Marshall

Middle School

3939 20th Ave. NW
Olympia, WA 98502
360.596.7600 (Fax 7601)
360.596.7603 Attendance

 

Marshall Choirs 2016-2017

Choir Teacher: Ms. Cathy Bennett

 e-mail: cabennett@osd.wednet.edu

Welcome! You are joining a choir with a long history of quality and excellence at Marshall.  Here is what you need to know!

Concerts: (Note that most evening concerts are on Wednesdays at 7 p.m.  They each run less than an hour. Any changes in dates or times will be immediately updated on our website.)

Thurs., Nov. 10: Veterans Day Assembly - 9 a.m. (during school)

Wed., Dec. 14:  Winter Choir Concert - 10 a.m. & 7 p.m., Marshall Cafeteria

Wed., Mar. 22:  Spring Choir Concert - 7 p.m., Marshall Cafeteria

Apr. 12: Westside Choir Festival - 7:00 p.m., Capital HS Gym

Thurs, Apr. 27: Chinook MEA Regional Choir Assessment – (during school)

Wed., Jun. 14: Choir Broadway Concert - 10 a.m. & 7 p.m., Marshall Gym

 

Conditions:

• Singers are expected to attend all concerts ~ this is a performance-based class; your concerts are

        your final exams!

  • Emergency absences from concerts will be excused ONLY with a signed, written explanation or

        email from your parent/guardian. Non-emergency absences from a concert will not be ex-

        cused and will earn no points.

• Concert clothes are required for all* performances: choir shirt and black pants. You must

        provide your own plain, solid black pants. No crop pants or skirts.  Comfortable shoes (no flip

        flops, etc.) are also required.  Black or dark shoes are better if you have them. (*NOTE: For the    

        Broadway concert in June, you need to create/buy/borrow your own costume from a Broadway

        show, or wear a white dress shirt [collar, long sleeves, buttons] with your black pants.  You have nine

        months.  Start now!)

• Singers are expected to give their best effort every day.  It is in our rehearsals where we develop

        our skills to be quality musicians and performers. Work hard to achieve success for yourself

        and your team. Your effort grade is based on your rehearsal skills, classwork, and concert

• Your achievement grade is based on skill development, projects, test scores, and concerts in which

        you demonstrate how well you meet the vocal, literacy, and performance core standards.  

•  Our classroom behavior expectation is that you work towards team success with your words and

        actions, aiming to build each other up by how you interact together.