DISNEY PERFORMING ARTS CONSERVATORY at the Disneyland®Resort   Disney Performing Arts Conservatory youth summer program offers an “Instrumental Conservatory” and a “Musical Theatre Conservatory” giving young performers ages 14 through 22 the opportunity to improve their performance skills through immersive classes, professional panels and behind-the-scenes experiences. Each Conservatory consists of 5 consecutive days/8 hours per day of a comprehensive series of workshops taught by entertainment professionals, culminating with a live performance in one (1) of the Theme Parks at the Disneyland® Resort!
To register visit: https://www.disneyyouth.com/programs/performing-arts/conservatory/
· Five (5) consecutive days for eight (8) hours per day
· Intensive work sessions with industry-recognized teaching artists
· In-Park learning experiences
· Tips and tricks about successful auditions
· Daily surprises with Disney magic
· Training from exciting Special Guest Artists
· Final performance in one (1) of the Theme Parks at the Disneyland®Resort
· One (1) 1-Day Disneyland® Resort Park Hopper® Ticket valid on the final performance day
· One (1) Disney Performing Arts Conservatory t-shirt
· Lunch provided daily $1195. ** Per participant  
CONSERVATORY SCHEDULE* Instrumental July 16 – 20, 2019 (Tuesday through Saturday)   Musical Theatre July 28 – August 1, 2019 (Sunday through Thursday)   August 4 – 8, 2019 (Sunday through Thursday) TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY:
VISIT disneyyouth.com EMAIL dlr.dpaconservatory@disney.com

CALL 1 (800) 232-7980 *Program offerings, program elements (including, without limitation, dates, schedules, availability) and pricing are subject to change or cancellation without notice. Space is limited. Other restrictions may apply.   **Includes admission for one (1) participant valid for one (1) 5 consecutive days/8-hours per day Conservatory (Instrumental or Musical Theatre) plus one (1) 1-Day Disneyland® Resort Park Hopper® ticket valid on the final performance day of the selected Conservatory. Separate theme park admission is required for visits to the Theme Parks by participant that are not part of the Conservatory schedule and for guests of participant. Each participant and his/her parent/legal guardian will be required to sign a release/participant form before participant’s registration can be confirmed; a form will be provided. Other restrictions may apply.  

Congrats 8th Grade!

Congratulations to the 8th grade band for their Excellent performance at the Los Osos band festival on Saturday March 9, 2019. They performed well on the stage and that continued into the sight reading room.

In the sight reading room, we were given music that we have never seen before. After getting to chat about it for 4 minutes, the students performed the piece for another music judge. He proceeded to compliment us on the task. They scored an Excellent from this judge as well.

Thank you parents!

Thank you parents for being a part of the day. Thank you to the parent chaperones for helping us move around the many locations. Thank you parents that attended and were a great audience. Thank you to the parents that supported us with water donations.

Congrats 7th grade!

Congratulations to the 7th grade band who scored an “Excellent” on their Festival on March 6. Out of three judges, one of them scored us a “Superior” and the other two “Excellent”. They students were complemented on their performance in the clinic room following their performance.

The judges praised the students on how professionally they were dressed and how well they were behaved during the performance.

Thank you parents!

Thank you parents that made sure your child had all their clothes, materials, and lunch. Thank you parents that donated water. Thank you parents that drove out to be a part of our audience.
Thank you parents that helped chaperoned, we could not have made it through all the rain without you. Please share your pictures with me. (anewland@csd.k12.ca.us) Thank you!

In recognition of their Excellent performance, FORM and the Music Department will purchase pins from the Southern California Band and Orchestra Association (SCSBOA) that displays the Excellent score. These pins can be worn on the students’ collar for their future performances, then be added to their high school Letterman jacket.

Pep Band plays for Barnes and Noble Family Night

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

5:30 call time at Barnes and Noble

11090 Foothill Blvd, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

6:15-6:45 Performance set

7:00 dismissal after clean up and load up

  • Students are responsible for their instruments to and from the event
  • Transportation is by individuals
  • At the end, students will need to help clean up the area, by loading the stands and other equipment into Mrs. Newland’s car.
  • Students should wear pep shirts, with blue or black jeans. Students may wear sleeves underneath the pep shirt, but all outerwear will be removed for performance.

Parent Representative for FORM

We are looking for a parent representative for the Friends of Ruth Musser meetings.

Meetings are once a month on the 2nd Wednesday at 3 pm in the library.

This parent will be the communication between the band program and the parent organization. You would help program family nights, and other fundraisers. You would help communicate the band events to the parent club and out to band parents.

Please email or call Mrs. Newland if you are interested.