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Valencia High School. Who are the Boosters and Valencia Instrumental Parents (VIP)? 2013-14 VIP Executive Board President: Monica Ebeltoft VP of Communications.

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1 Valencia High School

2 Who are the Boosters and Valencia Instrumental Parents (VIP)? VIP Executive Board President: Monica Ebeltoft VP of Communications /Webmaster: Michelle Keil/Eric Noon VP of Logistics: Richard Yazloff VP of Ways and Means: VP of ColorGuard: Lisa Moyer VP of Jazz: Bill Terry and Brianna Goldman VP of Drumline: Perry Ebeltoft Secretary: Peggy Yazloff Treasurer: Helen Sakaue Uniforms Coord: Inge Booher The VIP is a non-profit organization that exists to support and sustain a fiscally sound and viable, quality music program that meets the needs of our students, our parents, our school and our community.

3 Registration forms Collect and manage all payments -BLACK BOX! Fund Equipment, instruments, props Fund and manage marching uniforms, student jackets Fund Parades, Field Shows, Competitions: Purchase music, visual and drill, coordinators fees, entry fees Scheduling and plan with coordinators Uniforms Loading and Set Up Transportation, Gas and Logistics, Hotels Food and Drink Volunteers Fund, plan and work all Band Events and Activities Plan and coordinate all Fundraisers What does the VIP do?

4 What to expect… The Tiger Regiment is a competing band and we compete ALL school year!!

5 Summer (June, July, August) Practice 1-2 times a week Band Conditioning Camp (June 19-21) Band Movement Class (3 Weds. eves) Band Camp (Aug includes Saturdays) Uniform Fittings (week of Aug.19) Football Scrimmage (Aug.23) Football Game (Aug.30)

6 Fall (Sept,Oct,Nov) Zero period 6:45 a.m. Rehearsals Tuesday Nights 5-9 pm and ½ day Saturdays Sectional Practices 1-2 times a week 4 Friday Night Football Games 3 Parades and 5 Field shows on Saturdays

7 Winter (Jan, Feb, Mar, April) Concert or Symphonic Band Winter Guard Winter Drumline Jazz Ensemble (all year) Band Banquet-June

8 Expenses for General (bank fees, communications, insurance, taxes, mileage/gas reimbursements, awards banquet) = $3,725 Entry and Registration Fees = $3,200 Music arrangements & copyrights = $6,500 Equipment & Repairs (uniform room, plume bag, repairs to wagon & trailers, etc.) = $2,150 Instruments & repairs = $8,000 Uniforms & regiment wear (freshmen polos & jackets, field show t-shirts, costumes and uniform maintenance) = $8,200 Coaches stipends/district fee (14 coaches & instructors) = $61,570 Winter Programs (concert/symphonic bands, drumline, colorguard, jazz bands) = $65,100

9 Total Estimated Expenses: $158,445 Marching/Concert/Symphonic Bands- all Marching/Winter Drumline Marching/WinterGuard Marching/Jazz Band This is the total amount to support the following programs for the upcoming year:

10 Types of Fundraisers Individual Movie Tickets Bingo Night Referral Butter Braid See’s Candy Cherrydale Candy Angel’s Tickets Band Pageant Tickets Adopt-a-Tiger General Valencia Field Show Drumline Show Winter Guard Show Jazz Guest Artist Classic Car Show Tiger Jam Music in the Parks Bingo Night Band Camp Meals Band Snack Shack Scrip Winter Groups Guard Show Booth Guard MIP Drumline Limo Basket Drumline Pie Sale Drumline Gift Wrap Drumline MIP Jazz MIP

11 General Fundraising Program Total estimated general fundraising income= $74,920 Expenses offset by fundraisers = $83,525

12 Cost Per Student Divided among 120 students the cost is: $1,320 per student

13 Annual Fairshare Pledge Donations Annual Fairshare pledge donations will cover the cost of remaining expenses: Marching/Concert/Symphonic = $400 Marching/Winter Drumline = $1,100 Marching/Jazz = $870 Colorguard/Winterguard = $1,200 Anticipated income from annual fairshare pledge donations = $83,943

14 Types of Fundraisers Individual Movie Tickets Bingo Night Referral Butter Braid See’s Candy Cherrydale Candy Angel’s Tickets Band Pageant Tickets Adopt-a-Tiger General Classic Car Show Valencia Field Show Drumline Show Winter Guard Show Jazz Guest Artist Tiger Jam Music in the Parks Bingo Night Band Camp Meals Band Snack Shack Winter Groups Guard Show Booth Guard MIP Drumline Limo Basket Drumline Pie Sale Drumline Gift Wrap Drumline MIP Jazz MIP

15 Summary Total Annual Expenses$158,445 General Fundraising Income- $74,920 Expenses $83,525 Annual Fairshare Pledge Donations-$83,943 DIFFERENCE $418 A FUN & SUCCESSFUL TIGER REGIMENT YEAR!

16 Fair Share Donation

17 The Tiger Regiment Needs You ALL Year!

18 What is your role? Band Booster Meetings Stay informed- Volunteer Donate food Fair Share Donation Fundraising

19 Methods of Payment We accept checks, cash, and now credit cards. Credit card payments may be made online through Paypal. Make your pledge donation in one lump sum, or in monthly installments. A statement will be ed on a monthly basis.

20 School Registration Fees Valencia HS requires: ASB Transportation Fees

21 Benefits to your student Quality, well-rounded music education Top instructors in So. Calif. Performance/competition experience Responsibility/Time Manag./Teamwork Peer Group Identity and Social Network College application Extracurricular FUN!!! Release pressures of being a teen


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