APPLICATIONS DUE FRIDAY!! Are you a junior or senior who is passionate about service, leadership, and above all else, music? Apply for Tri-M Music Honor Society! This amazing organization allows students to share their love of music while striving to improve their school and community. Serve others while helping to keep music alive within the area! This is a great opportunity to gain leadership experience and is a stunning addition to any resume! Applications are due September 13th. Contact Emily Mann for any questions. 231-769-5008
THIS FRIDAY! Sailor Salute is a required event for all MSHS Choir students. The date is Friday, September 13th beginning at 4:45pm. All participants will receive a free shirt!
Tuesday, Sept. 3rd was the deadline to sign up. Sign up is now officially closed.
REMINDER-TWO DAYS PAST DUE TODAY: Filling out the Emergency Information Record and the Parent Volunteer form online that I emailed you and your parent/guardian this summer (Here’s a link: CLICK HERE) by this coming Friday (Sept. 6th) will give you two points on your grade!
Also, turning in the iChat form with a copy of your parent/guardian’s drivers license will earn you an additional point. I’ll collect any of these now if you have them. If you need a hard copy, you can get one from me right now as well.
Finally, we also need your Choir Shoe ($30) and/or Dry Cleaning ($10) money by Wednesday, Sept. 18th. (1 point per fee returned by the deadline!) Returning choir members, middle school choir members that purchased the official choir shoe last year, as well as current HS band members do NOT need to purchase shoes–you have them already (unless you want a new pair of course).
If you got fitted for shoes at early registration and now have figured out you don’t need shoes, let me know right away as we are currently planning to order you a pair.
If you have difficulty meeting the deadline for the money owed, please have your parent/guardian email me, write me a note or give me a call. We have ways to help you out if needed…no worries!
For more detailed info. (or if you need to print off any of these forms) check out the top of the blog and re-read the Welcome back letter…it will explain everything for you!
Emergency/Information Record (online), Volunteer Form (online), iChat Form (hard copy with copy of driver’s license), $30 shoes and $10 dry cleaning for a total of +5 points!
REMINDER-OVERSEAS TOUR PEOPLE…GET YOUR PASSPORTS THIS MONTH! Overseas Tour Travelers Passport Information!
You will need to apply for your passport this month (September!) Follow this link for all the details…CLICK HERE!
CSEB APPS DUE BY TODAY (TUESDAY)!! The Choir Student Executive Board (CSEB) is looking for some creative, passionate and dedicated people to be a part of it.
The Mission of the Choir Board is:
Making our world a better place through the gift of music.
And our three goals are:
GOAL ONE: To CREATE a family atmosphere within and resonating from the choir.
GOAL TWO: To SUPPORT the many needs and demands of the choir program.
GOAL THREE: To ENRICH the lives of people by sharing our time, talents and energy.
If being a part of the choir board’s Mission and Goals connects with you, follow the link below to learn what you need to do. Everything is due no later than this week Tuesday (Sept. 10th) at 5pm!
CLICK HERE: CSEB Info and Questions-CLICK HERE!
REMINDER! The annual social event of the season is upon us once again…The fall Choir Cookout is going to be held on Sunday, September 22nd from 3pm-5pm at the Mona Lake Boat Club. Stop in and enjoy free food, flowing conversation, even toss a frisbee or get a volleyball game going if your little heart desires. DON’T BE SHY-YOU CAN COME AND GO AS YOU PLEASE SO AT LEAST MAKE AN EFFORT TO STOP IN AND EAT!
NEW! Haunted Hall build times, right now, are:
Mondays and Wednesdays-6 pm-9 pm
Saturday is 9 am to 3pm
REMINDER! The Haunted Hall is a nonprofit fundraiser, organized and managed by MSHS Teacher Mrs. Brower and her husband. A small number of organizations are invited to work at the event, with all profits being split among the organizations.
Students can work, or anyone else can also work on behalf of a student. The amount of money earned in a season is totaled, and then the dollar per hour amount is determined. Each student receives the amount they earned per hour, and this money is deposited into their scrip account. Families who really get involved have made over $1,000 is just one season! It’s possible!
Work includes setting the hall up, “scaring” during the event and then tearing it all down at the end. Time and ½ is paid for set up and teardown! Here is a link to view all of the relevant details. They include things like waivers, so make certain to look this over prior to just showing up for a shift:
FOLLOW THE LINK BELOW: