We are wanting pictures of parents, grandparents, and anyone who has supported our choir students through the years for our March 12th concert. You can email digital pictures to Mr. Cornelius at email@example.com.
January through March is always a difficult time for a music program. Here at KHS we normally perform a March concert just before Spring Break. At the same time that we prepare for this concert we are also preparing Solo and Small Ensemble music and Large Group music for contests. At least one Choir is always preparing for a trip. Seniors are looking ahead toward graduating and beginning to think less about their responsibilities to the choir (and school) as that date gets closer. And the Director of choirs is becmoning overwhelmed by the amount of paperwork, blood, sweat, tears, and hard work that goes into it all by the ensemble.
If we are all in a canoe and traveling up a river it is important for us to row the same direction. One person rowing the opposite way will impede our progress as a group. This time of year can lead toward a strong end for us all if we are all headed in the same direction. If there is one person, or a group, who begin to "row the other direction with their oar" the choir will not meet the expectations that we have for ourselves.
I hope that we will not have those who would work against us and that you all have the ambition to see this year to it's end. That we will have a successful spring and