Teacher Information

Mr. Samuel Benjamin Hall

Phone: (281) 327-0335


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Music Vocal Performance Music EC-12 Kodaly Level 3

Mr. Samuel Benjamin Hall

I am currently in my fifth year of teaching and I am excited to be returning for my third year at Sienna Crossing Elementary. I am a classically trained Bass-Baritone who graduated from Lousiana State University and I owe much of my path in life to the amazing music education I received growing up in FBISD schools. I am currently studying the Kodaly Method of music education, and almost fully certificated in the Kodaly Method. 


Outside of SCE, I am a staff singer at St. Francis Episcopal Church of Houston, where I also work as a Vocal Coach for their summer Musical Theater Program in July. Previously, I was an intern Assisstant director for the Cantate Sugar Land Youth Choir, and I sang with the Bach Society of Houston’s Bach Choir for two seasons, from 2014-2016. In my spare time, I love to read, listen to music, make puns and other terrible jokes, find more crazy socks to wear to school, and relax with my cat while watching TV.

Teacher Schedule

  • 8:15-9:05 - Planning

    9:05-10:00 - 3rd Grade

    10:00-10:55 - 4th Grade

    10:55-11:50 - 5th Grade

    11:50-12:30 - Lunch

    12:30-1:25 - Kindergarten

    1:25-2:20 - 1st Grade

    2:20-3:15 - 2nd Grace

Classroom Expectations

  • When I go to Music Class, there are four things I must do to get along with all my friends and Mr. Hall too! 

    Sing & perform my best at all times

    Take care of our instruments

    Always listen and follow directions

    Respect myself and others too


LAMP Schedule

  • Day 1 - Silver
    Day 2- White
    Day 3 -  Purple
    Day 4 - Green
    Day 5 - Gold
    Day 6 - Teal
    Day 7 - Blue
    Day 8 - Red

Teacher Tutorial Schedule

  • Daily: 7:30-8:00 a.m. - Work with speaking parts and choreography for various musicals
    Wesdnesdays: 3:25-4:25 p.m. - Choir rehearsal  
    Thursdays: 3:25-4:25 p.m. - Speaking parts and choreography practices for choir