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Week of December 11th

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LMS Orchestras

Congratulations to the 8th grade Orchestra class on a wonderful “Giving Bach” outreach this past Thursday! Both the LMS students and the preschool students seemed to have a wonderful time. Many thanks to Becky Krantz and the whole staff of Concordia preschool for allowing us to perform and interact with your students.

Practice slips are due Monday, 12/11 (100 minutes.) Interim reports go out this week for those students who have earned a D or an F in any class.

Students will turn in practice time for this week (week of 12/11) next Monday, 12/18. They may turn in a practice slip when we return from break on Wednesday, 1/3 if they did any extra credit practicing over winter break. There will be a regular practice slip due the following Monday, 1/8.

Extra credit opportunities:

12/12: LMS Band concert, 7:30 pm, LMS Gym

12/13 right after school: students may come and help set up chairs and stands for the Elementary/PHS Orchestra concert. We should be done by 3:30 at the latest. This is worth the equivalent of a practice slip.

12/13: Elementary/PHS Orchestras concert, 7:30 pm, LMS Gym

7th graders will have a test over Unit 19 on Wednesday, 12/13 and 8th graders will have a test over Unit 40 the same day. Students may choose to play lines 1 and 2 or lines 3 and 4.

Students do not need to bring instruments to school beginning Friday, 12/15 through Tuesday, 12/19 as we will be participating in our MAPC activity.

PHS Orchestras

Congratulations to all students on a wonderful concert this past week! Excellent job to everyone.

Practice slips are due Monday, 12/11 (150 minutes.) This is the first practice slip of the new grading period.

Students will turn in practice time for this week (week of 12/11) next Monday, 12/18. They may turn in a practice slip when we return from break on Wednesday, 1/3 if they did any extra credit practicing over winter break. There will be a regular practice slip due the following Monday, 1/8.

Concert: 12/13, 7:30 pm in the LMS Gym. Students should be at LMS no later than 7:00 and go to room 806 for tuning and warm up. Students should wear their concert black for this performance.

Christmas Tree sales: We are signed up to help with the Booster Christmas tree sale this Thursday, 12/14 from 4:00-6:00. I still need one or two parents from 5:00-6:00 to help supervise. Please email me if you are available. Thank you!

 

 

 

 

 

 


Week of December 4th

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Congratulations to all students on a fantastic concert this past Thursday! Excellent job, everyone.

Also, congratulations to the 7th and 8th graders on a wonderful performance on Saturday for the Kiwanis pancake breakfast. Together with the PHS Orchestras we had over 100 students on the stage and they sounded awesome. Those students who were able to attend the Kiwanis performance, please add 60 minutes to your practice slip for this week. I appreciate your service!

Practice slips are due Monday, 12/4 (100 minutes.) Interim reports go out next week, so students have one more practice slip to turn in (12/11) before interims. Those students who have earned a D or an F in any class will have an interim report sent home.

This Wednesday, 12/6 is a half day for students. We will have odd class periods this time, so 7th and 8th graders will have Orchestra on Wednesday but 6th graders will not.

6th graders will have a test this Thursday, 12/7 over Unit 8. Students may choose to play lines 1 and 2 or lines 3 and 4.

We will be doing our first “Giving Bach” outreach Thursday, December 7th. We will be visiting Concordia Lutheran Pre-school. Please return permission slips ASAP if they haven’t been returned already. Our itinerary for this event is below:

9:30 am Load bus at LMS
10:00-10:30 am Perform at Concordia Preschool
10:50 am return to LMS

Students need to wear their blue “Giving Bach” t-shirts along with their normal school clothing (jeans, etc.) Those students with “Giving Bach” hoodies may wear those as well, but we will just wear our t-shirts for the event. Students need to bring their instrument, music, shoulder rests (violins/violas) and end pin holders (cellos/basses.) I would also ask that students bring a portable music stand that day.

Looking forward to “Giving Bach!”

A little bit of information regarding the online gradebook: there seems to be some confusion regarding “missing” assignments. If an assignment has “EC” in the title, that indicates that it is extra credit. (For example , EC Concert attendance.) If a student has not turned in extra credit, then that assignment is considered missing. However, since it is extra credit, it does not negatively impact the grade. Additionally, sometimes I enter an assignment but do not enter the grades right away. Apparently these assignments are also indicated as missing. Unless the assignment has a “0” for the grade, it is not missing, but rather it has simply not been entered yet.

