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  • 8th grader Michael Armstrong plays the clarinet at the High School pre game on September 8th.

  • 8th grader Zachary Hancock plays the Saxophone at the high school pre-game to kick off the football game on September 8th.

  • The 8th grade color guard performs their routine during pregame for the high school football game against Desoto on September 8th.

  • Before playing, trumpeter Claire Blackinton marches into the stadium at the high school, performing for the high school football pregame on September 8th.

  • The 8th grade choir performs at their fall concert on October 3rd in the high school auditorium.

  • In Advisory, 8th grade Choir prepares for their concert later that night, on October 3rd. Mr. Lambotte has a joy for teaching. “I enjoy helping students through their vocal changes, as middle school is the time in students lives where this starts happening.”

  • Mr. Lambotte teaches his 7th grade 5th hour “Do-Re-Mi” using choir hand signals, in the choir music room October 3rd. Mr. Lambotte didn’t always want to be a music teacher. “When I was younger, I wanted to be a pilot in the navy, also known as a Naval Aviator, Being my fathers only son though, and only male that would carry on my side of the family name, I decided to go to college for music.”

  • 7th grade choir members practice songs on October 5th for the upcoming concert in order to sing their best.

  • Mrs.Mcleland directs the 8th grade in a rehearsal for the Fall Concert October 9th at the high school.

  • The 8th grade orchestra performs their fall concert in the WRHS auditorium on October 9th.

  • Viola player. Brody Branch prepares for an upcoming concert with his classmates during 7th hour. October 17th.

  • Viola player Avalon Simpson practices music for upcoming concert during 7th hour on October 17th.

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