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1 GRISSOM HIGH SCHOOL August 2016 Directors: Bill Connell Theo Vernon Grissom Band Parents Association, Inc. UPCOMING EVENTS AND IMPORTANT DATES August 19, 7:00 pm GHS vs Arab (Band will NOT travel) August 22, 7:00 pm Monthly Band Parent Meeting, GHS Band Room August 23, 11:00 am 9:00 pm Steak Out Band Spirit Day (p. 9, 13) August 26, 7:00 pm GHS vs Milton Frank Stadium September 2, 7:00 pm GHS vs Milton Frank Stadium (HOME) September 5 Labor Day No school Percussion & Color Guard WILL rehearse September 9, 3:30 8:30 pm Ron Carter Jazz Clinics (p. 4) September 9, 7:00 pm GHS vs HT (Band will NOT travel) September 14, 3:30-5:30 pm FOOTBALL Band rehearsal for homecoming (additional rehearsal) Thurs, Sept. 15, 7:00 pm GHS vs Gadsden Milton Frank HOMECOMING GAME Friday, Sept. 16, 3:30-5:30 pm Contest Band rehearsal (in place of Thurs. Sept 15) September 17 Homecoming Dance September 19, 5:00-9:00 pm Rosie s Spirit Night (p. 9, 14) September 23 Student 1/2 Day Contest Band Rehearsal September 24 Tri-State Kudzu Klassic Festival of Bands (p. 2, 4, & 11) Marching Band Russellville HS September 26, 6:00-8:00 pm Marching Band performs at Whitesburg vs. Hampton Cove September 30, 7:00 pm GHS vs James James Clemens

2 President s Message Welcome or Welcome back everyone to the Grissom Band Family! I hope everyone had an awesome summer and is rested and ready for school! The band has already been pretty busy all summer with a variety of camps and workshops, starting with Rookie Camp in May and culminating with Band Camp at the end of July. I hope everyone attended the Parent Preview Show at the end of band camp; I am always amazed at how much our kids achieve musically and marchingly in such a short amount of time. The pregame and contest shows are really special this year, and I am looking forward to seeing the heights the directors and student leaders will take the band to this year! The evening was made even better by what s becoming our annual BBQ dinner made by our in house BBQ pit masters the Antons, and our super chef Kontina Tate. I hope this family reunion tradition keeps going for years to come! A special thanks to Karen Peterson for coordinating this great event again! I hope by now your children (and hopefully you) have adjusted well into the routine of school and evening band practices. If not, hang in there, it will work itself out soon! Just know that the dedication and sweat our kids put in to the 100s of hours of practice will pay off in numerous highlights and achievements during the marching season. I know for me, our patriotic Pearl Harbor show will hold a special place in my heart for a couple of reasons and I hope it will do the same for you, our students and their audiences. For me, there is no place I would rather be on a crisp fall Friday night than watching our band, the Tiger Band, do their thing perform with emotion, dynamics, and class! I can t wait and I hope you can t too! at Russellville High School and the second is Saturday, October 22 nd at Jacksonville State University. These are great opportunities to invite family and friends to see the band at their peak during the marching season! As you probably know, the Grissom Band Parents Association (GBPA) is the body that keeps this great band program going. It is YOUR organization run, paid, and resourced by you! Our band program gets minimal financial support from the school system so we depend on the GBPA as a pure volunteer organization to provide the manpower and funds to keep us going. We rely on you and your family to help it work to support the directors in maintaining the standards of excellence for which this program is known. I look forward to seeing you all at our first GBPA meeting on Monday, Aug. 22 th at 7pm in the GHS Auditorium. One change this year we are reducing the number of GBPA meetings across the year. Right now we plan to have them on the fourth Monday of the month in August, October, January, March and April mark your calendars! We have a great year of events and fundraisers lined up and we hope that you will come out and help lend your skills and expertise to support these events and our committees. As always, if you have any suggestions, concerns or questions, please don t hesitate to contact me. Thanks, Kennedy Edwards I encourage you to come out on every football Friday (and a few Thursdays) to support your child and the band. In addition to a full schedule of football games, we also have two marching competitions in which the contest band will be performing. The first is on Saturday, September 24 th PAGE 2

