September Super Bears!
Super Band Students ~ Blake Brossmer & Marissa Dozel
Blake is a senior clarinet player and is working extremely hard to have a great year. He is determined, always present and goes out of his way to help others out. Blake always took on the task of learning Bassoon...not an easy instrument to play! Thank you Blake for being a super bear!
Marissa is a junior flute player. Marissa loves music and her dog. Marissa works very hard on her instrument so much that she can play the solos in our field show at a moments notice. Thank you Marissa for sharing your love of music with us.
Super Color Guard Students ~ Kate Jaeckels & Lillia Jacobo
Kate and Lillia share similar qualities. They both are extremely dedicated and show great strides of improvement. This is Kate's second year on the team and she is a ball of fire. She is really fun to watch perform because she is always maxing it out. Kate is quickly becoming a star!
Lillia is a freshman; new to color guard and high school. Lillia has wasted no time proving her desire to work hard and be part of the team.
Lillia and Kate aren't just super color guard members, they also have terrific grades in their academic courses. Way to go Kate and Lillia.
Super Sections: Trombone, Baritone, Front Ensemble, Battery
We want to recognize several sections because of so many wonderful things happening. The Trombones and Baritones are always running back to their sets, helping out and giving their all. The Front Ensemble is 13 members who have never performed in the percussion section or at least in the marching band percussion section. They have been giving it their all and are quickly gaining the skill necessary to be percussionists. We are super happy that these 13 students all chose to play percussion this year. Finally our battery section - they have shown maturity and a strong work ethic. The battery isn't skipping a beat this year and are picking up right where they left off last year. Thank you to all the members of these sections for showing us what super standards look like!