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Overton Mustangs Band

If you  had any  trouble getting your assignments in google classroom, please try again.  I worked on them again and there should be two weeks worth of work, March 23-27 and March 29-April 3.  REMEMBER 6TH GRADE --IF YOU WANT THE PLAYING ASSIGNMENTS, YOU MUST HAVE YOUR INSTRUMENT AND BOOK.  IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THEM COME ON MONDAY’S FROM 10 TILL NOON OR 5 P.M. TILL 7 P.M.  GO THROUGH THE PICK UP LINE BEHIND THE CAFETERIA AND LET ME KNOW YOU WANT YOUR INSTRUMENT.  I WILL MEET YOU AT THE BAND HALL.  IF YOU CANNOT COME AT THAT TIME, EMAIL OR TEXT ME AND I WILL LET YOU KNOW IF WE WILL BE AT THE BAND HALL AT A DIFFERENT TIME.  HIGH SCHOOL—THIS WILL BE THE LAST WEEK FOR PLAYING ASSIGNMENTS OR FINGERING ASSIGNMENTS IF YOU DO NOT HAVE YOUR INSTRUMENT.  THOSE WHO HAVE THEM WILL CONTINUE ON OK PLAYING ASSIGNMENTS, THOSE WHO DO NOT  WILL BEGIN HAVING WRITTEN.  IF YOU DO NOT WANT A WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT BUT YOU DO NOT HAVE YOUR INSTRUMENT, COME AT THE ABOVE TIMES OR LET ME KNOW AND I WILL LET YOU KNOW ANY OTHER TIME WE ARE GOING TO BE AT THE BAND HALL.  STATE STUDENTS—CONTINUE WORKING ON STATE.  AS OF RIGHT NOW, IT IS STILL ON!!!!!!  

KEEP YOUR HEADS UP.  WE ARE GOING TO GET THROUGH THIS.  WE ARE STILL THE AWESOME OVERTON BANDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!WE MISS YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

              You can go to Mr. Hunger’s google pages and find your class.  4th, 5th, 6th, Applied Music, and High School Band all have their own classroom page.  It will tell what you are doing.  To get into your class you must have a code and join that class.  Here are the codes:  

                                  4th—c4tsoq5

                                   5th—7ahpkuz

                                   6th—w5xsn6c

                                    Applied Music—nsr67vs

                                    High School—lgxmtzm

Check back to this page for updates.    Also, check out the Band Booster Facebook Page.

High school band year in review:  We earned an Excellent rating at Region  21 UIL Marching Contest and at the National Association of Military Marching Bands Competition.  We had Jordan  Williams make the J. H. All-Region Band and Coltin Mott-Hayes make alternate.  We had Anna Jarrell and Alex Tharp make the High School All-Region Concert Band and Montana Tarkington and Daniel Prater make the High School All-Region Symphonic Band and both advanced to Area.  Daniel placed at Area which put him in the All-State Band.  In February at the Texas Music Educators Convention in San Antonio he placed 1st Chair in the All-State Band.  Later in  February, we participated in Solo and Ensemble for Middle school and high school.  Andria Green, Tanna Pollard, Jordan Williams, Coltin Mott-Hayes, Zoey Green, Matthew Netherland, Lila Gurley, and Kadden Williams all earned 1st divisions on solos for middle school.  Zoey Green, Jordan Williams, and Coltin Mott-Hayes also received a 1st division on a clarinet trio.  For high school, Tiffany Hedrick, Lexi Allison, Skye Page, and Jacob Brown all earned 1st divisions on class 3 solos.  Kyiriona Rolland earned a 1st division on a class 2 solo.  Alex Tharp earned a 1st division on a class 1 solo.  Daniel Prater earned a 1st division on a class 1 solo and is advancing to state.  Sarah Garcia, Heather Boehm, Lila Gurley, and Colton Sullens earned a 1st division on a class 3 trumpet ensemble.  Nekila Weir, Megan Yancey, Alex Brown, and Lilly Hearon earned a 1st division on a class 1 flute quartet and advanced to state.  Daniel Prater, Alex Tharp, and Montana Tarkington earned a 1st division on a class 1 clarinet trio and advanced to state.  Cameron Morrow, Braxton Pierce, and Lucas Garcia earned a 1st division on a class 1 trombone trio and advanced to state.  Reagan Hunger, Colton Sullens, Cameron Morrow, Braxton Pierce, and Kyiriona Rolland earned a 1st division on a class 1 Brass Quintet and advanced to state.  The band has been working hard for concert/sight-reading evaluation.

Hopefully we will be back to normal very soon.  Let’s be ready.