Monday, December 12, 2011

Music Performance Assesment important dates and times

For all 7th and 8th grade students (None of this post is for 6th grade students- please disregard this if you are a 6th grade parent/student)
Ladies: Black dress shoes (preferably closed toed), black dress pants or skirt that is at least mid-calf (preferably pants due to the performances being on a stage- we want to reduce the risk of exposure), white blouse (not cream, no stripes, bows or decorations).
Gentlemen: Black dress shoes, black socks, black dress pants, black belt, white longsleeved button-up shirt (no polos) conservative tie (nothing that lights up, makes sounds or detracts from the student looking professional).

If you need assistance getting these items for your student due to financial difficulties please contact Mrs. Vitulli or Mr. Lukac.

March 1- MPA Preview performance. Piedmont High School Auditorium 7pm. All, 7th and 8th grade students will perform at this event. It is a required performance. Failure to attend could result in a failing grade for the 6 weeks.
March 14- MPA performance at Wingate University. Do not schedule anything for any time during this day. Our performance time could be as early as 8 (which would mean we would be at Wingate by 7ish) or as late as 5pm. It is essential that we have all students present for this important performance.

7th grade students ONLY:
February 21- 3:30-5pm- Required afterschool rehearsal for 7th grade students
March 1- 3:30- until... This is the day of the preview performance. 7th grade students will stay afterschool and be escorted to the HS auditorium to rehearse for the afternoon. Students will bring in $5 to pay for dinner (pizza, chips, dessert and drink). The students will bring their black and white to school that day to change into before the concert. More details will follow closer to the date. We will need a few parent volunteers to assist with escorting the students to the HS as well as to help feed them.
March 6- 3:30-5pm- Required afterschool rehearsal for 7th grade students.

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