There are several extra credit opportunities coming up for students. This is by no means a complete list, as there are many performances at this time of year. Students who attend a concert should get a program, get it autographed by a performer (if possible, obviously for a professional performance this may not be feasible.) Signed programs are worth 25 extra credit points, concert reviews are worth up to 100 extra credit points.

Upcoming extra credit concerts:

12/6 7:00 pm PHS Instrumental (Bands and Orchestras) Holiday concert, PHS Auditorium
12/8 & 12/9 7:00 pm PHS Choirs “A Night at the Theatre,” PHS Auditorium (this is the same concert each evening)
12/12 7:30 pm LMS Bands Holiday concert, LMS Gym
12/13 7:30 pm Elementary & PHS Orchestras Holiday concert, LMS Gym

PHS Orchestras 

Congratulations to those students who were able to participate in the Kiwanis Pancake breakfast performance this past Saturday. Together with the LMS Orchestras we had over 100 students on stage and they sounded fantastic! Those students who were able to attend the Kiwanis performance, please add 60 minutes to your practice slip for this week. I appreciate your service!

Practice slips are due Monday, 12/4 (150 minutes.) The end of this grading period is this Friday, 12/8.

Butter Braids will be delivered Monday, 12/4 at 11:00 am. Please plan on picking up your order either in the morning (give us some time to put the orders together) or after school. They need to go into a freezer asap after pickup.

Our Instrumental Holiday concert is this Wednesday, 12/6 at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium. Students should be at PHS by 6:30 pm in their concert black clothing.

We will be helping with the Booster Christmas tree sale Thursday, 12/14 from 4:00-6:00 pm. I will have a sign up for students this week. I do need some parents to help supervise for this event, as I have a conflict and cannot attend. Please let me know if you are able to work from 4:00-5:00 or 5:00-6:00 (or both hours.)

 

 

 


Concert location change!

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The LMS Orchestra “Holiday for Strings” concert will take place at Lincoln Middle School in the Gym this Thursday, 11/30 at 7:30 pm. This is a change from our other location which was the Pullman High School auditorium. Students should be at LMS no later than 7:00 for tuning and warm up.


Week of November 27th

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LMS Orchestras

Welcome back! I hope everyone had a relaxing Thanksgiving break. I’m looking forward to getting back to work with the students.

Practice slips are due Monday, 11/27 (100 minutes.) This is the practice slip from the week of 11/13; any practicing done the week of 11/20 is extra credit.

We have several performances coming up in the next few weeks. Below is a list, please note which performances apply to which grade levels and what time students should be at each event.

6th, 7th, & 8th grade: “Holiday for Strings” concert Thursday, 11/30 at 7:30 pm in the PHS Auditorium. Students should be at PHS no later than 7:00 pm and report to the music rooms for tuning and warm up. 6th graders will meet in the choir room and 7th and 8th graders will meet in the band/orchestra room. Students should wear their concert black and white clothing: white blouse or shirt with a collar (e.g. a white polo shirt or white dress shirt), black pants or skirt, black hosiery, and black shoes. All black dresses are also acceptable.

7th & 8th grade: Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast performance Saturday, 12/2 at 11:20 am in the LMS Commons. Students should be at LMS by 10:50 am and report to room 806 for tuning and warm up. Students should wear their concert black and white clothing (as described above) and they may wear festive holiday accessories if they wish. Students may eat a free breakfast if they wish, but should be at LMS early to do so, by 10:15 am at the latest. I understand that some students may not be able to attend this performance since it is on a Saturday…please just let me know asap if your child will not be at the performance.

8th grade: “Giving Bach” performance during the school day on Thursday, 12/7. We will be sharing our “mUSic” with the preschool students at Concordia Lutheran preschool for our first “Giving Bach” activity. I will send an itinerary and permission slip home with more details this week.

PHS Orchestras

Welcome back! I hope everyone had a relaxing Thanksgiving break. I’m looking forward to getting back to work with the students.

Great job to the Blue Orchestra at the WSU Orchestra Festival! The students played extremely well and received superior ratings. Many thanks to the parents (Mrs. Rector and Mrs. Kumar) who were able to help us transport the cellos and basses.

Practice slips are due Monday, 11/27 (150 minutes.) This is the practice slip from the week of 11/13; any practicing done the week of 11/20 is extra credit. The end of the second grading period is Friday, 12/8.

