11/5/21 Weekly Wrap Up

From Mr Ketterer:

Good Afternoon!

This week has been a productive week! We were able to celebrate the completion of our marching band season and continue working towards preparing for the Veterans Day and Holiday Parades. Sign up sheets have been posted for Winter Percussion, and Michael Lombo is already hard at work putting together the Winter Color Guard. If your student has not received any information about either of these groups and is interested in them, please let me know and I will get you the information.

Just a friendly reminder, if you plan on volunteering for competitions or school events you must have a CORI completed. The CORI form can be found on the district website as well as on the MBPA website. Please try to get this done as soon as you can. That way you are covered for the entire school year and can volunteer and help whenever you are able.The MBPA is looking for more volunteers for upcoming events. Please take a look at the link below and see if you would be able to help. All upcoming events are listed on the website. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0a4caaac28a3f94-20183

Important Information:

Veterans Day Parade 11/11: Permission slips have been sent home. Students will need to meet at the North Commons at 9:30. Parade starts at 10 and marches down main street to the South Commons.

Christmas Parade 11/28: More information will be provided soon.

Winter Guard: will have their first rehearsal on Monday Nov. 8, from 6:30 – 8:30 in the QMS gym. More info will be given out at the rehearsal with details about the season. If you have any questions or want additional info, feel free to message Michael Lombo at michael.lombo.

Winter Percussion Audition Schedule:

11/12: 6pm Mandatory Parent/Student meeting for students interested in participating in Winter Percussion

11/16: 6-9pm

11/18: 6-9pm

11/20: 10am-3pm * This is the final audition date. Students will be assigned a time to come and audition. After the lunch 12:30-1, students will immediately head to sectionals and begin rehearsing music.

Thank You,

Mr. Ketterer