53 Members of the Beaverton Music Department will travel to Ann Arbor, MI on Sunday, November 17th. They will be attending the annual Crisler Concert featuring the Michigan Marching Band at 5 pm. Over 300 High-school student musicians will perform with this group. Representing Beaverton High School are: Tabitha Faber (flutist), daugher of Tab and Kim Faber; Kinley Baker (alto sax), daughter of Richard and Patricia Baker; and Collin Haight (alto sax), son of Joseph and Ann Haight.
What does Homecoming mean to you? For some, it's float-building, pep assemblies, spirit days, parades, and dances. For others, it's about coming home, visiting with childhood friends, family dinners, and looking at the past. Homecoming 2013 was very special this year. School spirit has grown over the past few years and our student body has become one.
The music department provided entertainment for the pep assembly, parade, and the football game. At the pep assembly, the HS Choir dedicated their a-capella selection, "I'll Be There," to those struggling with life's great challenges. Our music booster parents furnished a potluck dinner after school, prior to the parade. We can't thank those parents enough. The food was awesome!
Friday evening, several alumni members returned to preform pregame with the HS Band. What memories that brought back! It was great to see all "my kids", (whatever age they may be...). We hope to build on this legacy and invite members to return next year and many years to come.
The school year is off to a great start! Marching band is well underway, with Tuesday night rehearsals. Our fall performance schedule can be found under the forms section of the Band. This year's show is James Bond, and the three selections are:
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