3 Executive Board: President: Kennedy Edwards 1st. Vice President: Karen Peterson 2nd. Vice President: Dan Detrick Treasurers: Lisa Heise & Bill Ward Secretary: Marianne Osterbauer Committee Chairs Band Banquet: Kelly Black Chaperones: Tania Cowart Color Guard: Crista Meeks Concerts: Rachel Marshall Fruit Sales: Scott & Amy Anton Historian: Clayton Newkirk Hospitality: Kontina Tate Instrument Rental: Kris Shustack Newsletter: Shari Bahder Publicity: Donna Harper Scrip: Dana Terry Spirit Wear: Michelle Sammarco Stadium Setup: Talley Laflamme Transportation: Crista Meeks Trucks: Cameron Grace Uniforms: Anna Grace & Beverly Olmsted Ways & Means: Amy Anton & Michelle Gentry VBC Coordinator: Melanie Griffin Webmaster: Theo Vernon Directors Notes August 2016 We re off and running! The marching season has begun and we will have our first performances at the Grissom vs. Lee on Friday, August 26th at Milton Frank stadium. We hope to see YOU there!! We also hope the start of the new school year has been a smooth one for you and yours. Things at Grissom are going well and the band is rockin! So many things happen to make this machine work and it s all due to the tremendous support of our band parents association and its members: YOU! Please volunteer to help in some capacity because these students deserve it. They work very hard to provide the best possible musical experience for everyone. Please support them!! We are having fun with the Pre-Game Show and the Contest Show this year. There are many aspects of this year s contest show that will gradually be added and tweaked. It takes time and we will surprise you with something new every week! We may be asking for you to help later on with either costuming, painting our platforms, loading equipment, driving trucks, chaperoning events, etc. We have a terrific set of parents and students that make the Grissom Band what it is and has been for the past 47 years. Let s continue this great tradition! Music memorization checks Notes from the Directors Our student leadership members have been checking memorization for the Pre-Game show music this past week by listening to individual students play Raise Your Glass, The Star Spangled Banner and Tiger Rag. The Contest Show music will be checked this week and continue through the next few weeks. If a student does not pass off their music for their section leader, they will pass it off to the directors. Please stress the importance of this at home as well as continuous, consistent daily practice on their instrument/equipment. All-State Band, District Honor Band, and All-State Jazz Band music is posted We want to encourage all students to audition for these state sanctioned activities. It will be a very positive experience for them. Go to for all of the materials and information. All-State Jazz Band auditions are to be recorded on a CD and are due by November 7th. All-State and District Honor Band auditions are January 27. There are fees associated with the auditions and deadlines to turn them in that will be announced later. PAGE 3 (Continued)

4 Football Games (Required Attendance) We have a rehearsal on the day of each game (home and away) that we attend from 3:30-4:15pm. Those are required attendance. No rehearsal equals no performance at the game that night. The band will wear their khaki shorts, orange band polo and white shoes for the games on August 26, September 2. Students are to be at Milton Frank student by 6:00 PM for these games. We will not attend the away game on September 9. We will begin wearing full uniforms at the games on September 15. Students will be at Milton Frank at 5:45 for all home games in full uniform. We take buses to all out of town games that we attend. We have the after school rehearsals for these games also (see above). Students will not leave school after rehearsal and are not allowed to drive to these games. Everyone rides the bus. The students will be fed prior to departing for the game. Please check the band calendar for all marching band rehearsals, football games, and marching contest Saturdays. Students will need LONG BLACK socks (no hairy ankles showing!!) when we begin wearing the uniforms and a plain black t-shirt with as little writing as possible on it to wear underneath the jacket. Black gloves will be sold prior to each game starting September 15. Colored t-shirts show at the collar and looks very bad so please get some cheap black t-shirts. We will not attend the game during fall break (October 7). Marching Contests (Required Attendance) On Saturday, September 24 and Saturday, October 22 the Contest Band will compete in marching competitions at Russellville High School and Jackson State University. This is an all-day event! A schedule will be posted and sent home the week of each contest. There will be a rehearsal in the morning/early afternoon with afternoon departure and late return to the school. ALL MARCHING BAND MEMBERS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND THESE EVENTS!!!! We hope that all of you can come see both of these shows to support our students. Contest Show Themed T-Shirt Deadline to order the themed t-shirts is August 30th. Order forms are posted on the band website, available in the band room, included in this newsletter, and have been ed. Get cha one! Jazz Clinics with Mr. Ron Carter On Friday, September 9 the jazz band students will be treated to jazz clinics conducted by Mr. Ron Carter who is one of the most well-known jazz educators in the United States. He travels all over the country and world teaching jazz and spreading the love of music to thousands of students. We are so excited to have him share his talents and passion for music with our jazz band students. Please send in $10 to help defray some of his expenses. Make your check out to GBPA and put Ron Carter in the home along with the student s name so we know who to credit it to. Here s a basic schedule: B Jazz - 3:30-5:30pm Dinner at school - 5:30-6:15pm A Jazz - 6:30-8:30pm Both jazz bands will need to be at both sessions to learn from Mr. Carter. Clinics will be held in the band room and dinner will be in the lunchroom. I encourage any and all parents (not just jazz parents) to come observe Mr. Carter in action. You will certainly enjoy it! PAGE 4 (Continued)

