THIS WEEK'S HOMEWORK This week's homework (the last one of the year!) is on Classmarker. Please make sure you get it done by Thursday, 5/24.
Remember to turn in missing homework to the box no later than Monday, 5/21. After that, missing homework will not be accepted.
Missing a quiz? You can complete them any Tuesday or Wednesday during lunch or advisory.
BLOG MAKEUPS Missed a blog? You have one final opportunity to make up missing peer edits: Tuesday, May 22 at lunch. Please get them done by then. Here are the ones you should have done:
“Rejoice Greatly” from “Messiah”
“I’d Give It All For You” from “Songs for a New World”
“Allegro” from “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” composed by W. A. Mozart
“Piano Sonata in C Major” composed by W. A. Mozart
“I Got Rhythm” performed by Tony Bennett.
“Der Hölle Rache Kocht In Meinem Herzen” from “Die Zauberflöte”
“We Kiss In A Shadow” from “The King and I”
"Bagatelle in A Minor" ("Für Elise”) composed by Ludwig van Beethoven
“Libiamo ne’lieti calici” from “La Traviata”
“Neverland” from “Finding Neverland”
“Du Ring an meinem Finger” from “Frauenliebe und Leben”
“Bolero” composed by Maurice Ravel
“Black Coffee” performed by Peggy Lee
“Adoration” from “The Rite of Spring” composed by Igor Stravinsky
“Found/Tonight” performed by Ben Platt and Lin-Manuel Miranda
“Stars” from “Les Miserables
“Heaven On Their Minds" from "Jesus Christ Superstar”
“Rise Up My Love” from "Wedding Cantata" composed by Daniel Pinkham
“I Speak Six Languages" from "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”
“Recipe For Love" performed by Harry Connick Jr.
“Flower Duet" from “Lakme"
This week in class, you will be required to complete a sight-reading assessment (20 pts.) You will not need to do anything outside of class to prepare.
ICE CREAM SOCIAL BRING TICKET MONEY IN! Our final fundraiser of the year: an old-fashioned ice-cream social! It will be on Thursday, May 31 (rescheduled), from 4-6 pm, and will also feature the final performance of the Harmonics (beginning at 5:15 pm). Tickets must be purchased by Wednesday 5/30; you can purchase by bringing your money directly to Ms. K or online (tickets will be at will call at the event).
Tickets cost $7, which gets guests 2 big scoops of ice cream and unlimited toppings. If people complain that it is too much money, you can remind them that it *is* a fundraiser/performance AND...UNLIMITED TOPPINGS! You can now purchase tickets online at www.lincolnperformingarts.com; click here to go there now.
Harmonics: we will have another lunch rehearsal of your music on Tuesday, May 29 at lunch. Make sure that you have listened to the music before then and practiced it for yourself!
All singers: Please wear your sing shirt and black pants/skirt for our performance!
We are down to $4719.56!
We are having one last raffle. Here are the prizes you can win:
1. 4 front-row seats for graduation
2. Star Wars gift basket + 4 tickets for the Tech IMAX theater
3. Coca-Cola gift basket
4. Coffee gift basket
Tickets are $1 each/6 for $5/15 for $10. Bring your money in!
Know someone who might be willing to donate? Please share this link with them: http://www.lincolnperformingarts.com/music-other-information.html Let's get this debt taken care of!
EDMONDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSEMBLY
Our guests will be with us on Friday during 5th and 6th periods. You should have already given your answer for whether you'd like to attend 5th, 6th, or not at all. Confirm this with Ms. K on Monday.
The finals for all classes are as follows:
I. Participation in Finale Concert (100 points)
II. Memory Page Project (50 points)
Make a memory page for Miss Katemopoulos's "yearbook." It can be up to 12"x12", but should be flat enough to fit in a scrapbook.
It must include the following:
•Picture of student
•Favorite song(s) sung this year
•A little biographical information, i.e. year in school, what student enjoys doing, hobbies, etc...
•A little "yearbook"-type message
•Student signature and date
•AND...ANYTHING ELSE that you wish that will make
the page unmistakably yours: collage, poem, drawings, stickers...whatever you want!
You can design it all online and print it out if you wish, or you can use the old-fashioned technique of glue and scissors. There will be some free supplies for you to use if you wish, or you can provide your own paper/supplies.
Due: Thursday, May 31.
WORK DAYS Here are lots of opportunities for you to get needed work hours done:
Monday, 5/21: 3:15-6:15 (Music Library)
Tuesday, 5/22: 3:30-6:30 (Music Library) Thursday, 5/24: 3:30-6:30 (Costume Room packing)
Tuesday, 5/29: 3:30-8:30 (Music Awards)
Wednesday, 5/30: 3:30-5:30 and 8:30- 9:30 (Music Awards)
Saturday, 6/2: 9 am-5 pm (Costume Room, Tuxes)--PARENT HELP NEEDED THIS DAY TOO! Monday, 6/4: 3:30-6:30 (Grades, Music Library, Last needs)
Friday, 6/8: 9 am-1 pm (Last needs)
TUXEDOS Men: if you kept your tuxedo for prom, please remember to bring it back on Monday. If you don't do so, you will be charged for it.
ORCHESTRA/BAND/HOOVER CHOIR CONCERTS Help is still needed! If you're able to help at either the Band or Orchestra concert, please let me know. You'd be needed beginning at 6:45 and lasting until approximately 9:30 pm.
If you are able to help at the Hoover Choir Concert on Thursday, 5/24, please contact Ms. Arribere: email@example.com
TAKE YOUR BINDERS HOME! It's time to clean out the cubbies. Please take everything home. Anything left there after Wednesday, May 23 (except memory book pages) will be thrown away!
The Unsung Hero is someone who has selflessly gone above and beyond to help, inspire and be a positive example to his/her colleagues.
This week's unsung hero is Elle Nilson, who sings in Estetica. On Friday, Elle talked about one of her classmates at the jazz concert, but she could easily have been describing herself! She is kind, helpful and has a terrific voice!