|Band Booster Meeting / Fundraiser Info|
|Boosters had a great
meeting on August 13th! We had approximately 25 people present! We covered
a lot of information so I am going to try to just give you the important
points. You will be receiving a lot of information in the next couple
of weeks as we try to get the marching season started
· Concession cleaning party on August 17th @ 2pm
· Tuesday night field practices begin August 20th, 5:30-8:30pm
· First concession stand will be August 24th @ 1pm, will need volunteers to work
· August 24th Applebees Flapjack Fundraiser, 8-10am, watch for info on Facebook, and email or contact Sandra Green 918-951-2801
· Sept 3 is Band Preview Night, preview at 7pm
· No car wash on August 31st
· Booster shirts ready to pre-order, watch for more information
· 8th graders will be allowed to start working concession stands, can sign-up once all upperclassmen have signed up.
· Next meeting,
September 10th, 7pm at the football field.
Band Boosters Flapjack Fundraiser
Michelle Cross (2013-14 Band Booster Secretary)
|short sleeve tee
$12 for small thru XL These come in womens and mens sizes
$13 for 2X
$14 for 3X
$14 for 4X and so on
long sleeve tee same as short sleeve These come in womens and mens sizes
pullover hoodie $25.00 for small thru XL These are unisex sizes
$26.00 for 2X
$27.00 for 3X
$28.00 for 4X and so on
Zip front hoodie jacket $30.00 for small thru XL These are unisex sizes
$31.00 for 2X
$32.00 for 3X
$33.00 for 4X and so on
Open leg sweatpants $15.00 for small thru XL These come in womens, mens and youth
$16.00 for 2X
$17.00 for 3X
$18.00 for 4X and so on
|Band Students Attend Leadership Conference|
|Section leaders of
the Collinsville High School Band attended a leadership conference on
August 15, 2013 at Broken Arrow High School. The workshop was led by Dr.
Tim Lautzenheiser who specializes in working with young people in developing
a desire for excellence and a passion for high level of achievement through
Celebrating student contributions to the school on a regular basis provides numerous opportunities for recognition by the staff and peers and reinforces school connectedness. These opportunities are more likely to have a climate that is conducive to student leadership and learning. In turn, student connectedness to school and a positive school climate have been identified as two factors that support superior academic performance and behavior.
Congratulations to these student leaders (from left to right): Micaela Rush, Kendra Mason, Cassie Kallam, Liz Caputo, Amanda Florea, Jonathan Lord, Eric Shockley, Zac Pasco, Brianna Hadley, Bree Cross, Damia Collis, Deianira Conte, Hunter Stevenson, Alyson Byers, Brandon White.
Band Program has approved this press release.
|Blowing Off Steam?|
|I have no first hand information (of what or why) but the loud roaring sound heard all across town is apparently from what appears to be steam escaping from Darling Internation (i.e. the rendering plant) north east of town. I was at CHS Volleyball -vs- BTW in the gym for hours and heard nothing until I got home sometime after 6:30pm. Don't know when it started.There were no emergency crews visible so doesn't seem to be a big concern. -- Ted 7:30pm Friday 8/16/2013|
|The Science Of A Marble Machine|
|Collinsville Pharmacist Tharyn Nachtigal built a wooden marble machine which found its way into the CHS science class of Charlene Ganzel last week. I was taking photos instead of notes, but recall mention of inclined planes, inertia and gravity as examples of the many scientific features of the wooden "marbles in motion" contraption. I haven't had a chance to tak to Tharyn yet about this specific machine / work of art, but those of you that know Tharyn well understand he can do magic with wood (or a vacant building in historic downtown Collinsville). -- Ted Wright|