NEW! If you missed the Allegros Informational meeting yesterday, see JaiLynn to get on the list and also to pick up a packet of information that we went over.
Here is the agenda from the meeting yesterday: CLICK HERE!
Here are the links to the videos we showed of the audition song: Favorite Vocal
Also, you need to sign up for an audition time by Friday, October 11th via Google Forms. Here is a link to the form: CLICK HERE!
Also due by the 11th, is your audition information sheet (you will NOT bring this to the audition this year). Here is a link to it (also available in hard copy form in the choir room): ALLEGRO AUDITION INFORMATION SHEET – Matilda
REMINDER! We did a thing and it was fun! Thanks for showing up!
REMINDER-LAST SAFETY MEETING IS TONIGHT! The last safety training is 7pm – 8:30pm Wednesday, 10/2. PPL Must have completed this to work scare time… can’t make it? too bad/too sad! can still work teardown…
We are excited to have you be a part of our “scream team.”
Tomorrow is the last day to order a Haunted Hall Shirt (anyone can purchase one). Order forms are on the piano.
There are also extra Waivers/Emergency contact info forms on the piano as well if you need one.
- Signing up indicates availability. It does not mean a person is scheduled. Schedules go out on Sunday nights for the upcoming weekend. Staff working is selected based on ability/talent/and Haunted Hall needs. (FYI: last year, it was not unusual for 20-30 people get turned down each evening….)
- ALL staff must attend safety training. The dates for this are below.
Returning cast: Log-in to hauntedhall.hauntscheduler.com
Newbies: Please fill out the volunteer registration form located at hauntedhall.hauntscheduler.com
Please make certain you sign up for the haunt scheduler (follow the link above to do so) for timely updates about when it’s okay and not okay to simply show up.
OLDER INFO! 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: