I know we are not even done with this year, so why think about the next year already? Every year as we approach graduation we see that we will need some new leaders in many roles. Some of you may have helped out with something, and now you are ready to become the LEADER for the task.
Here are the positions we need to fill.
Parent Volunteer Coordinator - Contacts parents for help when needed by the director or Booster team; communication central for volunteer needs.
Webmaster/Social Media Leader - Updates website (using Weebly), Facebook and Twitter with communications from directors and Band Booster leaders.
Uniform Team Leader - This role is changing due to the new uniforms. Works with the Parent Volunteer Coordinator to identify parents to help with fitting and hemming. Pre-season each student needs to be fitted for a marching uniform and concert uniform. Uniforms will be hemmed only; no alterations will be made to the coats. The Marching Uniform will remain in the bandroom tagged for the student. They will check it out and in for each game, per Miss Kelsey. We need and additional 2 to 3 parents for both check-out and check-in of uniforms, along with the Uniform Leader, for this to run smoothly. If for some reason the uniform needs to be cleaned during the season, the Uniform Leader will take it to the local cleaner and return it prior to the next game. The dry cleaner will bill the Band Boosters. At the end of the season the Uniform Leader or someone delegated by the Leader will take all the uniforms to the dry cleaners for season-end cleaning. They will then be picked up and brought back to the school and stored in the uniform room for the next season.
During Marching Band Season
Home Football Game Leader - Organizes the parents who signed up to provide food, water and ice donations, and place seat covers for each game.
Here are more ways you can support the band program:
During Concert Band Season
The better organized the Boosters are for next year, the more smoothly it will be. Everyone NEEDS to sign up for something. "Many hands make light work."