Make Up Procedures
Each performance is a demonstration of musical skills by the students.  Since band is a class, and performances are a part of the learning process as well as graded public demonstrations of skills learned, attendance and participation at each performances is expected, required, and graded. 

Concert Make-Up Procedure:  If a student misses a concert performance for any reason, they will perform the music from the missed performance for the band directors and a group of at least five other students of the performing student's choosing in order to demonstrate the skills that would be demonstrated at the live performance.  Music must be performed as if it were at the concert including any aleatoric portions, singing, or other non-standard sections. Students/parents should notify the directors before missing a performance and should schedule a make-up performance time with the band directors as soon as they return to school after the missed performance.  The district policy for students turning in make up work after an absence is 2 days for each day absent.

Parade Make-Up Procedure:  If a student misses a parade performance for any reason, they will perform the music from the missed performance for the band directors and a group of at least five other students of the performing student's choosing in order to demonstrate the skills that would be demonstrated at the live performance.  In addition students, must make up the time missed (2 hours) by practicing in the band room, or helping the band directors organize, file music, sort music, complete inventory, or basic tasks around the band room.  This should be done outside of regular school hours and can be done in 20 or 30 minute chunks until the time is made-up.  Students/parents should notify the directors before missing a performance and should schedule a make-up performance time with the band directors as soon as they return to school after the missed performance.  The district policy for students turning in make up work after an absence is 2 days for each day absent.

Basketball Pep Band 
Make-Up Procedure:  Each student is assigned to perform at 2 of 4 basketball pep band performances in 1st semester and 2 of 4 basketball pep band performances in 2nd semester.  If the student misses their assigned game, they must attend and perform at two games that they are not assigned to during the same grading period.  Student who miss a Basketball Pep Band performance due to other school activity (clubs, athletics, other...) they must fill out the online Pep Band Conflict Form before the missed performance and they will be excused from their band obligations for that event.

Football Pep Band Make-Up Procedure: 
If the Pep Band Performance that was missed was Pre-Game Only:
Option 1:  Spend one hour (60 minutes) helping the band directors organize, file music, sort music, complete inventory, or basic tasks around the band room.  This should be done outside of regular school hours and can be done in 20 or 30 minute chunks until the time is made-up.
Option 2:  Perform with accuracy, your instrument parts for 5 pep band tunes of your choosing for the band directors.  Schedule a time with Mr. Singer or Mr. Wilson for this option.  Generally, before school, after school and lunch times will work.
Option 3:  Attend a performance, in which you are not performing, but others are performing on your instrument. After you attend the performance, write a one page typed performance review that contains:  Who performed or what group performed?  Do you personally know anyone in who performed? What type of ensemble was it (band, orchestra, solo, duet, etc...) Where was the performance?  What music did they perform?  What was the quality level of the performance?  What led you to that conclusion?  How could the performer(s) made the performance better?  Was it an enjoyable performance?  If you were performing in that performance, would you be proud of your performance?  Did you see or hear anything that will change your approach to your instrument?
Please use Google Docs for this performance review and share with Mr. Singer & Mr. Wilson.

If the Pep Band Performance that was missed was Pre-Game and Halftime:
Option 1:  Spend two hours (120 minutes) helping the band directors organize, file music, sort music, complete inventory, or basic tasks around the band room.  This should be done outside of regular school hours and can be done in 20 or 30 minute chunks until the time is made-up.
Option 2:  Perform with accuracy, your instrument parts for 10 pep band tunes of your choosing for the band directors.  Schedule a time with Mr. Singer or Mr. Wilson for this option.  Generally, before school, after school and lunch times will work.
Option 3:  Attend two (2) performances, in which you are not performing, but others are performing on your instrument.  After you attend the performance, write a one page typed performance review for each performance that contains:   Who performed or what group performed?  Do you personally know anyone in who performed? What type of ensemble was it (band, orchestra, solo, duet, etc...) Where was the performance?  What music did they perform?  What was the quality level of the performance?  What led you to that conclusion?  How could the performer(s) made the performance better?  Was it an enjoyable performance?  If you were performing in that performance, would you be proud of your performance?  Did you see or hear anything that will change your approach to your instrument?
Please use Google Docs for this performance review and share with Mr. Singer & Mr. Wilson.