5 Hawaii Those of you traveling with Grissom Band to Hawaii are reminded to get/keep your payments up to date. We are rapidly closing in on the cutoff date in order for you to go on this trip! Gateway must finish their reservations for all the activities etc. that we are doing soon and must have your $$ to do so. Please encourage your children that are going with us to do some research on the events of December 7, 1941 in Hawaii. We will make several presentations for them at school, but any background knowledge they have will certainly enhance their trip. It will be an event they will remember for the rest of their lives!! ESSA ACT Please consider attending this meeting. This funding will be distributed from the state and this committee will decide how it is disbursed and assessed. Our Alabama Music Educators Association Board will be attending each meeting and we hope you can attend the one in Huntsville. Each meeting will be from 6-7 PM and then questions will be answered. Signs and posters would be a great addition - MUSIC is part of a WELL ROUNDED EDUCATION! This is our chance to do something to support music education!! We have rehearsal that evening or else we would be there. Please go and show your support for MUSIC education!! September 6 Huntsville City Schools - The Academy for Academics and Arts - Mr. Pat Stegall (AMEA Board Member) will be in attendance. WHAT: The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) replaces the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law and affords states greater flexibility. The ESSA encourages states and schools to innovate and at the same time maintain a focus on accountability, an emphasis on state and local systems of improvement, and a more balanced assessment system. The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Community Engagement Tour will highlight the benefits to Alabama public school students and professionals as well as detail how ESSA will complement Alabama s Plan WHO: Members of the Every Student Succeeds Act Implementation Committee will provide an overview of ESSA, which continues to build upon the framework the Alabama State Department of Education has established for preparing Alabama students for college or career upon graduation from high school. Appointed by Governor Robert Bentley, the committee is comprised of educators, lawmakers, school board members and parent advocates. Upon conclusion of the presentation, attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback to ESSA Implementation Committee members on how Alabama can develop a more equitable K-12 public education system. The committee s work will continue throughout 2016, culminating with a final recommendation made to Governor Bentley, followed by a vote of the Alabama State Board of Education. WHEN: The Every Student Succeeds Act Community Engagement Tour will be hosted at eight school systems throughout the state. All tour stops will begin at 6 p.m. and end at 7 p.m., followed by a 30- minute Q&A session. September 6 Huntsville City Schools - The Academy for Academics and Arts 4800 Sparkman Drive NW Huntsville, AL INFORMATION: To learn more about ESSA, visit the Every Student Succeeds Act page on the Alabama State Department of Education website, the Every Student Succeeds Act Implementation Committee page. Follow the ESSA Community Engagement Tour on Twitter at #ESSAAlabama. PAGE 5

6 UNIFORMS Welcome back veterans and welcome to our new students and their families! Thank you, thank you, thank you to all of you who came and helped with the uniform fitting. We could not have done it without your help. Some important information to pass along to you about the football games: The first few games the students will be wearing khaki shorts, white tennis shoes, white socks and the band polo. Please make sure that the shorts meet the school dress code. As they begin wearing their marching uniforms they will need to wear black crew socks (NOT ankle socks), their black marching shoes and black gloves. The gloves will be sold at each game for $3 a pair. Parents, while your child is in uniform, they are not allowed to eat or drink anything except water. Make sure they take their time after the games to hang up their uniforms properly on their hangers. If they need to learn how to do this then they can see one of us or any upperclassman. It is very important that we take care of the uniforms to help make the band look as great as they truly are for years to come. If you are looking to plug in somewhere, this is a great place. At the games or behind the scenes there is plenty to do. We need a lot of parental support to keep these kids looking good! Please feel free to us at and we ll be happy to answer any questions you may have. We will be taking final orders for the band polos at the upcoming band parents meeting. Payment is due upon order. Anna Grace and Beverly Olmsted Uniforms PAGE 6

