6th graders leading practice competition

The 6th grade band is leading the practice competition with an average of 4.56 cards turned in per student.  The 8th graders are close behind with 3.93 cards turned in per student and the 7th graders trail with 1.68 cards turned in per student.  So far, students have turned in a total of 427 cards totalling at least 6,405 minutes of practice or 106.75 hours of practice.  The winning class will earn a party at the end of the quarter.  Keep up the great work and may the best class win!

Practice Competition

Students continue to work hard preparing music for our December 3 band concert.  The 8th graders played through all of “Santa’s Fiesta” today and are making headway on “I Saw Three Ships” and “For Unto Us.”  The 7th graders are working hard on their three songs: “Christmas Celebration,” “Star of Bethlehem,” and “Go Tell It On the Mountain.”  The 6th grade band has made excellent progress on “A World Holiday Celebration,” especially the percussionists who have quite a few instruments to cover during the piece.

Band Routine

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