We have a great number of performances and other activities coming up in the next few weeks. Below is a list, please note the locations of the performances/activities and what time students should be at each event. Please be sure to wear concert black clothing for the performances: black blouse or dress shirt, black pants or skirt, (an all black dress), black hosiery, black shoes.

Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast Saturday, 12/2 at 11:20 am at LMS in the Commons. Students should be at LMS by 10:50 am and report to room 806 for tuning and warm up. Students should wear their concert black clothing and they may wear festive holiday accessories if they wish. Students may eat a free breakfast if they wish, but should be at LMS early to do so, by 10:15 am at the latest. I understand that some students may not be able to attend this performance since it is on a Saturday…please just let me know asap if your student will not be at the performance.

PHS Instrumental Holiday Concert Wednesday, 12/6 at 7:00 pm in the PHS Theatre. Students should be at PHS by 6:30 pm and wear their concert black clothing. This concert will feature the PHS Bands and Orchestras.

Elementary Orchestra “Holiday for Strings” concert Wednesday, 12/13 at 7:30 pm in the LMS Gym. Students should be at LMS by 7:00 pm and meet in room 806 for tuning and warm up. The High school Orchestra students will accompany the Beginning Elementary students and will also perform on their own. Students should wear their concert black clothing for this event.

Booster Christmas Tree Sale Thursday, 12/14 from 4:00-6:00 pm at the “O Christmas Tree” lot by the fire station. We will need 6-8 students for each hour and also 2 parents for each hour. I have a conflict and am not able to be at the sale. Parents, please let me know if you are able to help man the tree lot for an hour on the 14th. I will have a sign up for the students this week.

Butter Braid Fundraiser: students sold 219 Butter Braids for a profit of $1,095. Each student will have the amount of profit he or she earned credited toward their trip fee, as well as any donations that were brought in. Butter Braids will be delivered Monday, 12/4. I believe the delivery will take place at 11:30, so students or parents may pick up a little after that (to give us time to assemble the orders) or right after school. Butter Braids must be picked up on the 4th as they need to get into a freezer. Please arrange for someone to pick up the order!

Speaking of our trip, I have decided that it would be wise for the Blue Orchestra to attend the W-ASTA/WWU Orchestra festival in Bellingham the weekend of March 16-18, 2018 rather than try to go to Disneyland. Maybe some year we will be able to do an epic trip such as this, but I think it was a little ambitious to try this year. Going to the festival in Bellingham will be a great trip also. Parents, please let me know if you are interested in chaperoning. As for the Gray Orchestra, I am still working on a plan for their trip. I will keep you posted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Week of November 13th

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LMS Orchestras

Practice slips are due Monday, 11/13 (100 minutes.) The practice time that students do during the week of 11/13 will be turned in when we return from Thanksgiving break on 11/27. Any practice time beyond the 100 minutes for the week of 11/13 is extra credit.

Congratulations to Heaven Gebremedhin for being selected to participate in WMEA’s Junior All State Honor Orchestra! This is a very competitive process, way to go Heaven!

This year, rather than participating in a Veteran’s Day assembly, LMS produced a video to honor our Veterans. Students watched this video during their homeroom classes on Thursday, 11/9. The 8th grade Orchestra performed “America the Beautiful” for the video and did a terrific job. Here is the link to the video for those who are interested in watching: https://youtu.be/QmnAe4ET12Y

There are a couple of Extra Credit Opportunities coming up:

Greater Palouse Youth Orchestra/Cantabile String Ensemble concert: 11/11 at 7:30 pm in the UI Administration Auditorium.

LMS Choir concert: 11/14 at 7:30 pm in the PHS Theatre.

6th graders who are interested in auditioning for the percussion parts in “Rockin’ Old St. Nick” will audition on Monday, 11/13 during class over measures 1-8.

Upcoming performances for the Orchestra students:

6th, 7th, and 8th graders will perform their “Holiday for Strings” concert on Thursday, 11/30 at 7:30 pm in the PHS Theatre. Concert dress is black pants or skirt, black hosiery, black shoes, and white collared shirt or blouse. All black dresses are also acceptable.

7th and 8th graders will perform with the PHS Orchestras for the Kiwanis Pancake breakfast on Saturday, 12/2 from 11:20-11:45 (or whenever we are finished.) Students should be at LMS by 10:50 am and go to room 806 for tuning and warm up. Students should wear their black and white concert clothing and may add festive holiday accessories if desired, such as Santa Hats, etc.

