Our school is located in a rural Texas community. The high school marching band consists of students in grades 8-12. They enjoy performing exciting shows for their school and their community. Currently, our students meet once a week on Zoom but are unable to perform their instruments since we do not have the equipment to put music together online. However, they are currently practicing their instruments and music on their own at home. The band students are able to print their music at home so they can continue to learn.
The band students take pride in their accomplishments while looking forward to presenting challenging and entertaining performances this upcoming season.
Band instills creativity, musicianship, and unity for our students. Even now when we can't be together in the band hall, they keep their spirit up and band family together by spending time together online.
Staying organized is always important but now that our students are at home, we want them to make sure they don't loose their music and materials. A flip folder and windows will help them keep all of their sheet music together and keep it organized for band.
Its so much easier for students to practice their music when they know where to find it.
These flip folders and windows will allow the student to put all of their marching band sheets music and stand tunes together in one folder as well as keeping it clean and wrinkle-free. They can also clip the flip folders to their music lyre in order to practice their instrument so that they do not have to strain to see their music. When practice comes easy, students will practice more and become great musicians.
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