Students should receive their tickets on Tuesday, 4/18. All money and orders need to be turned in to the band room by Monday, 4/24. If each family sells 10 dozen, we will earn a profit of $1000, all of which will in turn support the students in the band program.
We planned our donut distribution to coincide with Lemoore Relay for Life; pick up the donuts and then head to the stadium. Hopefully, this can work as part of your sales pitch.
We also need 4 adults and 8 students to help with donut distribution on 4/29. You may sign up here: Krispy Kreme 4/29 8:45-11:00 AM
We need a parent (cleared to drive/chaperone) to pull the percussion trailer, and we need another chaperone to ride the bus. We will also need help serving meals to the kids.
Here is the link to sign up: VOLUNTEER: WGI 2/25
This is a two show day. LHS will compete in prelims at 12:05. If they score in the top 6, they will stay and compete in finals between 7-8. We plan on feeding the kids twice, but until we coordinate with directors, I'm not sure of times. I think they will eat after each performance.
LUNCH: Sandwiches, fruit.
DINNER: Chicken alfredo
Clovis North Educational Center
2770 East International Avenue
Fresno, CA 93730
Prelims - $15
Finals - $18
Combo - $28
Non-Finalist Backside Seating - $5
We need your help! Our main staffing need will be in concessions. We also need help in hospitality, manning the doors, and selling tickets. We have many schools in the circuit coming to our school, and we need to put on a great show. Please sign up as soon as possible (so I can stop stressing about it!). There are two shifts, coordinating with the percussion and guard schedules. I am hoping guard parents work in the morning when percussion is competing, and percussion parents in the afternoon during the guard competition. That way, nobody misses seeing their child perform. Non winter season parent? Sign up for whichever works best! I've attached a document explaining each job. (It's an old form, but most of it is still the same.)
WGI Bakersfield is Saturday. We could use another chaperone, and we are also in need of a driver for the trailer. The students eat twice (after each performance), and we are always needing help with serving the meals. Please sign up here:
COOKIES: 2-3 dozen, NO NUTS!
Lunch: croissant sandwiches, fruit
Dinner: chicken and rice
Mira Monte High School
1800 South Fairfax Road
Bakersfield, CA 93307
Finals - $18
Combo - $28
Non-Finalist Backside Seating - $5
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The guard will perform in prelims, and that time is set. Their finals performance time is dependent on their placement in prelims.
SVWAA SHOW #1
1150 W Lacey Blvd.
Hanford, CA 93230
Child 12-7: $5.00
Child 6 under: Free
Season Pass: $28.00 (Lanyard Provided)
Student/Senior/Child Season Pass: $25.00 (Lanyard Provided)
- One more person to open/close barriers in the stands between performances (BONUS: You get to see the entire show!)
- Concessions help - second shift ( )
- Donations of canned sodas / small (8-oz) bottles of water for hospitality. Can be dropped off at the stadium between 12-3 .
- Two former band students to serve as judge runners. If you know of any who could help from 559-469-7515. , please have them contact me directly at
James Logan High School
1800 H Street
Union City, CA 94587
We need three people to help with the seasoning and cooking of the tri tips. You would need to be available from 11:00-3:00.
We need six-eight people to help with the wrapping of the cooked tri tips as they come off the grill. We would need you from about 1:00-4:00. STUDENTS CAN HELP HERE!
We need eight-ten people (STUDENTS INCLUDED!) to help with the distribution of the dinners and the overseeing of the bake sale. We need you from 3:30-6:30.
We need parents to drop off clearly labeled ice chests by 12:00, and to pick them up by 6:30. We will be using them to store the cooked tri tips.
We need families to buy sodas. Food Co in Hanford has Coca Coloa 2-liters on sale for $.99 through Tuesday. We are asking for regular cola only (either Pepsi or Coke). If you are able to buy some, please sign up on the volunteer spot page so we can have a clear idea of what we still need to purchase. The sodas need to be dropped off at the band room at 11:00 on Monday, 10/10.
Finally, we need bake sale donations. Individually wrapped items are needed. Please drop them off at the band room any time from 12:00 - 3:00.
After the parade, they will return to the band room where they will have a pizza dinner, generously donated by one of our booster parents.
We could use some parents to help with setting up and serving the dinner. If you can help, please be at the band room by 4:00. The kids will be fed right outside, so we will need plates and utensils set up on the tables, as well as Gatorade to be made. Here is the signup to help if you can: Homecoming DinnerFor Friday night's game, the kids will not be doing a halftime show, so we will not need a pit crew. However, they will be playing in the stands, and we will still be working the concessions booth, so all other volunteers are still needed. We are expecting a larger crowd due to it being homecoming, so we could use additional help at the concessions booth. I would like to have it staffed with 5 people for both shifts. 6:00-8:00, and 8:00-10:00. Here is the link for that: Homecoming Game
LHS orientation is scheduled for Thursday 7/29 (9th grade) and Friday 7/29 (10-12th grades).
On Thursday, freshman are welcome to attend the LINK crew welcome in the morning. However, this is not required and it is a personal decision about sending your student. During this time, they will play games and take a tour of the campus. (For what it is worth, I did not send my daughter when she was a freshman. She had already bonded with a good group of kids during band camp, and she was comfortable with the campus layout, so she attended band camp that morning instead.)
In the afternoon on Thursday, freshman will attend orientation according to the time specified on the card in their packet. Mr. McElhaney is requesting that students return to band camp as soon as they are done.
Sophomores, juniors, and seniors will attend registration on Friday, also on the time specified in their packet. This is different from past years; the band will not be going to registration all at the same time. Again, Mr. McElhaney is asking that the kids hurry back to band camp.
Be sure to take the following items to orientation, or you will not be allowed in:
- National lunch program application - required even if you think or are sure that you will not quality
- Student and parent handbook acknowledgement, signed by both student and parent
- Yellow emergency card, filled out and signed by parent (the back side of the appointment card)
- Parental consent form - filled out and signed by parent
- Parental options form - filled out and signed by parent
- Annual student health update - filled out and signed by parent
- Student information form - filled out and signed by parent