Looking ahead, we will have our Solo and Small Ensemble Festival Saturday, 2/3/18 here at LMS. Students who are interested in performing and receiving a short adjudication should speak to Mrs. Covill as soon as possible. I can help pick out music, or students may choose their own music. Our judge this year is Mrs. Giselle Hillyer, who is a private violin teacher in Moscow. This is an optional event, but is a great opportunity to perform in a small ensemble setting (or as a soloist) and receive an adjudication.

PHS Orchestras

Practice slips are due Monday, 11/13 (150 minutes.) The practice time that students do during the week of 11/13 will be turned in when we return from Thanksgiving break on 11/27. Any practice time beyond the 150 minutes for the week of 11/13 is extra credit. Term 2 ends Friday, 12/8.

Congratulations to Nanette Erickson, Rebekah Heo, and Sunny Hu on their selection for WMEA All-State Honor Orchestra! This is a very competitive process. Way to go Nanette, Rebekah, and Sunny!

We will have combined rehearsal with the Band during zero period on Wednesday, 11/15 to work on our Full Orchestra music for the Holiday concert. Students who are in first period Orchestra, please try to attend zero period beginning at about 7:50 am that day.

Students received their order forms and information for our Butter Braid fundraiser Thursday, 11/9. Orders are due by Friday, 11/17. Butter Braids cost $12. Checks may be made payable to PHS. Orders will be delivered Monday, 12/4.

Extra credit opportunity:

Greater Palouse Youth Orchestra/Cantabile String Ensemble concert: 11/11 at 7:30 pm in the UI Administration Auditorium.

The Blue Orchestra will attend the WSU Orchestra Festival Friday, 11/17. We will leave PHS at 7:15 am and return at approximately 11:45 am. We perform at 8:00 am in the recital hall at Kimbrough Music building. Please come listen if you are able! Students need to bring their instrument, music, end pin holder, and money for lunch or a sack lunch. I need a parent with an SUV or van to help us transport cellos and basses. Please let me know if you are available to help with this.

Upcoming performances:

PHS students will perform with the 7th and 8th graders for the Kiwanis Pancake breakfast on Saturday, 12/2 from 11:20-11:45 (or whenever we are done.) Students should be at LMS by 10:50 am and go to room 806 for tuning and warm up. Students should wear their black concert clothing and may add festive holiday accessories if desired, such as Santa Hats, etc.

Our Holiday concert (PHS Bands and Orchestras) will be Wednesday, 12/6 at 7:00 pm in the PHS Theatre. This year we will only do one performance because the Choirs are having their own separate concert this year.

The PHS Orchestras will also perform with the Elementary students for their holiday concert on Wednesday, 12/13 at 7:30 pm in the LMS Gym.

We will sell trees for the PHS Boosters on Thursday, 12/14 from 4:00-6:00 pm. I will have a sign up sheet for students in class next week. I will also need four parents (two for each hour) to help with this, as I have another commitment that evening.

Looking ahead, we will have our Solo and Small Ensemble Festival Saturday, 2/3/18 here at LMS. Students who are interested in performing and receiving a short adjudication should speak to Mrs. Covill as soon as possible. I can help pick out music, or students may choose their own music. Our judge this year is Mrs. Giselle Hillyer, who is a private violin teacher in Moscow. This is an optional event, but is a great opportunity to perform in a small ensemble setting (or as a soloist) and receive an adjudication.

 

 

 


Week of November 6th

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LMS Orchestras

Practice slips are due Monday, 11/6 (100 minutes.) This is the first practice slip of second quarter.

There are a few extra credit opportunities coming up for students:

“The Brothers Grimm” play at PHS Friday, 11/3 and Saturday 11/4 at 7:00 pm in the PHS Theatre, also 11/4 at 2:00 pm. Student tickets are $5, Adult tickets are $10.

The Auditorium Chamber music series at University of Idaho presents “Quartetto Gelato” Tuesday, 11/7 at 7:30 pm in the UI Administration Auditorium. Those who purchase one general admission ticket will receive a youth ticket (age 6-12) free.

The Greater Palouse Youth Orchestra and Cantabile String Ensembles are having a concert Saturday, 11/11 at 7:30 pm in the UI Administration Auditorium. This concert is free!

