SENIOR NIGHT: A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
Friday night was a great night for all but definitely for our seniors. November 7th was Senior Night where our school celebrates the class of 2015 and their contributions to our programs. Our Senior Athletes, Cheerleaders, Band, Color Guard and Marionettes were all presented to the crowd of excited football fans and each marched down the center of the football field with their families and had their picture taken. As names were called, applause for each senior was deafening.
For our 51 band seniors, it was even more special as halftime came and each senior placed their marching band hats on the sideline (signifying their senior status) and marched for the very last time their last regular season football game-HATLESS. Winning our final game of the year was just the icing on the cake. Thank you again Seniors for an amazing season and for all you have done to make us a success!
Sign-ups for Mentoring at Greenwood begins NOW.
This collaborative project between LMHS and GLMS begins on Monday Sept 8 at Greenwood and is open to 11th and 12th grade musicians who need community service hours and want to help make better musicians as well as make the Middle School Students feel welcome at LMHS. Please sign up at the website below!
Congrats to Our All State Students
In August of this year we had several students audition for the 2015 FMEA All State Band and Orchestra. We are very excited to share with you that we had three students make the all state band. Senior Jessica Chancey-Flute, Junior, Mallory Adams-Flute and Emily Kipp, Sophomore-Flute will be joining me in Tampa January 14-17, 2015. They will be performing with the best of the best musicians in the state. and under the direction of some of the best conductors in the country. This is one of the top honors of any high school musicians career. Congratulations to our wonderful band students and for their achievements.
10th Grade Flute
11th Grade Flute
LMHS Marching Rams-SUPERIOR!
2014 20142014 Marching MPA is in the books and the LMHS Marching Rams wowed the crowd with their Beatles Show. From the very start, the audience was a part of the show really getting into our music and visuals. From Ian Gile's "Something" solo at the beginning, Joey Orr, Kevin Solla, Joel Ramierz, Samiha Nazrul and Nick Barrios Dixieland quintet, to Samiha Nazrul's wonderful solo's throughout the performance-it was truly a SUPERIOR evening for our Rams. The show ended with the band singing "HEY JUDE" coming off the field and the crowd joined in. It was EPIC! Some of the judges comments were: Great Job! Wonderful Sound-well prepared, wonderfully entertaining show! But the best comments were from the crowd and other directors who many said it was the most entertaining show of the day. Thank you to our parent corps chaperones and all who have been with us during our season, without you it would be so much more challenging to make things happen. And THANKS to our wonderful students who do "make things happen" with their great attitudes and energy levels.
1st Annual BBQ
The LMHS Marching Rams sponsored our 1st Annual BBQ on November 8th. It was a huge success. Several of our outstanding parents helped as well and gave up their Saturday to work for the LMHS Marching Rams. Jonathan and Amy Morris took care of the food and all the preparation while Jarrod and Carmen Pearman, Charles DeStefano, Ron and Debbie Whalen, Stephanie DeGrazio and Joelle Tarantino (pound cake-and lots!), Beth and Kevin Beck, Joe and Liz Tito helped cook, prepare the meals, or take tickets. I am so appreciative of their dedication to our band and to your kids. Our kids helped as well. Jarrod Pearman, Elliot Sumner Jordan, Rachel Devlen, Rich McLouglin, Keegan Maer, Bradley Joseph, JJ Morris, Colleen McCaffrey.They gave of their Saturday to help bring in more customers. They are very dedicated to our band and I absolutely love them!
Volunteer Link - Use this link to view the online sign up sheet to help out during Marching Season. Thanks for all you do for ouor Superior Band!
Remaining Fall Marching Schedule
11/14 Playoff vs First Coast Jacksonville 7:30
Prism concert is December 4th in the Auditorium
Fine Arts Night-Featuring all Arts Areas of LMHS
December 11th at 6:30pm in the LMHS Auditorium
Sanford Christmas Parade is on December 13th (we
will meet at the park at 5pm)
Games listed are times of the actual event...understand that we will have call times MUCH earlier than the actual event.
Order your Band Corps or Marching Rams Spirit Wear, Stadium Seats and more! Sales benefit the Lake Mary Band:
Band Corps Merchandise 2014
Band Corps Order Form
Marching Rams Merchandise 2014
Marching Rams Order Form
Are you and your family a member of the LMHS PTA? If not, why not?
LMHS PTSA is working on helping our band program this year with the new RAM TOWER project. The more we do for them, the more they can possibly do for us. Please let's try to get 100% band membership!
PTSA is the largest child advocacy association in the nation. They have a powerful voice and have passed 30 legislative bills in Florida benefiting our children, for example:
Scroll down to membership and you may do it online (50 cent fee) or print out a form and hand it to the office.
This Week in LMHS Band:
Tuesday: Wind Ensemble 2:45-4:00pm
Thursday: Symphonic Band 2:45-3:30pm
Sorry for the delay in getting this information to you. We have just now secured buses for this exciting trip to Jacksonville.
HERE's THE SCOOP:
Band room call time will be 12:30pm
Distribute uniforms at this time
Board buses 1:00pm
Arriving at the Mall 4:30pm
Departing the Mall at 6:00pm
Arriving at First Coast Stadium
590 Duval Station Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32218
Game is at 7:30pm
Arrive back at LMHS 1AM
Uniforms will not be worn on the buses...band shirts and shorts will be. We will change into uniforms on the bus on the way to FCHS.
We will be stopping for dinner at a mall in Jacksonville. Bring some cash for dinner. Also it will be cool in the evening so plan accordingly.
Parent chaperones, we will only have room for 10 adults. Sorry!
Senior parents will be selected first then by other classes.
After a victorious game against Flagler Palm Coast
(Rams are now 11-0 for the second consecutive year) we now put our sites on this weeks playoff game vs FIRST COAST HIGH SCHOOL in Jacksonville.
Call time will be posted at a later time.
SENIOR SPEECHES were amazing and very heartwarming. We have some amazing kids in our band and I am very humbled by all of the comments and memories of the their time with the band. Thanks for a great 4 years...seniors!
2014-15 LMH S Leadership
Flute: Mallory Adams
Clarinet: Joel Ramierz
Saxophones: Joey Orr
Trumpets: Samiha Nazrul
F Horn: Ian Gile
Trombones: Kyle Lambdin
Euphoniums: Zach Trimble
Tubas: Rick McLoughlin
Percussion: Randy Seidler
Color Guard Leadership
Alexis Leonard -Captain
Flag Line Officer
Claudia Ochoa, Shonnice Brown
Briana Marie Rosado
Shelby Quick, Kiaunti Shuler
Alissa Hyvonen, Kasea Turner
Colleen McCaffrey, Katie Burgett
TIffany Farah, Sarah Crabtree Junior Lieutenants
Alyssa Lupori Sophomore Lieutenant