Presentation on theme: "Lewis & Clark High School Music"— Presentation transcript:
1 Lewis & Clark High School Music Vancouver TripMay 22-25, 2014
2 ItineraryTrips like ours follow a strict itinerary. It is VERY important that you follow the itinerary closely.Students will receive a copy of the itinerary and are expected to carry it at all times.Parents, you can keep your copy of the itinerary to help you know where we are and how to reach us should an emergency occur.
3 Thursday May 22, 2014 5:15 AM- Arrive at Lewis & Clark High School. Load the busesAlpha Omega ChartersCheck in with your Chaperone and show necessary documentation and inhalers/epipens6:00 AM- Depart Lewis & Clark High School
4 Thursday May 22, 2014Breakfast/Lunch on the bus. Please bring sack meals (all fruit must be eaten before the border)3 PMish- Arrive in Vancouver- Check in at Hotel time permitting- Delta Burnaby Hotel & Conference Center, 4331 Dominion St, Burnaby, BC4:00 PM- Dinner
5 Thursday May 22, 20146:00 PM- Jazz 2 Warm Up (Douglas College- 700 Royal Avenue, New Westminster, BC)6:35 PM- Performance- Jazz 26:45 PM- Concert Orchestra Warm Up7:20 PM- Performance- Concert Orchestra7:30 PM- Symphonic Band Warm Up8:05 PM- Performance- Symphonic Band
6 Thursday May 22, 2014 8:40 PM- Depart for Hotel 10:00 PM- In Rooms 11:00 PM- Lights Out
7 Friday May 23, 2014 7:30 AM- Wake up call 8:45 AM- Depart hotel 10:00 AM- Show Choir Warm Up (Capilano University, 2055 Purcell Way, North Vancouver, BC)10:30 AM- Performance- Show Choir11:00 AM- Cantabile Warm Up
8 Friday May 23, 2014 11:30 AM- Performance- Cantabile 11:55 AM- Bands Leave for Lunch12:00 PM- Concert Choir Warm Up12:30 PM- Performance- Concert Choir1:00 PM- Depart for Lunch2:20 PM- Jazz 1 Warm Up (Douglas College)2:55 PM- Performance- Jazz 14:10 PM- Concert Band Warm Up
10 Friday May 23, 201410:00 PM- Return to Hotel11:00 PM- Lights Out
11 Saturday May 24, 2014 7:00 AM- Wake-Up Call/Breakfast 8:30 AM- Depart for Hyak Parade9:00 AM- Stage for Hyak Parade11:00 AM- Parade Begins12:30 PM- Parade Ends- Change and then disperse for lunchPM- Afternoon Activity Stanley Park7:00 PM- PNE Playland- Rides, Dinner, Awards, Dance11:00 PM- Light’s Out
12 Sunday May 25, 2014 6:30 AM- Wake-Up Call/Check-out 8:00 AM- Check Out/Depart for Capilano Suspension Bridge9:00 AM- Capilano Sus. Bridge11:30 AM- Depart for Home/Boxed LunchAfternoon (4-5ish)- Stop for dinner in Ellensburg (1 hr?)9:30-10:30 PM- Return to Lewis & Clark High School
13 PackingEach passenger is allowed to carry on one backpack-sized bag and one personal item such as a purse or briefcase. Assistive devices and outer garments do not count as personal items. All carry-on “luggage” must fit in the overhead bin or under the seat in front of you. You can then put a small suitcase and your instrument under the bus.
14 Packing List (1/9) Medical Supplies Inhalers Epipens Others See your teacher for all other related medical suppliesAll prescription and over the counter drugs must have the proper paperwork completed 5 days prior to the trip.Prescriptions may go into Canada but need to be in original packaging.
