Newsletter

February 2018

Dear KG Parents,


Thank you to all the parents that spent time during the winter break to complete the Illinois State Board of Education’s 5-Essentials climate survey for KG. We were able to reach beyond the minimum participation level required gathering a significant portion of parents’ feedback from Kelvin Grove. Students in 8th grade will be participating in an additional survey this year called the Illinois Youth Survey (IYS). This is a completely anonymous survey designed to measure adolescents usage and attitudes toward tobacco, alcohol, and drugs. We are attempting to gauge the effectiveness of the GREAT program which is done with the support of the Lockport Police Department.


Students completed the second benchmarking period of the district’s Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) assessment in the middle of January. Each student created individual goals, with help from their homeroom teachers, in the content areas of reading and mathematics, based upon their fall MAP RIT score. This process has a dual purpose. First, students become more aware of their own academic progress, and it will also foster a growth mindset in students. Having a growth mindset is designed to bring an awareness of a person’s talents and the belief through hard work they can develop them further. We will be celebrating our students’ success on Friday, February 2nd at our inaugural growth assembly. Students will create their end of the year goals this month and that celebration is scheduled for the last student attendance day in May.


Last month was our first in a series of themed months looking at our “Five Skills for Success.” January focused on Empathy were students looked at identifying the feelings or emotions of others, being able to relate to those feelings, and ultimately being able to take action to help support their classmates. Students got to know the difference between sympathy versus empathy which was highlighted by the assembly, “Someone Else’s Shoes,” performed by four improv actors for the junior high students. February is dedicated to the second of our “Five Skills for Success,” Self-Control. This skill is much more than resisting temptation or controlling one’s actions. Self-control includes the abilities to muster strength when there is a lack of motivation, act on long-term plans when immediate success in not imminent, and to have the social-emotional regulation needed to work with others. Mastering this skill for success will go a long way towards their future career satisfaction and advancement. Students are studying and practicing these skills during our RtI time.


February’s weather is always unpredictable. While we hope for an early spring and warmer temperatures, some of our worst snow storms recently have occurred in early February. In case of emergency school closures, the district will send notification through our automated calling system, post on our website, and through local news media outlets. Keep bundled up Hornets!


Sincerely,

John Jennings

Principal

Note from the Nurse:

February Newsletter


Happy February! Flu season is here! Please protect yourself and your children by practicing good hygiene habits and getting vaccinated. The flu is spread by droplets from coughing, sneezing or talking. If your child is experiencing flu-like symptoms, please keep them home and call their absence into the attendance line. People with the flu may be able to infect others from 1 day before getting sick to 5 to 7 days after. However, children and people with weakened immune systems can infect others for longer periods of time, especially if they still have symptoms.


Symptoms of the flu include:

  • Fever

  • Cough

  • Sore throat

  • Runny or stuffy nose

  • Body aches

  • Headache

  • Chills

  • Fatigue

  • Vomiting and diarrhea (more common in children than adults.)


Prevent the spread of the flu by:

  • Getting vaccinated

  • Staying away from people who are sick

  • Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze and throw the tissue in the trash after it has been used

  • If your child is sick with flu illness, try to keep him or her in a seperate room from others in the household, if possible

  • CDC recommends that your sick child stay home for at least 24 hours after his or her fever is gone, except to get medical care or for other necessities. The fever should be gone without the use of a fever-reducing medicine.

  • Wash hands often with soap and water. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand rub.

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.

  • Clean and disinfect hard surfaces and objects that may be contaminated with germs, including bathroom surfaces, kitchen counters and toys.


6th Grade Dental Exams are required to be turned into the health office by May 15, 2018! If a dental exam is not on file for your 6th grade student, you will not have access to their final grades.


Miles of Smiles- A free dental service will be at KG on February 9, 2018. In order for your child to participate in this service you must complete a permission form- more information and permission forms can be found on the district website and in virtual backpack.


