Puttin’ On The Ritz – Learn It, Figure Out Dance Moves!

Here is a link to the drill and recording of our 3rd piece in the show….

You guys are in charge of the dance moves! That is the entire ending where the mallets are playing by themselves.

Don’t worry about the first chart – it’s more of a scatter drill (in other words – NOBODY NEEDS TO RUN INTO ANYONE ELSE!)

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Vital and Important Information!

IMPORTANT

SHOES AND SHIRTS:
We are ordering Shoes and Shirts this week so if your registration forms are not turned in WITH that information on them please click this link, then mail those forms in or scan them and email them to pshimmons@gmail.com (Even Better – email your sizes FIRST, then get the forms filled out and turned in)
REMIND (Text/email reminder service we use to remind parents and students of important information):

You can opt to get your reminders through email OR text OR even both now!

If you are NOT signed up for the correct Remind 101 Text service (which is now actually just called “Remind”) – Here are the instructions….

High School Parents – send a text to (407)378-2224 with the message @hsban
OR CLICK HERE – http://www.remind.com/join/hsban

High School Students – send a text to (407)378-2224 with the message @hsbands

OR CLICK HERE – http://www.remind.com/join/hsbands

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Pencils for Musicians!

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Take 2 minutes and Urge Members of Congress to Support the National Endowment for the Arts!

The National Endowment for the Arts is once again in danger of loosing significant funding. We need everyone possible to take 2 minutes and send their support to the Members of Congress for your area. It’s easy….

Urge Members of Congress to Support the NEA

https://www.votervoice.net/Shares/BAAAAAXZAChbHA8l3TL7FAA

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“According to a…

“According to a 2007 report in the Journal for Research in Music Education, students in high quality music programs scored 19% higher in English and 17% higher in mathematics than those without a music program. Both the College Entrance Examination Board and the National Association of Music Education found that music programs improved SAT scores later on.”

http://www.nationofchange.org/five-facts-dangerously-deluded-education-reformers-1404139047

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June 30, 2014 · 8:57 pm