Okay guys lets get this stuff unpacked.  
Karen’s stuff…Some supplies…Karen…

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Me and my mutual followers that never seem to actually talk but we like and reblog each other’s posts:


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Don’t fear death, fear the state in which you will die.

I was always afraid of Ohio

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how can i be ready for future when i’m not even ready to get up in the morning

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how come its “you are what you eat”

why can’t it be “you are what you read”


i don’t know about anyone else but i would much rather be a boy wizard than a piece of broccoli

yer a broccoli harry

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1. Our Marching Band will provide a “society” and “family” to which all band students can belong.
2. Our Marching Band will be a place where our students will learn values and standards, where they must learn to depend on one another in their pursuit of their excellence.
3. Collectively, our instructional staff is committed to teaching the students to be team players, how to fit into a community, and how to do their fair share.
4. Our Marching Band curriculum is committed to teaching the students to trust and respect themselves and appreciate the others that are participating with them.
5. Each performance is a special opportunity where students experience a sense of community and realize that the “sum of who they are, is far greater than any one individual.”
6. The instructors and students will be dedicated to the work ethic and professionalism necessary to achieve excellence.
7. Our Marching Band does NOT participate in competitions or evaluations to “win” a trophy. Rather, it provides our students the opportunity to perform to the best of their ability, the opportunity for critical evaluation for future improvement, and for an audience who is present specifically to appreciate their performance.
8. Our approach to our instruments, music, and performance will be the same in all aspects of our music education curriculum.
9. The students will accept responsibility for the quality of their performance. All criticism will be accepted and done in a constructive and positive manner that results in a successful scenario.
10. The members and instructors of our marching band realize that a well-rounded instrumental music education program consists of Concert Ensembles, Full Orchestra, Jazz Ensemble, Chamber Ensembles, Winter Guard, Music Theory, and Marching Band. Our Marching Band is viewed as just one of many important performance ensembles in our music education curriculum.



What if drum corps was so popular that they sold tickets for the stands on both end zones, and they were full?

No way in hell would I want to sit in the end zone to watch a drum corps performance, I had seats in the very top side one corner during the southeastern championships in 2012 and they sucked balls, I couldn’t see or hear jack shit

That being said, it would be wonderful if corps was more popular, but all that would do to finals seating would be to drive prices up and then less people could afford to go.

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