Thank you,

Jenna Drobick

Kelvin Grove School Nurse

Guidance

As we began the new year in Guidance classes, we reviewed what we have learned so far and discussed how these concepts are not meant to be learned and then set aside. We talked about continuing to practice Integrity, Self-Control, and managing our emotions in all settings as we continue to learn. We talked about the fact that these life skills need to be practiced so our strength in these skills grows - much like strengthening our physical muscles. I would encourage you to prompt your children to practice these skills in all settings they encounter. If you see them experiencing difficulty managing their emotions, ask them about what tools they might use to help them calm themselves.


We have also begun a unit on Empathy and will be discussing and practicing the following steps to help us show empathy to others. Step One: Identify the emotion the other person is experiencing; Step Two: Put yourself in their shoes; Step Three: Do or say something nice. We will be discussing examples and doing some role-play activities to practice these skills of showing empathy to others. Teachers will also be emphasizing showing empathy in the classroom and are organizing a project to give students an opportunity to show empathy.


If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the guidance program, please contact me. I would love to hear from you! I would also encourage you to visit my webpage to find out more about the Guidance program and other helpful information.


Kathi Henderson

Kelvin Grove Student Counselor/Social Worker

Email: khenderson@d91.net

Phone: 815-838-0737 Ext 1132

Website: www.henderson91.weebly.com

4th Grade

We would like to welcome everyone back from winter vacation. We hope you had an opportunity to get some rest and relaxation. We also hope parents and children enjoyed a good book or two over the break.

In reading, we have been studying text structures, author’s purpose, and theme. We have applied these concepts to a variety of genres including historical and realistic fiction, legends, and nonfiction. In the coming weeks we will focus on text based reading questions that require evidence from the text to support their responses. Our grammar concepts in language have included subject and object pronouns, possessive pronouns, and adjectives.


In math, students are working on Chapter 6, which covers fractions. Students have been applying their understanding of multiplication to generate equivalent fractions and compare fractions. Chapter 7 will involve addition and subtraction of fractions.


In social studies, we have wrapped up our units on the government and the economy. We are now learning about the northeast region of the United States. In science, we have been studying ecosystems and will begin studying how humans have impacted the environment. As you have seen, our students have been tested on each chapter in science and social studies. Please encourage good study habits as the science and social studies tests will soon no longer be open note or open book.


Please continue to look over your child’s agenda and double check assignments. It is important to catch errors and review proper procedures. The fourth grade teachers wish you joy, health, and happiness in the new year.


4th Grade P.E.

During the month of February, we will be finishing up our volleyball unit. We will then learn the skills of floor hockey and learning how to play in a game.

4th Grade Technology Class

Students will be focusing on the importance of having proper technique while typing. Proper technique includes sitting up straight, feet flat on the ground, fingers curved on the home row, spacebar with thumb only, shift key with the correct pinkies, and correct finger reachers to each key. Without proper technique students will never build the speed and accuracy they need to be successful at correct touch typing.

5th Grade

Students will start participating in the GREAT program the first week of February with Officer Szmergalski . Officer Szmergalski will visit the fifth grade classrooms once a week for six weeks educating the children on bullying, being a bystander and gangs.

We are well into reading the novel The Cay. Students have enjoyed reading about a boy who has to survive on a raft with a stranger and a loose cat after the ship he and his mother were on was torpedoed.

In science we are learning about landforms, and in social studies we are learning about the original 13 colonies.

Please continue working with your child and checking their agenda on a daily basis. Our websites are updated daily as well. Please visit thinkcentral.com to practice any of the math lessons we are covering. Students know how to access and maneuver around the site. If any questions should arise, please don’t hesitate to contact your child’s teacher. Also, please continue practicing basic math facts with your child.

Thank you,

Fifth grade teachers

5th Grade P.E.

During the month of February, we will be finishing up our volleyball unit. We will then learn the skills of floor hockey and learning how to play in a game.


