On Tuesday, February 23rd, the YCSD Band Program will host the fourth annual District Band Concert from 6:30 – 7:30 pm in the YHS Gym. All band students grades 5-12 will participate. We hope this will be a wonderful experience for all of our students – fostering positive relationships between all levels, and allowing our youngest band students and their parents to see the full progression of our band program.
* Students, please arrive by 5:50pm.
* Please wear long black pants and a white shirt.
* Please bring a FOLDING MUSIC STAND if you own one. Put your name on it so we can return it to you.
The purpose of the evening is to reach our younger band students and their parents. We want to show them the full progression of our YCSD band program, and give them the experience of hearing what awaits their children if they stick with band.
However, as in past years, due to fire codes and the possibility of exceeding the maximum gym capacity, we ask that YHS band parents and families please not attend this concert as audience members. I apologize for this and thank you for your understanding. If it is any consolation, we will be performing selections you have already heard at our Swing Dance.
However, if you are interested in volunteering that evening, and helping us achieve this intensely logistical feat, we would love your help!
PARENT HELP NEEDED!
To make the evening successful, we need about 20 YHS Band parent helpers! Please refer to the coming e-mail from YHS Band parent organizer Maureen DiPierro outlining how you can help.
STUDENT HELP NEEDED!
Many, many students are needed to help set up the 500 chairs, help mentor the younger students, and to clean up after the concert. Sign up sheets are available in the band room (Student Help time-slots are from 1:30 – 4:30, and 7:00 – 8:30). As always, your student’s extra efforts are worth extra credit!
With your help, Bandapalooza IV will be an inspiring musical experience! Thank you so much, as always, for your amazing support!!! We are very grateful for the parents understanding, the support of the administration, and all the hard work involved to make this event (and all of our events) happen for our students!