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Olentangy High School ...

    Instrumental Music Department

    675 Lewis Center Road Lewis Center, Ohio 43035

    Phone: 740.657.4171 Fax: 740.657.4199

Ian Brun Tuesday, July 22, 2008 Instrumental Music Director Dear Band Member and Parents, Adam Gammill WELCOME! Well, here it is again, time to start thinking about getting ready for band camp Woodwind Caption Head as well as the upcoming football and contest season. “How can I do this,” you ask? You

    can start by playing your instrument. You should be able to play for AT LEAST one half Byron Brandon Brass Caption Head hour straight without hurting yourself. Next, GET OFF THE COUCH!!! Get out and walk around your neighborhood, swim, play tennis, etc. The idea is to get your “chops” in shape Brian Bell as well as the rest of your body. Percussion Caption Head

    Once you receive your music at mini-camp, it will be a good idea to start memorizing it. Cindy Brun Color Guard Caption Head There will be music checks with the possibility of lost free time at band camp. If you do not want to lose free time, then be ready. New members should also have the school songs down, memorized if possible . . . The Fight Song, The Alma Mater, and The Star Spangled

    Banner. This will significantly help you out at band camp. Kristen Watts Shannen Brobeck Field Commanders Enclosed, you will find all of the information that you will need for us to get started this summer. That includes: Mini-Camps, Band Camp, Post-Camp Rehearsals, prices on Band Shirts and Shoes, Uniform Accessories, the Master Schedule of Events, and many forms.

    You should have: 2 different Medical forms, Instrument Use Agreement, and the Music Greg Taylor Booster Volunteer Form. Keep all these papers and show them to your parents . . . they Band President want to know what is going on too. Fill out the forms, then pack this entire packet in your Hayden Huffman luggage and bring it to band camp. Band Vice-President I hope that I have covered all of the bases, but if I’ve missed something, please feel free to Chris Shaw email me at ian_brun@olentangy.k12.oh.us or give me a call at the high school (740-657-Band Secretary 4171).

    Wes Perry Band Manager Band Mini-Camp Activities (July 28 thru August 1)

    Joe Taylor Rookie Camp Music Booster President 740.549.2525 All incoming freshmen and any new members of the OHS band program are required to joeftaylor@aol.com attend “Rookie Camp” the week of July 28 from 8:00am to 12:00pm. This is a good way to help new band members get started on the “left” foot. During this week we will focus on Ellen Fox basic marching and some fundamentals of marching and playing. These rehearsals are Music Booster Vice-President meant to be a fun way for new members to become acclimated to marching band; however 740.657.1379 ellenfox@insight.rr.com you do need to wear cool comfortable clothing, white cotton socks and comfortable tennis

    shoes because we will be marching. Please DO NOT wear tank tops, tube tops, sports Nancy Moore bras, sandals, or shoes without socks. This rule exists for your safety and will be strictly Music Booster Secretary enforced. A water bottle and sun block would also be appropriate since we will be spending 740.548.7621 nancymoore@insight.rr.com part of our time outside in the sun. During this time, we will be learning the Olentangy marching style, playing style, and most importantly, how to combine the two. Doris Swing Music Booster Treasurer 740.549.1682 Leadership Mini-Camp dswing@insight.rr.com All section leaders, field commanders, and officers should report to the band room by 8:00am. The leadership team should wear cool comfortable clothing, white socks, and

    tennis shoes. A water bottle and sun block would also be appropriate since we will be

    spending part of our time outside in the sun. We will be working with the leaders on how to

    lead their sections, teach drill moves, correct posture and marching errors, and generally be a positive role model. Leaders should come prepared to learn a little and teach a lot! A tennis ball is a great tool to have on hand for demonstrating various heel and toe placements.

    Percussion Mini-Camp

    The Marching Percussion section faces many unique challenges on the marching field that the other sections do not have. To help overcome these challenges and bring a sense of unity to the section we will have mini-camp during the week of July 28 from 8:00am to 4:00pm. Members should wear cool comfortable clothing, white socks, and tennis shoes and be ready for a workout! A water bottle and sun block would also be appropriate since we will be spending part of our time outside in the sun. Make sure you have any additional equipment (as specified by your instructor) that you will need to learn show music, cadences, and marching techniques. Members should pack a lunch and dinner will be provided. Colorguard Mini-Camp

    As with the percussion section, the Color Guard faces many unique problems in the marching arena. To help them overcome these situations the Color Guard will have mini-camp the week of July 28 from 8:00am to 4:00pm. Members should wear cool comfortable clothing, white socks, and tennis shoes and be ready for a workout! A water bottle and sun block would also be appropriate since we will be spending part of our time outside in the sun. Make sure you have any additional equipment (as specified by your instructor) that you will need to learn show music, cadences, and marching techniques. Members should pack a lunch and dinner will be provided.