5th Grade Technology Class

Students will be focusing on the importance of having proper technique while typing. Proper technique includes sitting up straight, feet flat on the ground, fingers curved on the home row, spacebar with thumb only, shift key with the correct pinkies, and correct finger reachers to each key. Without proper technique students will never build the speed and accuracy they need to be successful at correct touch typing.

Intermediate/Jr. High CAD

January passed quickly! We reviewed segments, rays, and lines, along with a measuring unit, coins, adding and subtracting. We’ve begun learning about the human body, reviewing the nervous system and our 5 senses. We continue with reading, spelling and writing each week.

6th Grade Science

Mr. Lindstrom/Mrs. Ditter’s Science 1st, 3rd and 4th Periods -

We are very proud of the sixth grade classes oil spill projects, and the interview with two scientist from Argonne National Laboratory. The sixth grade classes even made the “Lockport Legend.”

Students have been learning about chemical reactions. In class, the students observed an experiment with yeast, warm water, sugar, and artificial sweeteners. We will be moving into the concepts of elements, compounds and mixtures. With this, we will be doing a project on elements from the Periodic Table. I am looking forward to the student’s research on their element.

Next is the wonderful world of Physics! Students are going to be building bridges out of toothpicks and test to see how much weight their bridge can hold compared to the mass of the bridge. Groups will make their own blueprints and start constructing bridges in class. We are going to learn that “patience” is our keyword.

After bridges, classes will be building roller coasters in class and working in larger groups to construct the roller coasters out of paper. Both of the projects tie in with the concept of forces in our world. The students have been doing a great job with asking questions about the world around them and finding ways to explore and answers these question.


6th Grade Social Studies

Students have learned about ancient Egypt and are completing their presentations to create the Ancient Egypt Museum here at KG in our LRC. Our next major civilization is ancient Greece and yes we will be learning about the original Olympics, a fun connection to our current Olympic competitions. Athens and Sparta are always student favorites along with the mythology, gods, goddesses and creatures that capture the student imagination.

6th Grade Math

Mr. Lindstrom and Mrs. Stateman’s math classes are continuing their third unit of proportionality and studying ratios, rates, and percents. Students will be applying percents in statistical situations. Continued application of fractions will be used as well. Our next unit of study beginning at the end of February will start with equivalent numeric and algebraic expressions. Let’s find like terms!


Assignments will be given out of the text on working and lesson days with the final day of using the Personal Math Trainer to complete an online checkpoint. Text assignments should be completed on a daily basis, failure to do so means that the student is unprepared for class. Students have math homework on a daily basis and should be bringing their Go Math books home to complete them. We have two types of module assessments. The module post test is taken online and students can view their grade immediately. Module problem solvings assess students’ reasoning skills through writing and modeling all of their work.


Did you know that all students have the opportunity to retake a module assessment to attempt for greater points? We encourage all students to take advantage of this opportunity when scoring anything under 100% on an assessment. All a student needs to do is sign up for a designated retake time and day, complete their personal study plan (if assigned) from home using our excellent Go Math resources, and be ready to do their best the second time around. Ask your child to login to their account and show you how to access the additional practice features.


How can I help my child with math at home?

  • Encourage your child to solve everyday problems involving numbers without the use of a calculator or Google.

  • Talk about the importance of math and how it is used in daily life.

  • Review your child’s homework and ask them to explain how they arrived at their solutions to problems.

  • View the Math on The Spot videos with your child for concepts or skills he or she may be having difficulty with.

  • Talk with your child’s teacher about any questions you have about the math your child is learning.

6th Grade ELA

The sixth grade classes will begin a novel study of the book The Watsons Go to Birmingham by Christopher Paul Curtis. The students will have required reading and writing assignments during the course of our novel study. Please be sure that your child is completing all assignments on a timely basis. Vocabulary study continues. Please be sure to remind your child to take advantage of the online activities prior to each test.


