Professionally: Mrs. Kelly (Hudson) Busovsky is a 1995 graduate of Newark High School and a 1999 Graduate of Shenandoah Conservatory of Music where she received her BME (Bachelor’s of Music Education) with an emphasis in voice. In 2011 Mrs. Busovsky received her Master’s Degree in Applied Technology in Education from Wilmington University. This year will be her 21st year teaching Elementary General Music, Elementary, Beginning and Middle School Choir and private lessons at Caravel Academy. Mrs. Busovsky is an active member of DMEA (Delaware Music Educators Association), NAfME (National Association for Music Educators) and the ACDA (American Choral Director’s Association). Mrs. Busovsky is also the Co-Chair for Children’s Choirs for the State of Delaware and co-chairs the Delaware Children’s Honor Choir. As the State Co-Chair, she has presented and spoken about children’s choral music at ACDA conferences. Mrs. Busovsky has coached numerous students both in the classroom and privately where they have been selected to various regional, national and international Honor Choirs and All-State Choirs.
Personally: Mrs. Busovsky lives in Newark with her husband, son and two dogs. When she is not with her students, she enjoys reading, scrapbooking, Philadelphia sports, coffee and spending time with her family. As a kid, Mrs. Busovsky's dream was to tour the world as a professional singer/backup singer! She found her passion for becoming an educator in high school and a new dream of being a music teacher was born!
Teaching Philosophy: Mrs. Busovsky believes that all children are musical! Her role as a teacher is to help children tap into their musical abilities by providing them with a safe environment where they can learn and grow and be free to be themselves. There are no 'mistakes' in music and children need to know it is ok to not be perfect as it is all part of the creative learning process. Mrs. Busovsky enjoys providing her students with numerous possibilities; from making music just for fun or auditioning for various Honor Choirs, All-State Choirs, School Solos or Musical Roles. Mrs. Busovsky feels that a strong music education is important in the well-rounded growth and development of children and the skills they learn in the classroom and/or private lesson (creativity, discipline, cooperation, flexibility and courage, just to name a few) are ones that will be beneficial in adulthood.