Sedro-Woolley Beginning Band Schedule - Updated for the 2021/22 school year
Band class is 1st Period at CMS, approximately 7:40 to 8:30 (8:40 to 9:30 Wednesdays).
Students can ride with the middle school students to CMS.
The school district provides transportation back to their elementary school after class. You’ll have to contact transportation (855-3504) to figure out what time the earlier bus comes by your house if your child will be riding the bus to band in the morning.
Mary Purcell, Central, and Evergreen students have class Monday and Thursdays
Big Lake, Clear Lake, Samish, and Lyman students have class Tuesday and Fridays
Wednesdays are sectional days, so students come depending on what instrument they play.
Attendance: five unexcused absences may prevent your student from attending the Wild Waves Festival at the end of the year. Email or message Mr. Brumbaugh on Remind and communicate absences.
Our start up lessons are a little different than our normal schedule. I need to see all of one type of instrument at a time. See below for the schedule.
Do Not Come To Band On These Days!!
+Delayed start day +All district early release days
+Secondary early release days +Secondary Non-student days
2019/2020 CMS Band Performance Dates
Thursday, Nov. 18th, 7:00
Sedro-Woolley Christmas Parade
Saturday, December 4th, 4:00
Tuesday, March 22nd, 7:00
Wednesday, May 25th, 7:00
Music in the Parks (Optional)
Federal Way/Wild Waves
Saturday June 4th
Mr. Brumbaugh’s Contact
firstname.lastname@example.org (email is best)
Beginning Band Item Requirements
Formal attire at performances is required for all CMS Band students. The required concert dress will be as follows:
Men: black dress pants, black shoes, black or white collared shirt
Women: black dress, black skirt (knee length or longer) with black or white blouse/top, or black pants with black or white blouse/top, black shoes
Students who require financial assistance in purchasing their concert attire will be helped in a confidential manner. Please ask if you need help!
Materials for Specific Instruments (Bold means it is required)
-Cleaning rod -String swab
-Small piece of soft, absorbent -Cork grease
cloth to be used as a swab -Soft, lint-free cloth
-Soft cloth for cleaning the exterior -At least two good reeds
-Music stand at home -Music stand at home
-Luggage tag on handle or name -Protective reed case with ventilation
on outside of case -Luggage tag on handle or name
on outside of case
Clarinets/Saxophones: Trumpet/Euphonium/French Horn/Tuba
-String swab -Valve oil (rotary oil for French Horn)
-Cork grease - Vaseline or tuning slide cream
-Mouthpiece cap -Cleaning snake and mouthpiece brush
-End cap to protect octave key or -Soft, lint-free rag for cleaning the exterior
a Pad Saver “Shove It” (Saxes only) -Music stand at home
-Neck strap (CMS has clarinet neck strap) -Luggage tag on handle or name
-At least three good reeds, size 2 on outside of case
-Protective reed case with ventilation
-Soft, lint-free rag for cleaning the exterior
-Music stand at home Notes
-Luggage tag on handle or name -Students and their parents should
on outside of case NEVER attempt to repair their own
-Pencil -Your child should practice outside of class
-Slide lubricant (Yamaha Trombone Slide Oil) two to four times a week in order to keep up.
-Small misting spray bottle for slide
-Vaseline or tuning slide cream -If your child has severe allergies or requires
-Cleaning snake and mouthpiece brush insulin, your child must have medicine on
-Soft, lint-free rag for cleaning the exterior them or at CMS at all times while at CMS.
-Music stand at home
-Luggage tag on handle or name
on outside of case