15 Packing List (2/9) Picture ID- (Drivers License and/or ASB Card). Birth Certificate (Original or Certified Copy)(students only), Passport, Passport Card, Enhanced License/ID, Trusted Traveler Program Cards (Nexus, Sentri, Fast, Global Entry)$75-80 Spending Money for the trip (5 meals & a movie). This does NOT include souvenirs so if you plan to spend more bring moreMovies for the Charter Busses (PG-13 or -)
16 Packing List (3/9) Pillow/Blanket for the bus trips Quiet EntertainmentBooksiPods*Hand-held Video Games*Movies*Travel GamesHomework
17 Packing List (4/9) Cell Phones/Calling Cards You will not be able to call using room phonesBe aware of your Cell Phone call and texting fees for international travelGlasses, Contacts, SunglassesCamerasSnacks, Beverages, Thursday morning breakfast itemsLC Logo Clothing (WEAR THIS- it helps us find you in a crowd)
18 Packing List (5/9)Uniform (Preferably pre-ironed and in a flat garment bag)Shoes (Concert and Marching)Dress/Shirt (Concert Shirt and Marching Shirt)PantsVestTiesBlack Socks/Nylons/etc.
19 Packing List (6/9)Instruments (make sure your name & address is tagged on the outside of the case)Mouthpiece/Reeds/Ligatures/BowsValve Oil/Cork Grease/Slide Grease/RosinMutes/Rock StopsSticks/Mallets/AccessoriesSecondary Instrument (?)Some Percussion/AmpsMusic (will be put in pep band travel bins)
20 Packing List (7/9) Clothes for 4 days Pants/Shorts T-Shirts/Long Sleeve Shirts/JacketUnder Garments/UnmentionablesHighly Appropriate Night Wear (Pajamas)Shoes (Tennis Shoes/Sandals)Hat/Sunglasses (?)
23 Medications on the Trip View form entitled “Medications During Over Night or Extended Field Trips.”Due to the circumstances of this trip we are encouraging a mixture of step 3 and step 4 (student self-carry and administer and then put students name in blanks of step 4).Include necessary notes/forms with your student or turn in to teachers ahead of time.Unless….your students needs adult supervision to insure medications are taken, student needs a lot of medication, or medication is “strong” (i.e. narcotics for a mental health condition).
24 Medications continued… All medication on the trip must be in original bottle with a readable original label.Please only send the amount of medication you believe your student will need for the trip. This helps us with safety and security.Students requiring Epipens/Inhalers need to have a way to carry the device on their person at all times. They will be requested by chaperones to show the device prior to all departures on the trip.
25 Items Inappropriate for the Trip (1/2) All inappropriate items will be confiscated and the student may be subject to disciplinary action.Video Game ConsolesValuables (excessive and/or expensive Jewelry, etc.)Athletic EquipmentNoisy Items (anything loud enough to bother someone else)
26 Items Inappropriate for the Trip (2/2) Drugs/AlcoholWeapons (including pocket knives)Gang/Sex/Drug ParaphernaliaExcessive amounts of clothing and/or toiletriesExcessive amounts of Entertainment Items (including movies)The School & Festival cannot be held responsible for any lost or damaged items on the trip. Please pack accordingly
27 Overnight Travel Rules & Guidelines For students (1/2):Remember you are an ambassador of Lewis & Clark High School. Every one of your actions, positive and negative, will reflect on our school, community and yourself.It is your responsibility to maintain contact with your assigned chaperone and obey all the requests and rules given to you.
28 Overnight Travel Rules & Guidelines For students (2/2):Students will not loiter in hotels halls unless given express permission by your chaperone.All students will be in their rooms, behind locked doors at the time designated by the directors or your chaperone. The hotel calls for quiet at 10 PM.Students are not allowed in other students’ rooms of the opposite gender or in the rooms of other students from other schools.
29 Overnight Travel Rules & Guidelines For chaperones:Know the students assigned to your care, including any medical concerns. As chaperone, you are responsible for the safety and well being of your students.Know where your students are at all times.Enforce school policy. Consistent discipline is a requirement for chaperones.Chaperones, coaches and teachers on overnight trips will not consume alcohol.
30 Overnight Travel Rules & Guidelines Miscellaneous (1/2):A cell phone will be switched on and carried at all times by the lead chaperone, coach or teacher. Every student will carry the phone number with them for use in emergencies. You can reach Mrs. Gilmore at (509) , Mrs. Pederson (509) , or Mr. Hancock at (509)
31 Overnight Travel Rules & Guidelines Miscellaneous (2/2):The school discipline policy must be consistently followed on the trip. Any infringement of the rules will be dealt with immediately.