7 NOTES FROM THE TREASURERS Thanks to all who are current on your band fee payments. We greatly appreciate it! Timely payment of fees is critical to support the band steadily throughout the year. It allows us to make payments and purchases to support all of the activities and events our kids do. Just as a reminder, a 20% late fee will be assessed on September 15th for accounts that are not up to date or have not set up an alternative payment plan with the treasurers. For those who have set up a payment plan, no penalty will be assessed if you have kept current with your payment plan. The next required payment is due on September 1st for the Away Game Package fee of $25. All Marching Band and Color Guard students must have their Away Game Package fee paid and, if applicable, their Marching Shoes fee paid in order to participate with the marching band at the football game scheduled on August 26th. There are several payment options: 1. Payments made by check to GBPA can be placed in the Treasurer s Box in the band room or mailed to the GBPA post office box: GBPA, P.O. Box 4335, Huntsville, AL Please make sure to include the student s name and the purpose of the payment clearly on the check. 2. Pay using PayPal through Charms. Note: a processing fee of 3.3% will be added to cover fees imposed by PayPal. 3. If you need a payment plan, and have not contacted the Treasurers, please them your request at You can check your balance at any time in Charms. If you need assistance accessing your Charms account, you can contact any of the band board members for assistance. Grissom Band Treasurers Scrip News By taking advantage of the Scrip Program, you can earn money for the band and your student s account simply by using gift cards for your regular monthly shopping. You purchase and spend gift cards at their face value. The card are sold to the band at a discounted rate. Your student earns 40% of this discount and the band gets the other 60%. Attached is a list of cards we keep in stock. You can see a complete list of cards online at We can order any of these cards for you as well. You may order by completing the traditional order form attached, or you may set-up an account at to order online. The GHS Band enrollment code is: 386E4BBE8924. Please let me know if you have any questions at Dana Terry and Amber Hoffmeyer will be at the band parent s meeting to assist you or answer questions, and we will be happy to meet you at other times. PAGE 7

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9 FUNDRAISING Spirit night with Steak Out on August 23rd! Steak Out will be honoring flyers for Grissom Band Spirit Night on orders from 11 AM to 9 PM on the 23rd, so lunch orders will also count toward our total! (See flyer at the end of this newsletter for more details.) Spirit night with Rosie s on September 19th! Rosie s will be honoring flyers for Grissom Band Spirit Night on orders from 5 PM to 9 PM on the 19th. (See flyer at the end of this newsletter for more details.) SPIRIT WEAR and GRISSOM GEAR FRESHMAN PARENTS! We would love to get to know you and serve the band together! The Spirit Wear Committee is a GREAT way to get involved and catch the spirit! Our busiest time of the year is NOW, so a few temporary extra hands are appreciated. We need 1-2 additional volunteers who would be willing to help with a few specific tasks during marching season, such as providing extra hands to help us at the sales tables at football games (pre-game and through 1st Quarter) and pre-/post- band events (GBPA meetings, band concerts). You can volunteer at the Parent Meeting on August 22nd. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the Spirit Wear Committee, please feel free to us at Amy Cabra and Sharon Morgan Spirit Wear Committee Co-Chairs PAGE 9

10 Volunteer Opportunities band bulletin board There are lots of volunteer opportunities available during Marching Band season as well as throughout the year!!! Some of the committees who always need volunteers include: Uniform Committee Anna Grace and Beverly Olmsted, Chaperone Committee Tania Cowart, Truck Committee Cameron Grace, Stadium Set-up Committee Talley LaFlamme, Hospitality Committee Kontina Tate, Concerts Rachel Marshall, Band Banquet Committee Kelly Black, There will be sign-up sheets at the Band Parents Association Meeting on August 22 for each of these committees. If there is a committee you are particularly interested in being a part of, please sign up or contact the Committee Chair. Being part of a committee is a great way to meet other Band Families and to contribute your talents to help our Band Students. If you do not sign up for one of the committees, there will still be requests for volunteers going out throughout the year that we would love for you to be a part of. We currently have one URGENT need for a Shadow for our Chaperone Committee Chair position. This will be Tania Cowart s last year as a part of our Band Family and we desperately need to find someone to shadow her now so the individual can gain experience during football season and know what is expected next year. This position requires someone with lots of energy and the ability to organize and take control of situations. If you would like to volunteer for this position, please contact Karen Peterson at as soon as possible so we can get you involved in the Football Season Chaperone responsibilities immediately. Karen Peterson, Hospitality Hello everyone & welcome back!!! I hope that all of you had a great summer. We re off to a great start this year. We are still in need of cases of water. I m asking each band member to send in at least 2 cases of water. There are many different areas in hospitality that you can help with throughout the year. There will be a volunteer sheet available for you to sign up for hospitality at our first band meeting. Please include your contact number & address. I m looking forward to another fun year & working with you all! If you have any questions please contact Kontina Tate at or (256) Kontina Tate Hospitality Lead Chaperones Interested in chaperoning an Away Football Game or a Contest Band Marching Competition? Chaperone sign-up sheets for the upcoming fall events will be at our August 22nd Band Parent Meeting at 7 PM. Come early to sign up chaperone spaces are limited! Questions? Contact Tania Cowart PAGE 10 (Continued)

