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News Schedule

The current weekly schedule may be accessed in the Charms calendar. Charms Calendar.  Click on the event to open information about it.

October 14
TWO WEEKS AT A GLANCE
For Instrumental Music

Weekly items for this week include::

  • TUESDAY: Band PE 3-5
  • WEDNESDAY: Band PE 3-5
  • THURSDAY: Band PE 6-9
  • FRIDAY: No School
  • SUNDAY: Applebees Pancake Breakfast Fund Raiser 8a-10a

Next week includes:

  • TUESDAY: Band PE 3-5
  • WEDNESDAY: BSR Pictures (at Ramona) & RUSD BAND EXTRAVAGANZA 2:30p - 9:00p
  • THURSDAY: Band PE 6-9
  • FRIDAY: BSR at HOME FOOTBALL GAME: 5-10:15p (Middle School Band Night)
  • SATURDAY: BSR at LOARA BAND REVIEW & FIELD TOURNAMENT: Glover Stadium Anaheim 9a-11:30p; the final itinerary will be posted on the event calendar when the performance time is available.

 

 
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October 12
APPLEBEES PANCAKE BREAKFAST
Sunday 10/20

Students have tickets to sell, and / or work as servers during the event. Come join us for breakfast on Sunday, October 20!



September 9
DRESSING OUT FOR PE
Band PE Class

P.E. classes require students to "dress out", What is needed for a BSR member for "dressing out"?

  • Name tag: The name tag contains dot sheets and chips which are used to learn new drill (all rehearsals)
  • Member shirt: Required only for Thursday night rehearsals (Thursdays only)

Per department policy, students don't earn grade credit when not "dressed out". The P.E. department policies are used for Band P.E. as well.



August 25
HOME GAME CONCESSIONS
Donations and Volunteers Needed

This is a big fund raising event for the BSRIMA! We are allowed to operate the "away side" snack building for all home games. Volunteers are needed to work the concession building for the home game this Friday. Donations help the BSRIMA multiply your small donation into funds that provide instructors, services, and equipment for the band program.

Donations:

  • Flutes: Nacho Cheese (large can) or No Bean Chili (large can), or Jalapeno peppers
  • Clarinets: A box of wrapped candy (sour or chocolate)
  • Saxophones: Gatorade
  • High Brass: Variety Pack Chips (spicy sell the best)
  • Low Brass: 12 pack canned soda (no diet)
  • Percussion: Water
  • Auxiliary: Cookie or cracker Variety Packs

Once again, the BSRIMA can multiply the value of your donation by 50% or more!

 

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7/25/15
BSR ALTERNATES
Alternate Policy

The first alternates are those students that do not attend band camp, or qualify a spot. Eventually the alternates are those members with the worst attendance after school starts. Alternates still attend and march at all rehearsals (Band PE class), and play at all school performances.

  • Alternates march at home football games
  • Alternates perform at noon rallies and assemblies
  • Extra credit can be earned by attending competition performances and helping move equipment to warm up, field, and to the trailers
  • Alternates can earn a permanent position with outstanding attendance and marching up to standard


2/20/16
CHAPERONS
Needed at Most Events

Chaperons are needed for most events. It is very important to have at lease one parent available to help out in the event that the teacher needs help when at an event. There are times when a parent needs to stay with students when a director needs to take care of a problem, meet with judges, or any number of other things.

EXAMPLE: All winter guard shows need a chaperon as Mr. Jackson typically takes the floor and cart in his truck. The parent needs to ride the bus and check the students in at the show if the truck has not arrived in time.

Sign up to be a chaperon by clicking on the multicolored hand next to the event.

Posted 2/20/16



FASTEST GROWING
Youth Activity In America!

You guessed it. Its marching band! In this video from the tv show, The Doctors, they explain sports injuries and the precautions the marching activity takes to prevent them. The Doctors (2:05)

Posted 8/11/16



"CONCERT BLACK"
Proper Concert Attire

GIRLS
Dresses and skirts must be calf length or longer.
Dresses must be black (not polka dotted, striped, etc.).
All clothing chosen MUST cover the girl. Dresses designed to attract attention are not appropriate.
Girls may also wear black slacks and a black blouse.
Shoes must be black.

BOYS
Dress pants (slacks) are black. No jeans.
Shoes are black - wear your marching shoes if they still fit. No sneakers, sports shoes, etc.
Shirt: Dress shirt with collar.
Tie: All black.

Posted 2/20/16

       
       

 

 

BSR ITINERARY LINKS

Itineraries are now available on the Charms Calendar.

Click on the event listed on the calendar to access itinerary information

 
 

BSRIMA Officers

President
 | Tomas Alcaraz
VP Aux
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VP Band
 | Lisa Carty
Secretary
 | Nicole Petty
Treasurer
 | Cheryl Keough

BSRIMA Committees

Chaperons
 | Tina Greenstreet
Fundraising
 | Kim White
Glen Helen Ampitheater
 | Priscilla Flores
Uniforms
 | Kim White
Props
 | David Carty
Trailer Dads
 | TBD

 

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