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Important Dates

Marching Band Camp Schedule

WEEK ONE:

Monday 8/13, 1PM – 9PM

Tuesday 8/14, 1PM – 9PM

Wednesday 8/15, 1PM – 9PM

Thursday 8/16, 1PM – 9PM (Parent Meeting @ 7PM – TENTATIVE)

Friday 8/17, 1PM – 9PM

Optional- Saturday, August 18th: Fun activities are being planned for students by the students, and separately, for parents by the parents- stay tuned for more details and save the date.

WEEK TWO:

Monday 8/20, 1PM – 9PM

Tuesday 8/21, 1PM – 9PM

Wednesday 8/22, 1PM – 6PM (Early Release for Concert)

Thursday 8/23, 1PM – 9PM

Friday 8/24, 1PM – 9PM (First Football Game vs Del Norte)

DETAILS:

Thursday 8/16, 7PM, Parent Meeting – TENTATIVE

Wednesday, August 22, 2018 7:30PM, San Diego Symphony Bayside Summer Nights Special Concert- Star Wars: A New Hope.  This is an optional opt-in event open to the entire music program and family.  Marching Band camp will be released early! We need to get a headcount now so that we secure enough tickets. RSVP NOW!

Friday 8/24 is a Home football game @ 5:30pm- The kids love having their own cheering section, so come and support them! Tickets can be bought at the door or at the Finance Office.

NEW TO MARCHING BAND?   Check out our Survival Guide

 

 

San Diego Symphony Tickets Last Chance to RSVP!

We are planning a trip to the San Diego Symphony! 

STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE – IN CONCERT
A Bayside Summer Nights Special Concert

Wednesday, August 22, 2018 7:30PM
Embarcadero Marina Park South

Tickets are $33 each for assigned grandstand seats!  We encourage you carpool as parking is challenging.

We need to get a headcount now so that we secure enough tickets.

RSVP NOW

This is an optional opt-in event open to the entire music program and family.  Marching Band camp will be released early!

Concert Details:

A civil war rages in the galaxy and Rebel forces struggle against the evil Galactic Empire. Join Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), Obi-Wan Kenobi (Sir Alec Guinness), Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and the quirky droid duo R2-D2 and C-3PO as the unlikely team sets out to rescue Rebel leader Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) and make use of the stolen plans to destroy the Empire’s ultimate weapon.

The San Diego Symphony Orchestra performs John Williams’ iconic score live-to-picture at Embarcadero Marina Park South!

Music Trip Spring 2019

We are excited to announce that the Scripps Ranch High School Music Program is planning a Musical Educational Tour to Hawaii.  This optional experience is scheduled for March 25-30, 2019. We have been working with Educational Discovery Tours to design a trip that will not only be a fun, milestone
opportunity for our students, but also a solid educational program designed to support the goals of our music program. Educational Discovery Tours handled the
arrangements for our very successful tour to the Pacific Northwest in the recent past, and we are excited to partner with them again.

Our students will have the opportunity to represent our community by performing publicly during their tour to the 50th state, with one of the highlight performances taking place in Pearl Harbor. We will also be participating in educational music clinics at the University of Hawaii and participating in a Cultural/Musical exchange with a local group. And of course, we will experience the many highlights of Hawaii, including: Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, Diamond Head, USS Arizona, Pearl Harbor, a beach BBQ, the Polynesian Cultural Center with Luau and much, much more!

At this time we are determining student and parent interest.  If you were unable to attend our parent meeting, your student will be sent home with the information and registration documents (also available for download by clicking here).  Please complete the yellow registration form and return it to Director Shedd ASAP.

Sign Up to Receive Important Updates from Director Shedd

This year Director Shedd is using “Remind” to send important updates, assignments, and information.

“Remind” is a free communication tool that lets teachers reach students and parents on any device.  You can join a class to receive “Remind” messages via text, email, or push notification (or any combination of these). Sign up using the appropriate class code/s:

For Marching Band, class code is @20mb17

For For Orchestra, class code is @aae8hb

For Symphonic Band, class code is @f4ff4e

To get text notifications.

Join by text:
Participants text a unique class code to a Remind phone number. For U.S teachers, the Remind number is 81010. For example, if you wanted to join a class with the class code @math, you would text @math to 81010.
Join online:
Visit remind.com/join and enter the class code along with your mobile phone number. You’ll get text notifications at the number you entered.

Get mobile app notifications.

Download the mobile app for iOS and Android devices and create a new account (or log in if you already have one.) To join a class, tap the + by Classes Joined and either join with your class code or search for your class. You’ll automatically get app notifications.

Get email notifications.

Join online:
Visit remind.com/join and enter the class code and your email address.
Join from your inbox:
Send a blank email to code@mail.remind.com. (If the class code were @math, for example, you’d send a blank email to math@mail.remind.com.) You’ll get a response with more instructions.

Congratulations to the SRHS Marching Band!

SRHS Marching Band 2017

In case you hadn’t heard the news, it’s been an unprecedented award winning season for our Marching Band! With a score of 85.4, SRHS placed second in the division finals! Our soloist took home the Soloist award and a $500 cash prize. Having only taken second place, we needed to our score to be one of the top six non-division-winning scores to advance to Grand Championships!  Only one non-division-winning 5A group outscored us, which left us in great position to make grand championships. When the 6A scores were announced, we needed the 6th place band to score less than 85.4, and that group came in with a score of 85.35! We made grand championships by five 100ths of a point! Ecstatic and exhausted, we performed again later that evening and finished 9th out of 12! We also won the Viewer’s Choice Award (not too shabby for a 21 hour day).

We have much to be thankful for this year:
To our talent Students- This unforgettable moment is due to your hard work and dedication! It was a joy to watch your show!
To Director Shedd- your tireless leadership is inspirational!
A special thank you goes to all our Coaches, and the horde of parent volunteers who helped make this possible!