    Field Commander Mini-Camp

    Field Commanders will already be at OHS for leadership camp; however you will stay for FC clinics afterwards and should also pack a lunch. FC's need to bring a 1" 3 ring binder with around 100 plastic sheet protectors to hold show music and drill charts. We will break down FC responsibilities, how to help individuals and sections, how to read a musical score, proper conducting technique and basic patterns. Dinner will be provided.

    Full Band Mini-Camp

    All band members should report to the band room by 5:00pm. Members should wear cool comfortable clothing, white socks, and tennis shoes (no sandals or flip-flops). A water bottle and sun block would also be appropriate since we will be spending part of our time outside in the sun. We will spend half of rehearsal distributing and rehearsing show and stand music, and the other half outside reviewing marching techniques and basic drill moves. We will also start working on pre-game at this time. Band Camp Information (August 3 thru August 8)

    This year we will be returning to the Heartland Retreat Center in Marengo, Ohio. All members should

    plan to arrive at Heartland between 2:00pm and 3:00pm to register at camp, move their belongings into their room, and prepare for dinner. If you would like more information about the camp or their facilities please visit their website at: www.heartlandretreat.com

    The cost for camp this year will be $300.00 and must be paid in full before members will be allowed to move in to their room. You may pay the fee anytime between July 28 and August 3. YOU WILL NEED

    TO HAVE THE MEDICAL FORMS FILLED OUT AND SIGNED BY YOUR PARENTS IN ORDER TO

    PARTICIPATE AT BAND CAMP! Please don’t forget them.

    We have a great menu planned for everyone so all students are expected to eat at every meal unless there is a medical reason. This is not the time to try to lose weight, etc. If you are missed at any meal, you will have to eat the next one with Mr. Brun! A fate worse than death!

    If any parents are available to help chaperone, or wish to help out for the whole week, email Mrs. Boisvert rboisver@insight.rr.com; even if you can only come up for one (or more) days, your help will be greatly at appreciated. As in past years, parents are invited to come up on Friday, so we can “show off” what we have learned for the week. We move the show to 5:00pm to help accommodate working parents who

    would like to attend our performance. After the show and after members are check-out of their dorms, you may take your student home.

    Band Camp Directions and Emergency Contact Information

    The Heartland Conference and Retreat Center

    3201 County Road 225

    Marengo, OH 43334

Website: www.heartlandretreat.com

    Email: information@heartlandretreat.com

    Heartland Retreat Center: 740-747-0220

    Ian Brun: 614-327-4797

DIRECTIONS to Heartland Conference Retreat Center

    Option #1:

    1. Go North on US-23

    2. Turn east (right) on SR-229 thru the town of

    Ashley

    3. Turn right (south) on SR-24

    4. Turn left on CR-225, entrance for Heartland (big

    sign) on left - follow service road around

    campgrounds (bear right) to dorms by main hall

Option #2:

    1. Go north on I-71…get off at the SR-61 exit (exit

    #140).

    2. Follow the directions to SR-229 app 2 miles.

    Turn left on SR-229

    3. Follow signs to Heartland

    Option #3:

    1. Go north on I-71…get off at the SR-61 exit (exit #140).

    2. Turn right on SR-61

    3. Turn right on CR-15

    4. Turn right on CR-218

    5. Turn left on CR-225 Heartland will be on the right

Daily Activities

    During our time away we will focus on marching fundamentals, music rehearsal, music memorization, and building a sense of community among the band members. In order to accomplish these tasks, I will be bringing a camp staff that is experienced in all aspects of Marching Band. Camp instructors will run sectional rehearsals, as well as help in placing drill charts and acting as a liaison between the students and directors. I expect that all instructors will be treated with the same respect and dignity that is given to any other teacher or director. Disrespect or verbal abuse of a director or instructor will not be tolerated and may result in the offending student being sent home from camp and possible removal from the

    instrumental music program.