6th through 8th graders will have a concert Thursday, 11/30 at 7:30 pm. Please be sure your child has concert clothing for this event: black pants or skirt, black hosiery, black shoes, white shirt with a collar or a white blouse. All black dresses are also acceptable.

The 7th and 8th graders will also perform for the Kiwanis Pancake breakfast on Saturday, 12/2 from 11:20-11:50 (or whenever we are done.) We will perform with the PHS Orchestras. More information will come out about this, but please be sure this event is on your calendar.

PHS Orchestras

Practice slips are due Monday, 11/6 (150 minutes.)

Gray Orchestra students will have a test over the first line of #29 in “String Calisthenics.”

There are a few extra credit opportunities coming up for students:

“The Brothers Grimm” play at PHS Friday, 11/3 and Saturday 11/4 at 7:00 pm in the PHS Theatre, also 11/4 at 2:00 pm. Student tickets are $5, Adult tickets are $10.

The Auditorium Chamber music series at University of Idaho presents “Quartetto Gelato” Tuesday, 11/7 at 7:30 pm in the UI Administration Auditorium.

The Greater Palouse Youth Orchestra and Cantabile String Ensembles are having a concert Saturday, 11/11 at 7:30 pm in the UI Administration Auditorium. This concert is free!

Our upcoming concert schedule is as follows:

Both PHS Orchestras will perform for the Kiwanis Pancake breakfast on Saturday, 12/2 from 11:20-11:50 (or whenever we are done.) We will perform with the 7th and 8th grade Orchestras. More information will come out about this, but please be sure this event is on your calendar.

PHS Holiday concert with the PHS Bands: December 6 at 7:00 pm in the PHS Theatre.

Concert with the Elementary Orchestras: December 13 at 7:30 pm in the LMS Gym.

We will sell Christmas Trees for the Boosters on December 14 from 4:00-6:00 pm. I will have a sign up sheet in class as we get closer to that event.

 

 

 


Week of October 30th

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LMS Orchestras

Practice slips are due Monday, 10/30. This is the last practice slip of the first quarter. First quarter ends Friday, 11/3. Late practice slips are due by Friday, 11/3 to be counted on the first quarter grade.

All Extra Credit is due by Wednesday, 11/1.

Extra Credit Opportunity:

The Washington-Idaho Symphony has a concert this weekend: Saturday, 10/28 at 7:30 pm in the Ensminger Pavilion on the WSU campus and Sunday, 10/29 at 3:00 pm at Lewiston High School. The Symphony will be performing “The Four Seasons” by Vivaldi with Dr. Ferenc Cszeko on violin.

The 6th, 7th, and 8th graders have a concert coming up on Thursday, 11/30. The concert will be at 7:30 pm and will either be at LMS in the Commons (if the lights are repaired by then) or at PHS in the Theatre. I will let everyone know the location as soon as I am able.

A reminder about concert clothing requirements: black pants or skirt, black hosiery, black shoes, white blouse or shirt with a collar such as a dress shirt or polo shirt.

PHS Orchestras

Practice slips are due Monday, 10/30.

The Blue Orchestra will be participating in the WSU Orchestra festival on Friday, 11/17. We will leave PHS at 7:15 am (yuck!) and go up to Kimbrough Music Building on the WSU campus. Our performance time on stage in Kimbrough recital hall is 8:00 am, and our clinic will be at 8:25 am. After our clinic, we will listen to some of the other Orchestras, and then return to PHS at 11:00 am. We would love to have an audience for our performance: parents who are able, please come and listen to us at 8:00! It’s always kind of a bummer to perform for a mostly empty recital hall. I will send home itineraries and permission slips next week for this event.

 


Week of October 23rd

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LMS Orchestras

Congratulations to the 7th and 8th graders on a fantastic concert this past Wednesday! I was so proud of the students. Great performances by all!

Practice slips are due Monday, 10/23 (100 minutes.) This is the second to last practice slip of the quarter. First quarter ends Friday, 11/3. Any late practice slips for the week of 10/30 must be turned in by Friday the 3rd.

All extra credit must be turned in by Wednesday, 11/1. This may be extra credit concert programs or concert reviews.

6th graders will have a test over the first four measures of “Rockin’ Ol’ St. Nick” on Wednesday, 10/25.

