Week 8 - FYI
8th Grade night and Homecoming was a great success! Thank you to all that participated and helped with pit equipment.
It's Rivalry week and we are traveling to North High School. It's always an exciting football game and one of the best High School football game atmospheres around, though it's always a better when the game is played in the Ditch!
Information regarding the game can be found in this graphic from the district office.
Student safety is a huge concern for this event. Field passes are limited to alleviate the strain put on the law enforcement officers. As of Tuesday morning I'm not aware of how many field passes I will receive.
Please plan to arrive early to support the Marching Tigers and North Pride in a special combined pregame. It's fun to play up the rivalry of the football programs but both bands are very supportive of each other and we try to take every opportunity to combine as a symbol of community support. See the timeline pregame details.
4:00 - Dress rehearsal/walkthrough
4:20 - Load/Change
5:20 - Depart for Lakeview
5:45 - Arrive at Lakeview
6:45 - Pregame
7:00 - Kick-off
Senior Night Update
Looking ahead to week 9 we need to make sure all seniors have filled out the senior bio survey. Please note: in the interest of time we will edit the bios down to be concise and remove anything that is not appropriate or that does not pertain to your education, accomplishments and future plans.
New Philly Contest update (10/26)
Our performance time in New Philadelphia is at 8:15pm. Awards are not until 9:45! It's going to be a late evening, plan accordingly for student pickup. Student report time will be in the early afternoon.
The football stadium is NOT located at the New Philadelphia High School! Please see the map below!
OMEA State Marching Band Finals Update
We are currently scheduled for the November 2 at Hilliard Bradley. The date and location is locked in. Our performance time is currently 8:30pm but is still subject to change. I will keep you all posted.
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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.