    During the day the students will be given free time at set times. The period of time after breakfast is when cabins should be cleaned (daily), beds made, and any other grooming should be done. When organized activities are planned, all students are expected to attend. In the afternoons, if music checks are passed,

students will be allowed the use of the pool. Rules will be set by the camp and lifeguard and will be

    enforced. There will be snacks and drinks available for purchase during the 3:00 pm free time.

All students are expected to be on time for every rehearsal during the day. I recommend wearing a watch

    so that you are never late. We will start with calisthenics at 7:00 am each morning and will include basic

    stretching, muscle warm-up, mental exercises, and light running. If for any reason you feel that you

    cannot make it to a rehearsal, YOU MUST CONTACT A CHAPERONE OR DIRECTOR IMMEDIATELY!

Daily Camp Schedule

    Front

     Brass Woodwinds Percussion Color Guard Ensemble

    Wake Up

    7:00am Basics / Calisthenics 7:30am

    Breakfast

    Announcements and Dismissal 9:00am Warm Ups Warm Ups Teach Drill Teach Drill Warm Ups (Field) (Field) 9:30am 10:00am Teach Drill Sectional Warm Ups Warm Ups Sectional 10:30am (Field) (Worship Center) 11:00am Sectional Teach Drill Sectional Sectional Sectional

    (with front 11:30am (Field) ensemble) (with battery) (Worship Center)

    Lunch

    Announcements and Dismissal 1:00pm Full Ensemble Full Ensemble Full Ensemble Sectional Full Ensemble 1:30pm (Worship Center) (Worship Center) (Worship Center) (Worship Center)

    2:00pm Master Class Master Class Master Class Sectional Sectional 2:30pm (Various Locations) (Various Locations) (Various Locations) (Worship Center)

    Optional Free Optional Free Optional Free Optional Free Optional Free

    Time Time Time Time Time (if pass music (if pass music (if pass music (if pass routine (if pass music check) check) check) check) check)

    Free Time

    Dinner

    Announcements and Dismissal 6:00pm

    6:30pm

    7:00pm Full Field Rehearsal 7:30pm

    8:00pm

    8:30pm

    Evening Activity

    In Dorms

    Lights Out

    Bed Checks throughout the night

Discipline Procedures

    Band Camp is an extension of the Olentangy High School Educational System. Therefore all traditional

    school rules apply at camp. Infractions of any of these rules may result in one or more of the following: 1. Push-ups on the marching field

    2. Run laps around the marching field

    3. Loss of afternoon free time

    4. Loss of third quarter privileges

    5. Sending the student home

    6. Removal from the instrumental music program

    In my experience with band camps, these are rarely used, and I expect that this camp will be no different.

    Band Camp Staff (as of 7/22/08)

    Head Director Mr. Ian Brun

    Woodwind Caption Head Mr. Adam Gammill Brass Caption Head Mr. Byron Brandon Flutes Ms. Claire Otis Trumpets Mr. Eric Stauffer Clarinets Mrs. Victoria Straub Mellophones Mrs. Kim Bell Alto Saxophones Mr. Matt Wentzel Trombones & Baritones Mr. Byron Brandon Tenor/Bari Saxophones Mrs. Jessica Harris Rogers Tubas Ms. Laura Schiefer

    Percussion Caption Head Mr. Brian Bell Colorguard Caption Head Mrs. Cindy Brun Front Ensemble T.B.A. Colorguard Choreographer Mrs. Jamie Clark Post-Camp Rehearsals

    At the conclusion of band camp, we will have evening rehearsals from 5:00pm 7:00pm on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. All members are expected to arrive at the band room no later than 5:00pm.

    Tuesday, August 12 5:00pm 7:00pm

    Thursday, August 14 5:00pm 7:00pm

    Tuesday, August 19 5:00pm 7:00pm

This will enable us to improve our current show, start work on our football shows and allow us to maintain

    the high level of performance that the OHS Marching Band has come to expect.

     Ian Brun

    Instrumental Music Director

    Olentangy High School

Camp Check List

    The following is a list of items that I have found to be helpful when going to camp and a list of items that I

    do NOT want to see at camp. This is by no means a complete list nor is it a required list.

