Week 13 FYI
Again, I'm 12 hours late on posting an FYI, my sincerest apologies. Last week's football game was an interesting one. We hit major traffic going into the downtown and spent a solid hour sitting in the left lane of 70 West. Olentangy Orange was gracious enough to provide the SSB for the game. If you have an opportunity to thank them, please do.
This Friday's game is at St. Francis DeSales. It's location is also in a tough spot of Columbus. I caution everyone to check traffic when planning to attend the game.
Huge shout out to uniform volunteers Vanessa and Katie for retrieving the faded raincoats from the cleaners. With the band absences and use of the faded coats they were able to provide an additional layer for the kids. I should also take a second recognize the efforts of all those who've volunteered to help with uniforms this season. It's a huge undertaking and greatly appreciated by everyone. Thank you.
The students did much better this past Friday dressing for the weather. I would continue to encourage students to wear long black socks so that they can tuck in their layer under the purple bibbers into their black socks.
Game and post game
We are the visiting team this week and will not need to perform halftime. Per OHSAA regulations we will perform first at halftime.
The weather is extremely cold when we return home after games. Parents/Guardians please make sure you have discussed a plan for pickup. Pick up your child in a timely manor. It is what's best for everyone.
4:30 - Load/Change
5:15 - Depart for DeSales
6:15 - Arrive
7:03 - Kick-Off
TBD - Return to PHSC
12/8/2019 08:11:46 am
Football is a great sport for us to develop teamwork. There will be a lot of effort that this sport will require us, but we will be the one who will gain those benefits, benefits that will help us to grow and be the person that will inspire millions of people. We do not know we are the inspiration of the little ones so let us keep on moving forward no matter what. I will always support these players on any situation.
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Mr. Stowe is Director of Bands at Pickerington High School Central. He's in his 9th year of teaching in Pickerington and 17th year of his career. Mr. Stowe holds two Bachelors degrees in Music Education and Performance from Capital University and a Masters of Music from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.