What’s Happening at Northridge

Hope everyone has had a great weekend! Again, we have a couple of reminders and the schedule for this week. Thank you to all the parents who signed up for the Johnson Rehearsal Meals, we appreciate your willingness to help.

  • Don’t forget to sign-up for Swing-Fry, we still have spots available.

  • Northern Light students need to be reviewing the choreography videos from the Johnson Rehearsal so they are reading on Thursday.

  • It is HIGHLY recommended by Mr. Barker that all Northern Lights come to the Wednesday rehearsal if they do not have work plans they have committed to.

  • PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE purchase your Lerner tickets this week! They are on sale at Northridge until this Friday. You may purchase them for $15 from the choir office and $18 at the door on Sunday, November 1st. We get $5 for every ticket we sell, so we are recommending that  you purchase all your tickets for your family and friends this week. Students received a gold form in class (still available in the choir room) with information.

  • Auditions for the Musical Shrek are after school on Friday, October 9th. If you can not make that audition, then come on Tuesday the 16th at 6:30. If you are unable to make it either of those times, please contact Mr. Barker for an alternate time. This is a great musical and you will love performing in it…we are hoping for a LARGE cast this year. Information packets are available in the library.

  • Please remember to stay current on your Choir Fee Payments, if you have not paid for August and September yet…please do so this week. The October payment is due on the 15th.

Monday: Northern Lights Rehearsal from 6:30 to 9:30

Tuesday: Starlights and Starlights Orchestra Rehearsal from 6:30 to 9:30.

Wednesday: Northern Lights and Starlights Help Session from 4:00 to 5:00.

Thursday: Northern Lights Johnson Rehearsal from 4:00 to 10:00.

Friday-Sunday: Enjoy  your weekend off with your family 🙂

“A song can be more than words and music … when sung with soul a song carries you to another world, to a place where no matter how much pain you feel, you are never alone.”

    — Clay Aiken