     Things to bring to Camp Optional things to bring ????5 pair of shorts Electric fan (we have air conditioned dorms) ????8 tee shirts Spending money (not much, for pizza, pop, etc.) ????1 sweat shirt Munchies (you can’t get through the day without these)

    ????1 sweat pants Stereo (with volume control and headphones) ????8 pair of underwear

    ????12 pair of socks

    ????2 pair shoes

    ????1 pair of sandals or flip flops

    ??Summer Uniform ??

    Things NOT to bring to Camp

    (a.k.a. How to get sent home from camp) ?? shaving cream (except for shaving) hat

    ?? water balloons (with or without water) sunglasses

    ?? swimsuit water guns

    ?? rain jacket fireworks of any nature ?? twin sheets alcohol

    ?? pillow tobacco products ??blanket or sleeping bag (optional) illegal substances

     spray paint

    ?? toothbrush inappropriate clothing ?? toothpaste silly string

    ?? hair brush / comb fire arms

    ?? shampoo pocketknives

    ?? soap cell phones

    ?? feminine products personal pagers ?? shower shoes lighters

    ?? towel diet aides / pills ?? wash cloth large sporting equipment (LAX sticks, free weights,

    etc)

    ?? razor a stereo bigger than your room ?? contact supplies any medication NOT handled by a staff member

    ?? A BAD ATTITUDE glasses

    ?? deodorant (Please!?!?!?!!?)

?? sun block

    ?? lip medication

    ?? insect repellent (Deep Woods Off)

    ?? flashlight

    ?? instrument

    ?? instrument maintenance supplies

    (valve oil, reeds, lyre, flip folder, etc)

    ?? music

    ?? drill book

    ?? pencils

    ?? water bottle/jug for water breaks

Equipment / Uniform Accessories Price List

    As with any activity, there are some additional costs that are incurred during the course of the year. I

    have tried to list all equipment and uniform accessories that will be needed during marching season. The

    cost of some items may seem on the expensive side, however, with proper care they will last the entire

    season, and in many cases more than one year.

This year’s band fee (or Pay to Play) is $20.00 for both Concert and Marching Band and $50.00 for color

    guard. This fee includes all instructional costs, and most transportation costs.

I have included this breakdown of expenses so that there is no misunderstanding about what each

    student is expected to be financially responsible for. This is a list of EVERYTHING that a new band

    member would be expected to obtain with approximate costs. The total will be different for each

    individual student depending on what equipment the already own, how well used equipment has been

    maintained and how much was paid into their student accounts from fundraisers.

    2008-2009 Projected Individual Expenses Band Fee (Pay to Play) 20.00 20.00 Payable to OHS Band Camp* 300.00 300.00 Payable to OMBA To be held at the Heartland

    Retreat and Conference Center,

    Marengo, OH

    Summer Uniform Shirt 20.00 N/A Egelhoff’s Sport Shop Summer Uniform Shorts 30.00 N/A Egelhoff’s Sport Shop

     Summer Uniform Socks Approx. 5.00 N/A Purchase on your own

     Summer Uniform Shoes Approx. 20.00 N/A Purchase on your own

     Marching Band Gloves 3.00 3.00 Payable to OMBA (the first pair each season is free)

     Marching Band Socks Approx. 5.00 N/A Purchase on your own

     Marching Band Shoes 35.00 N/A Payable to Colonial Music

     Marching Band Flip Folder 6.00 N/A Purchase on your own

     Marching Band Lyre Approx. 6.00 N/A Purchase on your own

     Concert Band White Shirt 20.00 N/A Purchase on your own

     Concert Band Coat Cleaning 6.00 6.00 Payable to OMBA

     Color Guard Mini-Camp 200.00 200.00

     Percussion Mini-Camp

     Total 476.00 329.00

     Total for Color Guard 676.00 529.00

*The cost of these items could be reduced through the fundraising activity of the band and the music boosters.

Some of these items will be available throughout the season so an immediate expense may not be

    necessary. The only items that will be needed by Friday the last day of band camp are the items for the

    summer uniform (blue shirt, khaki shorts).

Season Schedule

    As we move closer to many of these performances, the times can and will change, many times out of our

    control. Please be flexible, and know that I will do my utmost to keep this schedule and times.

