Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Wednesday MM

Good Morning!

We will have a fun, exciting and Short faculty meeting today. If you need time on the agenda please zip me an e-mail

PTA board in the Media Center at 11:30

Subs today:
Willie Mae Carson for Wanda Sagel
No sub for Nicole Price
No sub for Sue Ann Gillespie

Please look over the folowing information form Mrs. Ferguson and lend a hand.
We need help with the Winter Holiday Assembly on Friday, Dec. 19 at 1:45
Please send an email to Betty Ferguson if you will help with any of these items. Thanks.
1. Costumes:
a. student volunteers who have traditional Chinese clothes or traditional Mexican
clothes to participate in a small non singing part.
b. Costume makers…costumes for 2nd graders: 5 angels; 5 to 10 shepherds; 8-10
townspeople (for Nativity story)
2. Props
5 to 10 lanterns with candles (& fake flames)
15 to 20 candles (with fake flames)
a “star” piñata
a stick horse
a child’s wagon
a plastic punch bowl
3. Scenery volunteers
a. to make simple scenery ( cover 2 frames with paper to create 2 “doors”)
b. to place scenery on stage by noon on Dec. 19 (include hanging piñata)
c. to remove big paper keyboard decoration that hangs from the side wall of
the stage in early December
d. to remove decorations & props after the Dec. 19 program at 2:30
e. to loan poinsettias for decoration during the program
f. to set up and take down 12 risers (steps)
g. to work backstage during rehearsal &/or the program
4. “Crowd control”…working with the performers
a. to assist during morning rehearsals on Dec. 19 (time TBA)
b. to assist during the program at 1:45 on Dec. 19
5. Use of the gym during the morning of Dec. 19
2nd and 5th grade students to rehearse during the morning of Dec. 19
(& their teachers to help)

(Possibly have students who do not have an instrumental part recite this poem.)
Alternate 2 lines for each person (or group):
“ Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening” (by Robert Frost)

A. Whose woods these are I think I know.
His house is in the village, though.
B. He will not see me stopping here
To watch his woods fill up with snow.
A. My little horse must think it queer
To stop without a farmhouse near.
B. He gives his harness bells a shake
To ask if there is some mistake.
A. The woods are lovely, dark, and deep,
B. But I have promises to keep.
A & B And miles to go before I sleep.

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