA MORIN
Daily Press Staff Writer
Donna O’Bryant is helping students excel in their academics through music.
Having taught in Texas for 12 years and in Clayton for the last two years, O’Bryant is thrilled to finally be a part of the Artesia Public Schools as the new band director at Artesia (Zia) Intermediate School. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.
“I taught in Texas for 12 years and in Clayton for two, so I got to know other directors and the directors here at competitions,” O’Bryant said. “I heard about a job opening through the directors, and I wanted to be associated with Artesia’s band program. Their band program is known all over the state.