Practice records are due every Monday. 10 points off for every day late. If your student plays cello or bass and can not come in the morning or bring the instrument home to practice a written note should be provided explaining that and I will give a grade to your student. Students are responsible for 60 minutes of practice a week. They must be on my practice record sheet that is available in the orchestra room. No emails will be accepted for practice records. Practice records without names will be thrown away. 6th graders will not be responsible for practice records until further notice is given. If you have any questions review the syllabus or email me at [email protected]
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Students that are in the chorus have a concert on the 3rd and are not expected to attend the chamber rehearsal.
All students must be picked up at 5:20 to be able to participate in the ensemble.
The students are getting off to a great start and improving every day!
All 7th and 8th graders should be practicing for 60 minutes per week at home or in the AM orchestra period.
The AM orchestra period is from 8:30-9:00 every day.
Students that can not make this practice requirement need to bring a (weekly)signed note saying why they couldn’t meet this part of their grade.
This is a reminder that all students should be doing at least 1 hour of practice at home per week. 7th and 8th grade students turn in practice records for a grade based upon that requirement. Hope everybody had a great spring break!
Our students played their hearts out and really set the bar line for what a good performance was this year!
Please congratulate them on their superior performance!
Our students had an outstanding performance and did an excellent job representing our school! Please congratulate them on scoring all superior ratings.
Since most parents will be unable to attend our LGPE at McEachern, please come check out our performance in the Cooper theater!
We will board buses at 9:30
11:30 sight reading