The 2016 shirts and shorts...
and shorts were distributed and worn as our uniform during
August and September events until our first contest. A limited number
of shirts and shorts may still available. If interested, just ask! If ordered a shirt and have not received it, let Mr. Palmer know ASAP.
If you want to have a great band, we must all have PRIDE...
this form of PRIDE will help us be more and more successful! The
upperclassmen, especially the student leaders, are expected to be the
example of this philosophy. We MUST symbolize the respect and dignity we
expect from others, especially our parents, faculty, staff, and fellow
next booster meeting is scheduled for Thursday, February 9th at 6 PM in the
bandroom. It will continue planning for the the 2016-2017 school year,
including fundraising, chaperoning, and more! We need help from ALL
parents willing to help make the experience the best it can be! Every
participating student should have a parent there to represent them.
Everyone's busy, but we need the support of our parents and community
if we want to continue to grow and prosper!!!
Highlights of 2016-17....
Cleveland Critique & Competition (9/24/16): 3rd in class; 3rd place music, effect, visual performance, percussion, and color guard
Brick Capital Classic @ Lee County HS (10/29/16): 1st in class; 1st place marching, general effect, percussion, and color guard; 2nd place drum major
White Oak Band Classic (11/12/16): 1st place color guard; 2nd place general effect and drum major; 3rd place percussion
Winner of Kenly Christmas Parade Toy Drive
1 student selected for All-District Band
Are you ready to continue writing the legacy of the 2016-17 year?
Don't let your instrument sit in the case!
PRACTICE! PRACTICE!! PRACTICE!!!
YOU DO NOT GET BETTER BY SITTING! YOU GET BETTER BY DOING!
There are no shortcuts to greatness. Keep practicing!!!!
What can YOU do to be ready?
What legacy do you want?
What do you want people to say and remember about YOUR Band?
Which is more important, fun or success?
Can you have both? How?