6th Grade P.E.

During the month of February, we will be finishing up our volleyball unit. We will then learn the skills of floor hockey and learning how to play in a game.


Technology Class

6th grade students are focusing on technology companies by doing research to find out the history of these big time technology companies. The students will work in groups to create a presentation.

7th Grade Science

During the month of February, we will be finishing our evolution unit and focusing on our animal behavior unit. The students will explore different types of animals, kinds of behaviors, and social relationships. We will do a variety of activities that relate to this topic, such as comparing and contrasting different embryos, web lessons on animal behavior, and an animal project and presentation at the end of the unit. This unit is exciting for students because they are able to relate to this topic well and also they get to choose the animal they will be researching for the animal project.


7th Grade Social Studies

“We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union,” these words should be very familiar to us all as the 7th grade is learning about the United States Constitution. They are learning about the development of the Constitution as well as the function of each branch of government. Students are taking tests as we go along and are working very hard to absorb as much as they can. There are resources on my teacher webpage that can help in their studies and help make learning this crucial information more fun.


7th Grade Math

Seventh grade students are continuing their third unit of study on expressions, equations, and inequalities. Students will continue to solve and write equations and inequalities with rational numbers (negative and positive decimals and fractions). Application of equations and inequalities to real world scenarios will be used daily. After our completion of equations and inequalities we will be taking a 90° turn and begin Geometry. The first module is on modeling geometric figures. Why was the mathematician late to work? He took the rhombus!


Assignments will be given out of the text on working and lesson days with the final day of using the Personal Math Trainer to complete an online checkpoint. Text assignments should be completed on a daily basis, failure to do so means that the student is unprepared for class. Students have math homework on a daily basis and should be bringing their Go Math books home to complete them. We have two types of module assessments. The module post test is taken online and students can view their grade immediately. Module problem solvings assess students’ reasoning skills through writing and modeling all of their work.


Did you know that all students have the opportunity to retake a module assessment to attempt for greater points? We encourage all students to take advantage of this opportunity when scoring anything under 100% on an assessment. All a student needs to do is sign up for a designated retake time and day, complete their personal study plan (if assigned) from home using our excellent Go Math resources, and be ready to do their best the second time around. Ask your child to login to their account and show you how to access the additional practice features.


How can I help my child with math at home?

  • Encourage your child to solve everyday problems involving numbers without the use of a calculator or Google.

  • Talk about the importance of math and how it is used in daily life.

  • Review your child’s homework and ask them to explain how they arrived at their solutions to problems.

  • View the Math on The Spot videos with your child for concepts or skills he or she may be having difficulty with.

  • Talk with your child’s teacher about any questions you have about the math your child is learning.

7th Grade ELA

The seventh grade ELA classes have begun a novel study. Discussions, writing assignments, and lessons based on the book, Flygirl by Sherri L. Smith, will encourage the students to discover how perseverance is demonstrated in historical fiction texts. Using this novel, along with nonfiction texts, will allow the students to compare, contrast, and analyze actual events and issues of the time period with those presented in the book. Additionally, the students will be required to identify examples of figurative language used throughout the novel. They will then complete a project using these examples.


In order to help your child further practice critical reading and writing skills at home, we have included a link with many discussion questions and research activities. You can assist your child in developing his/her speaking and listening skills by discussing these questions. Furthermore, your child can also practice his/her essay writing skills by writing the answers to these questions in essay format. For the discussion questions and research activities, please visit http://www.penguin.com/static/images/yr/pdf/tl-guide-flygirl.pdf.


Finally, formal vocabulary study will continue with the completion of lessons and assessments using the online version of the Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop program. Assessments focusing on Latin and Greek prefixes, roots, and suffixes commonly used in English will be completed as well.


7th Grade P.E.

During the month of February, we will be finishing up our volleyball unit and starting our hockey unit. We will be learning the skills of hockey and start our tournament for the hockey unit.