32 LCHS Trip PoliciesWhile on a music trip, students are expected to behave in a manner above reproach. No amount of disrespect, disobedience or “attitude” will be allowed. Students should always be on their best behavior as representatives of Lewis & Clark High School. The following rules will be STRICTLY enforced:
33 LCHS Trip Policies, Rules (1/2) Adherence to all LCHS school policies as outlined in the LCHS student handbook and Spokane Public Schools Policies & Procedures. Trips are an extension of the class, and as such are treated in the same way. Certain infractions (such as possession of alcohol, drugs tobacco, etc.) may call for the student(s) and/or the entire group to be sent home immediately. This would most probably jeopardize or cancel future trips for all of the LCHS Music Program.
34 LCHS Trip Policies, Rules (2/2) All staff members and chaperones are to be treated with the utmost respect. Any difficulties/disagreements with the chaperones or staff are to be brought to the director’s attention immediately.LCHS Band/Choir/Orchestra members act with CLASS- treat each other and all others with respect and dignity.Schedule and time-lines will be followed strictly- Do not get left behind.
35 LCHS Trip Policies, Consequences In case of problems/concerns, the discipline policy will be determined by the director, other staff members or possibly the LCHS administration. Depending on the severity of the infraction, the consequences may include:A phone call to the student’s parents.The student being sent back home at the parent’s expense, with further disciplinary action through the LCHS discipline policy.The loss of further travel privileges and possible removal from the class.
36 Personal Safety Tips (1/3) Be cautious when you talk to strangers. Do not offer any personal information such as last name, where you are staying, your room number or phone number.Always travel in groups of a minimum of 3-4 students.
37 Personal Safety Tips (2/3) Always ask your chaperones permission before your small group leaves the larger group for ANY reasonBe aware of people around you, especially in hotel lobbies and in the hallways near your room.Do not flash your room key or large amounts of money.
38 Personal Safety Tips (3/3) When you first enter your hotel room, determine where the fire exit is located. Count the doors between your room and the exit. Remember, if there is a fire, chances are you won’t be able to see anything so check it out before hand.In the event of an emergency parents, students, chaperones, or staff members may call the directors.
39 Chaperone Student Assignments The chaperones for this trip are:Tracy BergDeborah GardnerMichele HalstedMary SchauerKathy BruceScott KuselDan BurgessStacy KowtkoLisa Heimbigner-MooreLeslie MartinLibby WhitleyLynda WilliamsonChristine SchafferMathew RawlinsJoe KinsellaJoe KowtkoCourtney Susemiehl
40 Chaperones Continued Michelle Grady Kristi Seppa Lori Snyder Sonya York
41 Tracy Berg Meri Magnuson Lucy Riley Hattie Stone Charlotte Wall Cassidy CunninghamMaria FranchinoMackenzie FrandsenAshlynn TrainaOlivia CookAllison LittleEmily LoveIsabella Manoguerra
42 Simone Gardner Luke Copley Peter Erwin Nathan Lee Kahlil Wilson-Moore Ethan BurchettBrendon DavisJackson McMurrayMalcolm TeelMax HambyNorman RobbinsTyler SchmitzWells Stromberg
43 Michele Halsted Jacob Bragg Patrick Cunningham Haydn Halsted Eli MillerMike HowardTyler OhmannJohn ThayerBilly WardAndy GreeneMitch HammAndrew LarsonBraeden Tyler-Babkirk
44 Lisa Heimbigner-Moore Scott InnesBryan KrychChris McGovernSpencer MooreDavid ArcherHank ArmstrongBrian BakerBlake GreenswordWilffer BokmejRyan HahtoEstebon HughesConnor Radford
45 Leslie Martin Zoe Brown Kaylee Martin Katy Schermerhorn Theresa SimpsonChantel DuggerSojeong HanAshley PyleMalia SchramSaryna JonesDelaney KramerJo LockhartTori Schauer