THEATER MAJORS

  • WEEK OF 9/23

    Monday, 9/23
    Warm-ups

    Paul: VM upperclassmen in D111
    Alison: Freshmen & AP upperclassmen (Grace M., Laurie will be pulling you from warm-ups, so keep an eye out for her and make sure Joe knows you are present) in D128/129

    Classes
    Laura/Laurie: Freshmen in auditorium
    Joe: Cast in D111
    Alison: Non-cast AP upperclassmen in D128
    Paul: Non-cast VM upperclassmen (+Sophie B., Noah, Ian, Marcus, Jason, & Quincy unless called to rehearsal w/Joe) in D129

    Lab/Approved conflicts: Darren- lab at 9am; Shianti- leaving at 9:15am (driving test)

    Tuesday, 9/24--STAGE UNAVAILABLE--do not cross between warm-ups and classes!
    Warm-ups

    7:48
    Sheila: VM upperclassmen in D128/129
    Paul: Freshmen & AP upperclassmen in D111

    8:05
    Sheila: Freshmen & AP upperclassmen in D128/129
    Alison: VM upperclassmen in D111

    Classes
    Laura/Laurie: Tech center (if available)
    Joe: Cast in D111  
    Alison: Non-cast VM upperclassmen (+Sophie B., Noah, Ian, Marcus, Jason, & Quincy unless called to rehearsal w/Joe) in D128
    Paul: Non-cast AP upperclassmen in D129

    Evening: Back to School Night at 7pm

    Wednesday, 9/25--NO A-SHOP

    Thursday, 9/26
    Warm-ups

    7:48
    Sheila: Freshmen & AP upperclassmen in D128/129
    Paul: VM upperclassmen in D111

    8:05
    Sheila: VM upperclassmen in D128/129
    Alison: Freshmen & AP upperclassmen in D111

    Classes
    Laura/Laurie: Freshmen in auditorium  
    Joe: Cast in D111  
    Alison: Non-cast AP upperclassmen in D128
    Paul: Non-cast VM upperclassmen (+Sophie B., Noah, Ian, Marcus, Jason, & Quincy unless w/Joe) in D129

    Lab/Approved conflicts: Johnny & Ian- lab at 9:20am  

    Evening: Rehearsal if called; 5-9pm

    Friday, 9/27
    Warm-ups

    Paul: Freshmen & AP upperclassmen in D111
    Alison: VM upperclassmen in D128/129

    Classes
    Laura/Laurie: Freshmen in auditorium  
    Joe: Cast in D111  
    Alison: Non-cast VM upperclassmen (+Sophie B., Noah, Ian, Marcus, Jason, & Quincy unless w/Joe) in D128
    Paul: Non-cast AP upperclassmen in D129

     
     
     

    Tuesday, September 24th

    Back to School Night

    7PM

    Wednesday, September 25th

    Delayed Opening

    10AM 

    Monday, September 30th &
    Wednesday, October 9th 

    CLOSED

     

     CTE STUDENT AMBASSADORS: Upperclassmen are needed to represent their programs at district middle school events beginning in November. Full-time students are preferred but share-time students will be considered for local events. Past ambassadors must reapply!  Requirements are as follows: you must be polite, friendly, knowledgeable about our campus, activities and CTE programs!  In addition, you must have your CTE teacher’s recommendation, great attendance, good standing with your academic teachers, a clean discipline record, dependable and must attend training sessions.  Contact ms.watson@scvths.net or drop by B213 for more information.  Deadline to apply is Friday, September 13th.

    STUDENT COUNCIL:   Any student who is interested in joining the Student Council, please see the following instructors:
    Freshmen: Mr. Poznanski   --   Sophomores: Ms. Melick  --   Juniors: Ms. Gillooly  ---  Seniors: Ms. Francis

    From Alison: Be prepared to sing and have your journal/notebook with you every school day so that you can participate fully no matter what schedule changes may occur. REMEMBER: The APs and VMs may have different homework due at different times!
     
    VM Non-cast Upperclassmen: If you have not already done so, email me the pdfs of your songs. Those of you who sang full-length songs the week of 9/16-9/20 must mark a cut (see email for instructions). Keep up with your journal entries--if you don't finish one in class, finish it before the next one to stay on top of it (you may not have finished the one from 9/20: "Did you enjoy singing in class? Why or why not?"). Once your cuts are selected, memorize them by Tuessday, 9/24 even if you don't have me for class. If you have not already given John a double-sided, hole-punched copy of your sheet music (with your name on it and all of the information an accompanist needs to know), leave one on my desk Monday morning even if you don't have me for class. As of Friday (9/20) afternoon at 2pm, I have pdfs from Sophie A., Sophie B., Noah, Ian, Jason, Maddy, and Marcus. These may need to be updated to show the start and end of your cut.
     
    AP Non-cast Upperclassmen (Shianti, Jake, Sierra, Grace G., Paris, Mia, Rhea, Silvana, Caroline): Please see my email from 9/17 that includes your journal assignment as well as instructions for preparing music, singing in class, and taking notes. Have your notebook and marked song cut by Thursday (9/19) or sooner, and see the email for additional directions about your sheet music. Memorize your cut by Monday's class (9/23). As of Friday (9/20) at 2pm, I only have pdfs from Shianti, Jake, and Paris. 
     
     
    From Paul:  NEVER ASSUME ANYTHING -ASK ME.
     
    WHOEVER HANDED ME AN AD FROM HAWK SOLUTIONS SEE ME TOMORROW.
     
    REMINDER: YOU MUST PUT YOUR NAME ON THE AD PAPERWORK WHEN YOU HAND IT IN OR ELSE I DON'T KNOW WHO TO CREDIT.
     
    FOR CLASS: Write down in your journal a place of solitude you go to where you can be yourself.
     
    First years: memorize the below passage. Know what is hyphenated and what is not.
     
    EVERYONE-Please note RUCKSACK and SLAPDASH are now one word. 
     

    Give me the gift of a grip-top sock, /A clip drape shipshape tip-top sock. /Not your spin slick slapstick slipshod stock, /But a plastic, elastic grip-top sock./None of your fantastic slack swap slop/From a slapdash flash cash haberdash shop./Not a knick-knack knit lock knock-kneed /knickerbocker sock/With a mock-shot blob-mottled trick-ticker top clock./Not a super sheet seersucker rucksack sock,/Not a spot-speckled frog-freckled cheap sheik's sock/Off a hodge-podge moss-blotched scotch-botched block./Nothing slipshod drip drop flip flop or glip-glop/Tip me to a tip-top grip top sock.

    NOTE: Hyphens vs. bold words: When we are taking turns saying each word in plank position, note that the bold words are one word, but the hyphenated words will be broken up into two. For example, if Alison was next to Paul and it was her turn to speak, she would say "grip-" and Paul would say "top" because grip-top is hyphenated. However, if Alison was next to Paul and it was her turn, she would say "shipshape" and Paul's next word would be "tip." They would NOT say "ship" and "shape," because shipshape is one word. 
     
     
     
    NO FOOD OR DRINK (except water) is allowed in any of our spaces.
     

    Alison's email: amingle@scvts.net

    Paul's email: poconnor@scvts.net

    Joe's email: jmancuso@scvts.net

    Laura's email: lswanson@scvts.net  

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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