Technology Class

7th grade students are focusing on technology innovators by doing research to find out more about why their technology innovator is so influential in the technology world. Students will create an animated video using PowToon as individuals.

8th Grade Science

During the month of February, we will continuing our unit on weather and climate. Students will be studying airflow, weather forecasting, and extreme weather patterns. We will be doing a variety of labs and explorations in order to understand weather and weather forecasting.


8th Grade Social Studies

The 8th grade will continue to explore the factors and events in Europe that led to World War I and also trace the events that led to U.S. involvement in the war. The students will also be studying about the mass migration of African Americans after the war out of the rural South in search of economic opportunities and a better life for themselves and their children. The students will also research the cultural achievements and advancements of African Americans during this time period which was known as the Harlem Renaissance.


8th Grade Math

Eighth grade students have completed Module 7’s study of solving equations with one variable. Our next module studies systems of equations, this type requires students to solve for two variables (usually x and y). This type of solving is brand new is brand new for eighth grade students, I encourage the use of the Math on the Spot videos for additional support along with Youtube or other math tutorial websites. Additionally, Mrs. Stateman is available most days after school for help.


Assignments will be given out of the text on working and lesson days with the final day of using the Personal Math Trainer to complete an online checkpoint. Text assignments should be completed on a daily basis, failure to do so means that the student is unprepared for class. Students have math homework on a daily basis and should be bringing their Go Math books home to complete them. We have two types of module assessments. The module post test is taken online and students can view their grade immediately. Module problem solvings assess students’ reasoning skills through writing and modeling all of their work.


Did you know that all students have the opportunity to retake a module assessment to attempt for greater points? We encourage all students to take advantage of this opportunity when scoring anything under 100% on an assessment. All a student needs to do is sign up for a designated retake time and day, complete their personal study plan (if assigned) from home using our excellent Go Math resources, and be ready to do their best the second time around. Ask your child to login to their account and show you how to access the additional practice features.


How can I help my child with math at home?

  • Encourage your child to solve everyday problems involving numbers without the use of a calculator or Google.

  • Talk about the importance of math and how it is used in daily life.

  • Review your child’s homework and ask them to explain how they arrived at their solutions to problems.

  • View the Math on The Spot videos with your child for concepts or skills he or she may be having difficulty with.

  • Talk with your child’s teacher about any questions you have about the math your child is learning.

8th Grade ELA

8th grade students will be starting a Holocaust unit very soon. These next few powerful weeks will really make students think and will hopefully create some discussions at home that began in the classroom. Students will get a glimpse into what it was like for a teenager to be in hiding for over two years by reading the drama version of The Diary of Anne Frank. Research about people who were affected by the Holocaust will also be completed by students. Students will also be attending a field trip to the Holocaust Museum in Skokie, IL.

Students are finishing To Kill a Mockingbird and are diving into the many themes and symbols contained in the novel. We are also working on our Narrative writing unit, which has the students working on extending a story, changing the ending to a story, and writing a scene from another character’s point of view. Lastly, vocabulary continues to be developed. Please visit Mr. Prieboy’s website for the links to Sadlier Connect and Google Classroom and to stay up to date on all assignments and important dates.


8th Grade P.E.

During the month of February, we will be finishing up our volleyball unit and starting our hockey unit. We will be learning the skills of hockey and start our tournament for the hockey unit.

Technology Class

8th grade students are focusing on technology careers by doing research to find out the different job descriptions and responsibilities of five different technology careers that are in high demand today. The students will then work in groups to create a presentation.

LASEC Academy

LASEC Academy students are beginning their literature circles this month. We will be reading Wonder by R. J. Palacio and Holes by Louis Sachar. In Science, we are learning about animals and ecosystems. In Social Studies, we are beginning to learn about the Civil War.

