Know anyone who will
be new to Nathan Hale in the fall?
Help us spread the word in the community that Tuesday, June 11, from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., is Welcome Night for incoming families to Nathan Hale High School.
There will be a
short presentation in the Performing Arts Center followed by time to mingle,
ask questions, buy school Raider gear (t-shirts, sweatshirts, etc.), and learn
all about the student clubs, sports teams, music and theater programs,
robotics, volunteering, and more.
We encourage current
families to come, too! You might learn something, and you can help create a
welcoming environment and share your experiences.
Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes to make a successful music program? Do you rely on our young musicians to tell you what’s going on but feel like you’re missing something?
Be in the know by getting more involved. We need new Board Members to join our vibrant Nathan Hale Music Boosters. Make a difference with your great ideas and energy! Ready to join the board for the 2019-20 school year (or at least sign up to learn more about volunteering with the Boosters)? Send us an email or learn more…
How? Stop by our Boosters information table at one of our last performances of the year. Board Chair Carolyn Price will be there to answer your questions and welcome your support.
When? June 5 (Orchestras & Wind Ensemble) or June 12 (Vocal & Jazz Band and Concert Choir); both shows start at 7 p.m.
Where? Nathan Hale Performing Arts Center (Info. table will be in the foyer near the bake sale.)
Why? Our teachers and students rely on Music Boosters’ support to ensure all students at our school have access to a top-quality music program that enriches their education and our community.
Did you know that the school district provides less than one dollar per student for our music program? Be part of the Boosters and help our music program thrive!
Thanks for your support. We’re getting better every year!
Auditions for Hale’s Jazz Ensemble’s rhythm sections are coming up on Sunday, June 9th, from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm in the NHHS Band Room. If you play piano, bass, drums, or guitar, we want to hear you! Be sure to download and fill out the audition form below, then find and print the auditions pieces for your instrument. If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out to Mr. Rowe (Jazz Band) or Ms. Ewell (Vocal Jazz) at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Erica Ewell and Dan Rowe
ALL instrumentalists auditioning, please complete the following form and bring it with you to your audition:
Congratulations to the Nathan Hale Wind Ensemble flute quartet! They worked hard to make it to the WIAA State Solo and Ensemble Contest at Central Washington University in Ellensburg. Pictured here with permission: Cordelia Zogbaum, Jamie Achtmeyer, Adele Koenig, and Gabe Landau. The group had placed first in the Seattle adjudication contest in March and advanced to the state competition. Jamie was also first alternate in Flute Solo but did not compete. Thanks to Katrina Sibicky, Nathan Hale’s wind ensemble and orchestra director, for accompanying the quartet.
Hello! I’m so glad you’re considering auditioning for Hale’s Vocal Jazz choir for the 19/20 school year! Below you’ll find the backing tracks for Fly Me to the Moon in 2 different keys. Be sure to choose the one that is right for your voice part. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions/concerns!
Thank you, parents, students, staff, and community, for helping us make our first mattress fundraiser a big success! We raised a lot of $$ to fund our fantabulous music program, and we had a lot of fun!
1. Monday, March 4 – First Parent Meeting
of 2019 Please join us in the
Nathan Hale choir room from 7-8 p.m. to celebrate what we’ve accomplished so
far and learn what’s next.
2. Sunday, March 24– First-Ever Mattress Fundraiser! Sounds a little wacky, BUT it’s the new trend among music programs across the nation. Why? Because it costs us nothing to host, and, according to the stats and schools we talked to, it raised thousands of dollars in a day.