JULY

    28 1 Color Guard Mini-Camp 8:00am 4:00pm OHS Music Wing 28 1 Percussion Mini-Camp 8:00am 4:00pm OHS Music Wing 28 1 Leadership Mini-Camp 8:00am 12:00pm OHS Music Wing 28 1 Rookie Mini-Camp 8:00am 12:00pm OHS Music Wing 28 1 Field Commander Mini-Camp 12:00pm 4:00pm OHS Music Wing 28 1 Pre-Camp Rehearsal 5:00pm 7:00pm OHS Music Wing

AUGUST

    3 8 Band Camp All Day Heartland Retreat Center

    12 Post Camp Rehearsal 5:00pm 7:00pm ?? Columbus Zoo Performance 5:30pm - 8:00pm Summer Uniforms

    14 Post Camp Rehearsal 5:00pm 7:00pm 19 Last summer rehearsal 5:00pm 7:00pm 19 Football Program pictures 5:00pm 7:00pm large group, small groups

     and individual pictures st20 1 Day of School

    22 Football @ Thomas Worthington Stay after school Summer Uniform

    26 Tuesday rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 27 Color Guard Rehearsal 6:00pm 8:30pm 28 Percussion rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 29 Football vs. Delaware Hayes Stay after school Full Uniform

SEPTEMBER

    2 Tuesday rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 3 Color Guard Rehearsal 6:00pm 8:30pm 4 Percussion rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 5 Football vs. Big Walnut Stay after school Full Uniform

    6 Marching Band Contest T.B.A.

    ?? Little Brown Jug Parade 1:00pm 5:30pm Summer Uniform 9 Tuesday rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 10 Color Guard Rehearsal 6:00pm 8:30pm 11 Percussion rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 12 Football vs. Dublin Scioto Stay after school Full Uniform (MS Night?)

    16 Tuesday rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 17 Color Guard Rehearsal 6:00pm 8:30pm 18 Percussion rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 19 Football @ Marysville Stay after school Full Uniform

    20 Marching Band Contest T.B.A.

    23 Tuesday rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 24 Color Guard Rehearsal 6:00pm 8:30pm 25 Percussion rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 26 Football @ Olentangy Liberty Stay after school Full Uniform (Homecoming)

    30 Tuesday rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm

OCTOBER

    1 Color Guard Rehearsal 6:00pm 8:30pm 2 Percussion rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 3 Football vs. Dublin Jerome Stay after school Full Uniform

    4 Marching Band Contest T.B.A.

    ?? PRIDE DAY 8:30am 12:00pm Full Uniform 7 Tuesday rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 8 Color Guard Rehearsal 6:00pm 8:30pm 9 Percussion rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 10 Football @ Westerville Central Stay after school Full Uniform

    14 Tuesday rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 15 Color Guard Rehearsal 6:00pm 8:30pm 16 Percussion rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 17 Football vs. Westerville South 5:00pm - 11:00pm Full Uniform(Senior Night?)

     (NO SCHOOL)

    18 Marching Band Contest T.B.A.

    21 Tuesday rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 22 Color Guard Rehearsal 6:00pm 8:30pm 23 Percussion rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 24 Football @ Westerville North Stay after school Full Uniform

    28 Tuesday rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 29 Color Guard Rehearsal 6:00pm 8:30pm 30 Percussion rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 31 Playoff Game Stay after school

NOVEMBER

    1 Mid-States Championship T.B.A. Full Uniform

    4 Tuesday rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 5 Color Guard Rehearsal 6:00pm 8:30pm 6 Percussion rehearsal 3:00pm 5:00pm 7 Playoff Game Stay after school

    8 State Marching Band Contest T.B.A. Full Uniform

    11 Marching Band Concert 7:00pm 8:00pm Full Uniform

DECEMBER

    7 Holiday Concert 2:00pm 3:00pm Full Uniform

    JANUARY th26 8 Grade Band Parents Meeting 7:00pm 8:00pm Full Uniform

FEBRUARY

    14 Solo & Ensemble Contest T.B.A. Full Uniform

MARCH

    10 Band Concert 7:00pm 8:00pm 13 14 OMEA Large Group Contest (X) T.B.A. Full Uniform

APRIL

    24 25 OMEA State Band Contest T.B.A. Full Uniform

MAY

    17 Band Concert 2:00pm 3:00pm Full Uniform

21 or 26 Band Awards Banquet 6:00pm 9:00pm T.B.A.

30 Graduation T.B.A. Full Uniform

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