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Welcome to Mrs. McIlvaine's blog, featuring information about the classroom and performance groups.

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Cecil Intermediate School Chorus Concerts

Concert Dates: All perform on Wed., May 10 @ 9:30am for the school
Evening Performance for 5th grade: Wed., May 10 @ 7:00pm for family members
Evening Performance for 6th grade: Thur., May 11 @ 7:00pm for family members
*Students will report to the cafeteria by 6:30pm for attendance and line-up. Doors will open at 6:15pm.
STANDARD CONCERT ATTIRE FOR EVENING PERFORMANCE: ("black and white, only at night")
Girls - solid black skirt of knee length or solid black dress slacks, white button-down dress blouse, neutral hose if desired, black dress shoes (no boots or socks).
Boys - solid black dress pants, white button-down dress shirt, black socks, black dress shoes (no jeans,undershirts or tennis shoes).
MORNING PERFORMANCE ATTIRE:
Dress clothes of choice - no shorts, no short skirts, no sweaters (lightweight material is comfortable), no flip flops

Monday, February 6, 2017

Cecil Elementary School 4th Grade Band & Chorus Concert

All 4th graders will perform on Wednesday, May 17 at 2:00pm for the school and 7:00pm for family members. Students should report to the music room at 6:30 for warm-ups. Since this is a concert featuring music of the history of Cecil Elementary School, students have been given the option to wear appropriate period clothing from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Otherwise, students are to wear dress clothes and shoes of their choice to school that day and for the evening performance. Shorts, short skirts, flip flops, jeans and tennis shoes are not considered concert attire appropriate.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

The Music Mac Blog

Welcome Students/Parents to my blog.  You will find information throughout the school year regarding music and chorus at Cecil Intermediate School and Cecil Elementary School.  Please feel free to explore!  Have a great school year.  -Mrs. McIlvaine

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

National Anthem-Madison Rising

Check out this different arrangement of "The Star-Spangled Banner," performed with patriotic pride by Madison Rising.