Kaleb Schumann brings over a decade of experience teaching middle and high school band in rural, urban, and suburban settings.
Most recently, Mr. Schumann taught for three years at his Alma Mater - Burleson High School as an Assistant Band Director. There, he was part of a team that led the Spirit of the Elks to their most successful years in program history. The marching band advanced to UIL Area Finals for the first time in program history, and all three concert bands earned UIL Sweepstakes for the first and second times in program history.
Previously, Schumann taught in Galena Park ISD, a Title 1 school district in the Greater Houston Area. Mr. Schumann assisted the Woodland Acres Middle School Band to its first UIL Sweepstakes in the school's 70+ year history. Additionally, he worked at Galena Park High School and assisted the Band of Gold to first multiple first place finishes at marching contests in the Houston area.
Mr. Schumann has also worked in multiple capacities with the drum corps activity. Most recently, he worked on the admin team for the Phantom Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps from 2016-18, serving as the Tour Director in 2018. Additionally, Schumann worked for The Guardians in 2016 as an Ensemble Specialist and as the Tour Director for the corps' first national tour.
Twice an alumnus of the University of North Texas, Mr. Schumann holds a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education and a Master's Degree in Instrumental Conducting, studying with Eugene Migliaro Corporon and Dr. Nicholas Enrico Williams. While earning his Master's Degree, he served as a production assistant for the recording of over 100 original works for wind band and is published in GIA's "Teaching Music Through Performance in Middle School Band".
Mr. Schumann currently resides in Downtown Ft. Worth and spends his free time working on his YouTube channel, supporting FC Dallas, taking his Husky Dallas out on runs, and traveling with his fiancé Skyler.