The Children’s Choir is open to all students in third through fifth grade and is an extracurricular activity that supports a child’s interest in music, singing, and performance. We work hard every day and students learn concert etiquette, professionalism, singing technique, and a love of music.

Schedule:
The Children’s Choir has been limited to 60 students. Group A meets from 3:15 – 4:00 p.m. on Mondays while Group B meets from 3:15 – 4:00 p.m. on Wednesdays in room 219. We will be meeting through December 13th and the concert will be announced as the event approaches.

Cost:
Free

Snacks:
Students may bring a snack for after school. It should be consumed and trash disposed of by 3:00 p.m.

Pick-up:
Parents will need to come to Room 219 to collect their children. There will be a sign in and out sheet that parents will need to sign before taking their children.

Absences:
Please notify Mrs. Meyer in advance when your child will be absent so that they are not hunted down during pick-up.

Concerts:
Students should arrive 30 minutes before a concert and meet in Room 219. Tardy students will not be allowed to participate in the concert.

Concert Uniform:
The uniform for the concert is as follows.

Boys: a white collared shirt with black pants, black socks, and black shoes.

Girls: either a long black dress (that goes below the knee) or a long black skirt (below the knee) or pants and a white collared shirt. Black socks (if applicable) and black closed-toe shoes that are not high heel (1 inch maximum).

Expulsion:
Students that are a continual behavioral problem will not be allowed to return to choir. This is so that our time can be focused on learning the music and techniques rather than redirecting a child.

Content:
Our music will follow the aims of the LCS’ founders and have a place in the classical canon. That is to say that music will belong anywhere in the history of music and Music Theater but will not include the popular tunes from the turn of the century. They will be age appropriate, and we will discuss the history of the song and its relevance.

Email Mrs. Meyer for more information.