11 band bulletin board Bus Transportation to Tri-State Kudzu Klassic Festival of Bands The Grissom High School Marching Band will be participating in the Tri-State Kudzu Klassic Festival of Bands Marching Band Competition at Russellville High School, Russellville, Alabama on September 24th. This year, the Band Parents Association has the opportunity to offer bus transportation to band parents/families for $40 per person/seat to travel to this competition. This offer is limited to the first 50 people who respond and pay by August 22nd and we must have at least 30 people take advantage of this opportunity to do this. This opportunity not only allows for a leisurely ride to the competition and time to fellowship with other band families, it also includes your ticket to the competition ($5 value), a savings of $5 per car parking fee, and a no stress parking spot. Please note that while this bus will be traveling with the buses our Band students are traveling on, no Band students ill be riding on this bus. Any children must be accompanied by an adult guardian. Also, anyone chosen to officially chaperone for this trip will be placed on buses with the students at no cost, so if you plan to chaperone, please do not sign up for this offer. As long as we get the minimum number of people to participate (30) by August 22nd, any remaining seats will be available after that date if you do not sign up by the deadline. If you would like to take advantage of this opportunity, please complete the form attached to this newsletter and to Karen Peterson by August 22nd. Names will be prioritized in the order received. Payments to match the s must be placed in the Band Room Treasurer s Box by the end of the Band Parents Meeting on August 22nd or you will be placed at the end of the list. Trucks We are ready for the season to begin! We still need some drivers for our performances this fall. No special license is needed. No heavy lifting required. Just a few hours of your time. We also have trailers that need to be pulled. If you have a vehicle suitable for towing or you are willing to drive a truck, please contact Cameron Grace at You can also volunteer at the Band Parents meeting on August 22. Cameron Grace Ways and Means Amy Anton and Michelle Gentry are Co-Chairs for the Ways and Means committee this year. This committee coordinates most of the fundraising, so if you have any questions or would like to volunteer, contact them at VBC Volunteers Earn Credit Toward Your Student s Fees!! Students and parents can work concessions at various VBC events ALL YEAR LONG and receive $5/hour credit toward the student s account. Open to students age 16+, parents, grandparents and anyone interested in earning credits for their student. Visit the VBC website for event specifics. Playhouse events are not open for Band volunteers. Please request as a shift times available instead of by specific event times. Contact Melanie Griffin at and/or Dan Detrick at to volunteer. Publicity If you have a student, or know of a student who has graduated from the Grissom band program and has gone on to play in band at the collegiate level, please their name and information about the school they are attending to Larissa Chastain at: Thanks! PAGE 11

12 Bus Transportation to Tri-State Kudzu Klassic Festival of Bands Reservation Form Number of Seats Reserved: Names of Person(s) traveling: Primary Point of Contact Phone/ PAGE 12

13 Tuesday, August 23rd 11 AM until 9 PM Let Steak-Out do lunch & dinner today 15% of your check total* will be donated to support our Grissom Band. Present your delivery driver with a flyer OR Let your cashier know that you are participating in Spirit Night for Grissom Band Delivery or Pick-Up $8.00 Minimum All Locations N. Whitesburg Dr. (near Governors Dr.) S. Whitesburg Dr. (South Huntsville) Jordan Lane NW Shelton Road (at Madison Blvd.) Hwy 72 at Slaughter Rd. *donation percentage is applied to order total to order before sales tax

14 Grissom Band Spirit Night at Monday, September 19 th 5:00 until 9:00 PM Join us at Rosie s on South Memorial Parkway for dinner. Bring all your family and friends! Let s raise some Cash!! Each guest must present a flyer to participate. Flyers will be available at the Rosie s hostess stand on the night of your event. Rosie s Cantina 7540 South Memorial Parkway

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