Category Archives: Parent Boosters Info

August Mailer 2017

Welcome to Instrumental Music 2017-2018

  • Mr. Johnson’s Welcome Back letter – click here
  • Music Boosters President’s Welcome – click here
  • Music Boosters Board – parents & Music Student Council – students

Calendar & Event Reminders

  • Calendar for 2017-2018 available here (REVISED 10/4/2017)
  • Welcome Back BBQ – Saturday, August 19, 2017 at 11am – details
  • POPS Concert – Monday, October 2, 2017 at 6pm – details
  • Snack Concession – Friday, October 13, 2017 – details (REVISED 9/26/2017)
  • Jazz Dinner Dance – February 10, 2018 – 6 to 10pm – Moraga Country Club

Concert Attire Requirements & Deadlines

  • Formal Concert Attire requirements – website
  • Freshman Girls and Girls new to Campolindo HS this Fall

If you’re interested in a Black Concert Dress or Tunic/Pants Combo, please visit the Music Boosters Table on Cougar Day to get measured, or contact Jennifer Gilmour to make arrangements to get measured. Girls in all instrumental music groups will need to wear black concert dresses and solid black, low-heeled shoes. Girls who already have the required dress do not need to order a new one. Cello players have the option to order a tunic w/long black pants, if desired. Dresses are $75, Pants/Tunic are $97. Please bring a check to Cougar Day, payable to “Campolindo Music Boosters”. For more info, click here.

  • Boys – Deadline to order tuxedos – Thursday, September 14, 2017!

Music Boosters Donation Form

If you haven’t made your donation yet through the Webstore, or prefer to write a check, please print and complete the 2017-2018 donation form. Drop off completed form with your check on Cougar Day at the Music Boosters table.
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Campo Music Boosters Board & Committee Chairs 2017-18

President                  Erika Pringsheim-Moore
Vice President(s)          Jennifer & Mel Gilmour
Concert Attire             Jennifer Gilmour 
Welcome Back BBQ           Cynthia Granicher 
POPS Potluck               Amy Kikugawa & Christine Swihart
Homecoming Snack Shack     Claudia Miyar & Michelle Clancy
Hospitality (Band)         Cheryl Evans
Hospitality (Orchestra)    Cathy Schulz & Reena Malhotra
Jazz Dinner Dance          Barbara Williams & Stacy Giglio
Senior Gifts               Molly Ogro
Publicity                  Tina Chambers
Webmaster & Email          Paul Derksen
Newsletter Layout          Tina Riepe
Photography                Vadim Mikulinsky
Treasurer                  Bill Doherty
Advisor                    Maestro Johnny Johnson, Director

Parent Music Boosters Info

Music Boosters play an integral role in enriching the music education of our students, and in building a music-supportive community within and beyond the walls of Campolindo. Although the Board positions are filled for the current year, we often need volunteers for specific events, such as helping the hospitality hosts manage the post-concert receptions, the Pops Potluck in October, finishing touches for the fantastic jazz dinner dance in February, and so on. We are also hoping this year to make it easier for students and families to coordinate attending together (if they so wish) some of the concerts students attend for the purposes of completing performance reviews. Volunteering as you are able with specific events, and becoming a Board member in the future, are great ways to get more familiar with Campolindo, its student musicians, and their parents and families. If you have questions or are interested in getting involved, please contact Erika Pringsheim-Moore, President.

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Why Music? Voices in the Arts – Perspectives on the Importance of the Arts in Education

For more than a decade, intense interest in how the arts stimulate learning has engaged researchers. Their efforts show that the study of music, drama, writing, dance and the visual arts helps excite and reinforce learning in subjects beyond the arts, like math, English and science.  Yet, as budgets shrink, the arts have been withdrawn from many of our schools and classrooms.
We need to change this.  Arts education is not a frill; it is beneficial to every student.
Read more from the College Board…  Voices in the Arts