Dear Saint Michael Catholic School Parents:
Believe it or not, the SMCS Spring Concert is only a few weeks away! I’ve continued to have a wonderful time with your children during my second year at SMCS. I can’t wait to showcase them in this more Pop oriented Spring Concert titled, “Memories”. Please see below a repeat of important reminders in order to ensure that the program runs smoothly:
The Concert is scheduled for Thursday, April 2nd at 7 PM in Duffy Center. All Pre-K through 8th grade students must report to their classrooms by 6:30 PM.
Pre-K report to Pre-K room
K - 1st report to 1st grade room
2nd - 3rd report to 6th grade room
4th - 5th report to the 5th grade room
6th - 8th report to the music room
Parents should then report directly to Duffy Center to get their seats and relax before the Concert begins!
I need K and 1st to help me by providing various water props (one each) for “Splish, Splash,” (i.e.: yellow rubber duckie, swimmies, swim ring, shower cap, or a bath towel). Please email me with what props you are able to provide so I don’t double up. For 4th and 5th, I need Brandon Welch to have lion ears, and Noah and William Walton to have warthog and meerkat ears. Let me know if you’d like me to check with the Morais and Marquez families to see if you could borrow the ears the students used for Drama Vignettes. I would love for Cade to find a real cane, if possible! Other than those props, the students may wear appropriate bright spring clothing. Bring props in by Wednesday, March 18th.
The combined rehearsals for the concert are during school hours on Wednesday, March 25th from 9am - 11am and Tuesday, March 31st from 12:30pm - 2:30pm. Please try to avoid doctor’s appointments during that time
Every voice matters, and every child adds to the group. It isn’t the same even without one!!!!! However, if you know that your child will be unable to participate, please contact me now so I can rebalance sections and reassign solos! If your child is ill and absent from school the day of the concert, they will NOT be allowed to participate. That is school policy.
Becky Hale, Music teacher