Art & Art Club

The fourth and fifth grade art students have concluded their study of the color wheel and will be putting their color knowledge to use by creating formal paintings inspired by master paintings of past. The fourth grade students will be using Van Gogh and his masterpiece, “Starry Night” as inspiration; the fifth grade students will be starting with the work of Claude Monet and his famous Japanese Bridge landscape to motivate their efforts.


The second trimester art exploratory classes are over half way through and completed projects in multimedia materials and techniques including drawing, design, printmaking, painting, and now progressing from 2-D to 3-D sculpture. Sixth grade students are creating a plaster mask and backstory to bring their character to life. Seventh grade students are direct casting their own hand with plaster and use it as a time capsule to enclose a letter to their future self. Eighth grade students are planning tea cups for two - using measurement and accuracy to create two functional clay pieces.



Please note the following ART CLUB dates in February and March:


February 6, 2017, February 13, 2017 & February 20, 2017

March 6, 2017, March 13, 2017 & March 20, 2017


For additional information about your child’s art education or Art Club, please be sure to check us out on the web at www.d91.net. Thank you for your interest in the Art Department at Kelvin Grove, and Happy New Year to all.

Music News

KG Music Classes: Kelvin Grove students are signed in under Google Classroom. Emails with assignments are sent through Google Classroom as well as posted on the music web page under their grade under the Kelvin Grove tab. Music reference resource electronic hand-outs have been emailed to all students that have music 2nd Trimester. Please make sure your child has downloaded the music files into a Music Folder in Google to access. Keep this information from now through 8th grade.


FREE use of the Music Lab on Wednesdays from 7:30-8:30 am – ENTER KG Door #1 at 7:30 am. Open music lab is available to all KG students in Grades 4-8. Students may work on any music instrument (piano, organ, guitar, Garage Band, IMovie, etc.) or project of their choice during that time. To be sure of a Music Station Opening, we recommend students signing up at least by the day before. Always check the D91 Music home page for any announcements for closings of lab for the week.


All 4-8 Music Classes are working on Music Maestro and other music software while Mrs. Randolph is checking each student’s vocal range, helping students match pitch and find their correct singing voices. Students will continue to sing and work on composing, and learning piano. Students who have passed organ should continue to practice in preparation of playing the Rialto organ later this year in our private recital. 4th & 5th Grade students will start beginning piano and may have music worksheets on select weeks. They will also start working on music theory using the program Musition.


6-8 Grade Music Exploratory Classes are studying Music History: 8th Grade = 20th Century; 7th Grade = Romantic Period; 6th Grade = Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical Periods. All 6-8 Grades will continue piano study.


KG Chorus is preparing for District Choir Contest on Saturday, March 17 at Richland School. We ask all of our family and friends to come support us at Richland. There is a small admission charge. Watch music web page for time.


KG Chorus: Sing-In is Friday, February 23 (5:30 pm – 10:30 pm)


If you work for a company that would donate tax-deductible funds to the D91 music department to help purchase instruments, computer hardware & software, MIDI carts, and other things needed for the music department, please contact Mrs. Randolph to provide you with a brochure to give the business or corporation.


A GIANT THANK YOU to those who helped with the “Jingle Bell Jukebox” Christmas Program! I appreciate all the hard work you gave to help our children and me. You did a great job! Thank you, again!!

Band Newsletter

Thank you to all the students that played at the Basketball and

Volleyball games on Thursday, January 11!

It was great to be part of Pack the Gyms Night!


HAPPENINGS IN THE BAND ROOM:

The bands are busily preparing for their upcoming performances. The Intermediate Band and Beginning Band have a concert on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 7:00 pm in the old gym. Upcoming festivals and contests for Concert Band include: the LTHS Band Festival on Thursday, February 22 at 7:00 pm at LTHS and the IGSMA District Band Contest on Saturday, March 10 at Lockport Township High School in Lockport (time to be announced). Continue to encourage your child to practice at least 30 minutes four to six times a week or at least 120 minutes a week. It is guaranteed the more your child practices, the better they will become on their instrument.


