Hey everyone! Mr. Norwood (and a few of our past and present choir beasts) is in a fun musical called Newsies this weekend at the Lerner Theater in Elkhart. If you are interested in taking the kids here is more info and a link to the Lerner site for you! P.S. This is between you and me!! Don’t tell him who you heard it from…he’d kill me!! Lerner Link Here
Need some fun in your July? Contact Mrs. Norwood!!
Dodgeball 2018 Results!
The battle was a good one this year! There was a great turn out for Choir Beasts and Band Geeks as they finally faced each other on the court. The Sixth Grade Choir Beasts were brutal in their pursuit of victory. After a 20 minute barrage of flying missiles they claimed it, giving us our first point in the WIN Column! The Seventh grade Beasts and Geeks were up next. At first the Band Geeks took the lead with the help of a huge 6 foot warrior whohad to have had a wingspan of 8 feet! He looked gleeful as he slowly picked off our team. But the 7th graders held it together under the pressure and took him out! Alas, the small but mighty crew succumbed to the Band Geek’s relentless rapid fire. Leaving the trophy rights up to the 8th Graders. As the 8th grade teams took their places, Mr. Cone and Mr. Detwieler joined their squad while Mr. Norwood took his place with his crew. (Mrs. A was the trusty photographer). Each team seemed to be empowered with there directors at the helm. The balls began to fly and the crowds began to gather around the court as the two teams went to battle! Mr. Norwood was definitely a force to be reckoned with! First he set his sights on Mr. D! With a powerful lob he took him out of the fight. That left Mr. Cone. Back and forth they went. Ducking and weaving until finally Mr. Norwood took him down! That left it up to the Geeks vs the Beasts to bring home the beloved Dodge Ball Trophy. As the battle continued the numbers on each side dwindled down to one! Kara Stacy was the only Band Geek that remained. She was facing Lexee Yoder for the Choir Beasts. The crowd began to roar as the two faced off for the final round. Each warrior was fierce, determined, and focused but Kara landed the final shot and claimed this year’s victory for the Band Geeks. Congratulations to everyone for another exciting year!
Check out our Facebook page to see more pics!!
NEWS FROM THE HIGH SCOOL DIRECTORS!!!!!
Northridge High School Choir
Awards & Orientation
WHEN: Monday, May 21, 2018
TIME: 7:00 P.M.
2017-2018 NHS Choral Department Awards are 7:00 – 8:00 P.M.
2018-2019 NHS Choral Department Orientation 8:15 – 9:00 P.M.
WHERE: Northridge Performing Arts Center
WHO: Parents & Students in all Choirs at NHS for 2018-2019
Radiance, Varsity Lights, Chamber Lights, Starlights, Lyric Lights, Northern Lights
At least 1 parent/guardian per family is expected to attend.
WHAT: Fittings, Calendars, Information for Parents & Students
ALL incoming Starlights & Northern Lights will be fitted 3:45 – 7:30 in the NHS Choir Room. Incoming Freshmen in Varsity Lights, Starlights or Northern Lights will be fitted during Awards at 7:00.
If you cannot be fitted before 7:30, please contact Mr. Shafer or Mrs. Yoder before Monday, May 21st.
Sizing for dance shoes, choir t-shirts (ALL Choirs) and travel jackets.
2018-2019 Calendar information will be available.
Contact information, Field Trip Forms, Code of Conduct, Food Allergy & Emergency Information Forms, Volunteer Expectations, etc. will be available to complete prior to summer break.
Individual Student Invoices will be available.
How to find choir information.
Concert Attire expectations.
Meet the Directors and veteran Parent Volunteers.
Thanks to Mrs. Cushwa and Mrs. Byers we have some pretty fabulous pictures of our Final Blast Performances! You can click on our Facebook link (right side of this page; http://www.facebook.com/nmschoir) to see them all! Wooohooooooooo!