The class schedule for conference week (10/23-10/27) is as follows:

Monday: All 7 class periods
Tuesday: 1, 3, 5, 7
Wednesday: 2, 4, 6
Thursday: 1, 3, 5, 7
Friday: 2, 4, 6

There is an extra credit opportunity Monday, 10/23: PHS Band concert at 7:00 pm in the PHS Theatre.

PHS Orchestras

Congratulations to all students on a fantastic concert this past Wednesday! Excellent performances by all!

Practice slips are due Monday, 10/23 (150 minutes.)

There is an extra credit opportunity Monday, 10/23: PHS Band concert at 7:00 pm in the PHS Theatre.

The Gray Orchestra students will have a test over #25 in “String Calisthenics” on Thursday, 10/26.

 


Week of October 16th

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LMS Orchestras

Practice slips are due Monday, 10/16 (100 minutes.) There are three weeks left in the first quarter; first quarter ends Friday, November 3rd.

6th graders will have a test this Wednesday, 10/18 over Unit 5. Students may choose to play either lines 1 and 2 or lines 3 and 4.

7th and 8th graders will have their first concert this Wednesday, 10/18. The concert will be performed at Pullman High School in the Auditorium at 7:30 pm. Students should be at PHS no later than 7:00 pm in their concert black and white clothing: White blouse or white shirt with a collar, black pants or skirt, black hosiery, black shoes. All black dresses are also acceptable. The students will meet in the Choir room at PHS and will perform first on the concert. The other ensembles on this concert will be the PHS Gray and Blue Orchestras. Students and families are encouraged to stay for the remainder of the concert and listen to the PHS Orchestras.

Since the 7th and 8th graders will not have class on Wednesday due to the half day, students need to be sure to take their instruments home on Tuesday.

This Wednesday, 10/18 is a half day and we will have even class periods. 6th graders will have Orchestra that day but 7th and 8th graders will not.

Looking ahead at Conference Week (10/23-10/27) the schedule of classes will be as follows:

Monday: All classes Tuesday: Odd class periods (7th and 8th graders will have Orchestra on Odd days) Wednesday: Even class periods (6th graders will have Orchestra on Even days) Thursday: Odd Friday: Even

PHS Orchestras

Practice slips are due Monday, 10/16 (150 minutes.) This is the first practice slip of the new grading period.

We have our first concert this coming Wednesday, 10/18. The concert will be performed at Pullman High School in the Auditorium at 7:30 pm. Students should be at PHS no later than 7:00 pm in their concert black clothing: Black blouse or black shirt with a collar, black pants or skirt, black hosiery, black shoes. All black dresses are also acceptable. The students will meet in the Orchestra oom at PHS and will perform second (Gray Orchestra) and third (Blue Orchestra) on the concert. The other ensembles on this concert will be the LMS 7th and 8th grade Orchestras.

Thursday, 10/19: both classes should bring a breakfast item to share.

Friday, 10/20: Zero period will be an oboe sectional. First period will happen as normal.

 


Week of October 9th

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LMS Orchestras

Practice slips are due Monday, 10/9 (100 minutes.)

There is no school Friday, 10/13 due to a LID day for teachers.

The 7th and 8th graders have a concert Wednesday, 10/18 at 7:30 pm in the PHS Theatre. Students should be at PHS no later than 7:00 pm, wearing their concert clothing (white shirt or blouse, black pants or skirt, black hosiery, and black shoes.) This concert will also feature the Blue and Gray Orchestras of Pullman High School. It’s going to be a great evening!

Thursday, 10/12 there is a Band concert at 7:30 pm in the LMS Gym. This is an extra credit opportunity for students.

8th grade students need to have their “Giving Bach” t-shirt/sweatshirt orders in by Wednesday, 10/11. Checks may be made payable to LMS.

PHS Orchestras

Practice slips are due Monday, 10/9 (150 minutes.) The first 6-week grading period ends Thursday, 10/12.

A large number of zero period students are taking the PSAT Wednesday, 10/11. Therefore, we will not have zero period that day. Students are welcome to come in and practice if they wish during zero period class time.

1st period students will have a test Thursday, 10/12 over #26 in their “String Calisthenics” packet.

We have a concert Wednesday, 10/18 at 7:30 pm in the PHS Theatre. Students should be at PHS no later than 7:00 pm, wearing their concert black clothing (black shirt or blouse, black pants or skirt, black hosiery, black shoes.) This concert will also feature the 7th and 8th grade Orchestras of Lincoln Middle School. It’s going to be a great evening!

 


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