On Friday, February 2, Concert Band will be having a Concert Band rehearsal and lock-in. The rehearsal will be from 6:00pm-9:15pm. This year, our guest clinician will be Mr. Kurt Gros from Warren Township High School. Also, other music teachers will be here to help with sectionals and smaller groups. The fun night will be from 9:15pm-12am. The students will have the opportunity to hang out in the gym, play on scooters, watch movies, play games, etc. Students need to be picked up promptly at 12:00am from Door 1.


Jazz Band rehearsals will resume on Wednesday, February 7 from 3:15-4:00pm.


FUNDRAISING INFO:

Our spring Avon Fundraiser will start Monday, February 12. All orders and money are due by Thursday, March 1. Delivery will be the week of March 12. The Kelvin Grove Band and Chorus will earn up to 40% on your purchases. We were able to raise $403.85 in the fall! Keep in mind that Easter and Mother’s Day will be coming soon and this would be a great way to shop while supporting the Band and Chorus!


As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please feel to contact Mrs. Plagman at (815)838-0737x1139 or nplagman@d91.net.

Student Council

Thank you to all of the students, parents and teachers that supported our 12 Days of Christmas Spirit, we all enjoyed our spirit days and loved seeing how many students joined in to participate. We look forward to a fun filled February, keep an eye out for our special Valentine activities.

Yearbook Club

Yearbook club is in full swing. Students have picked out a cover for our yearbook and have been tagging photos of KG students. Our goal is to get ALL students in at least one candid shot in the yearbook and we need everyone’s help. All yearbook members have their own login for Jostens and can even tag photos at home.


Our upcoming meetings are as follows for the year

  • February 12, 2018

  • February 26, 2018

  • March 12, 2018

  • May 14, 2018

Drama Club

January (5:30-7pm) **Mrs. Murphy's classroom

23 Scenes 1, 2, 3

24 Scenes 4, 5, 6

30 Scenes 7, 8, 9

31 Scenes 10, 1, 2


February (5:30-7pm) **Mrs. Murphy's classroom

6 Scenes 3, 4, 5

7 Scenes 6, 7, 8

13 Scenes 9, 10, 1

20 Scenes 2, 3, 4

21 Scenes 5, 6, 7

27 Scenes 8, 9, 10

28 Scenes ALL CAST & Crew


March ON STAGE (5:30-7pm)

1 Scenes 5-10 Actors ****COSTUMES DUE

6 FULL SHOW ALL ACTORS AND STAGE CREW

7 FULL SHOW ALL ACTORS AND STAGE CREW

13 FULL SHOW ALL ACTORS AND STAGE CREW

14 FULL SHOW ALL ACTORS AND STAGE CREW

21 FULL SHOW ALL ACTORS AND STAGE CREW

22 FULL SHOW ALL ACTORS AND STAGE CREW


April TECH MONTH- NO ABSENCES!!!! (5-7pm)

9 DRESS REHEARSAL ALL ACTORS AND STAGE CREW

10 DRESS REHEARSAL ALL ACTORS AND STAGE CREW

11 DRESS REHEARSAL ALL ACTORS AND STAGE CREW

12 DRESS REHEARSAL ALL ACTORS AND STAGE CREW

13 DRESS REHEARSAL ALL ACTORS AND STAGE CREW

16 DRESS REHEARSAL ALL ACTORS AND STAGE CREW

17 DRESS REHEARSAL ALL ACTORS AND STAGE CREW

18 DRESS REHEARSAL ALL ACTORS AND STAGE CREW

19 SHOW 7pm BE AT KG BY 5pm (Show during the day for KG AND MG)

20 SHOW 7pm BE AT KG BY 5pm

21 ALL CAST AND CREW CLEAN UP STAGE AND CAST PARTY 4-6pm

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