November edited November in Parents Forum. In our school, the Winterguard is conducted by the music department. I see it involves a lot of physical activity and was wondering if it can be considered a sport.
Well… I guess as an introduction, I'll say this is based on a semi-true story. The feelings are real, the conversation is not. And because of that, I'm changing names to hide identities.
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Remembering the steps, keeping the rhythm and not losing track of a skinny baton is the mantra as local high school twirlers wow stadium crowds at football games with acrobatic feats and trying not to give them the satisfaction of dropping the baton. When you're twirling, everyone sees you. Just the fact than you can dance, do gymnastics and twirling is pretty neat," Mickey said. Yet while the girls steal the spotlight, they said the student body doesn't understand the work involved.
I was speaking with a coworker who is a senior at my old high school about how my old classmates had snuck a microwave into the band storage closet for the kids to use. She went to check if it was still in use, and found a crockpot being used to cook a turkey. In our school the percussion section snuck a George Foreman grill in band and made pancakes and eggs since band was 1st or second period.
Top definition. Color Guard unknown. A league of trained assassins whose goal is to eliminate every last member of the marching band.
Only one more period left of school then I have art club, and then later tonight I have colorguard, if I can get a ride there anyway. I know, marching band season has been over for a while, but I still think this is true, no matter how long it's been since the season ended Log In Sign Up. Memes, Period, and Ellen: Honey?
Groundbreaking shows are not always the ones that finish first, but they always have a lasting impact on the direction of the sport many years after their final performance. In this ongoing series, FloMarching has asked one of color guard's top experts, Courtney Allyson Mills, to take a look back at some of WGI's most influential shows. Allyson Mills has taught color guard and dance at over high schools and universities.
Each year I go through all my photos and pick out my favorite Selecting just photos out of more thanshots is challenging. I am pulled by memories about taking a particular shot, the difficulty in capturing a particular image, a sense of connection to the subject, the "cuteness" factor, the "wow" factor, and a desire to end up with a set that is representative of the year all make it challenging because often I end up dropping photos that I'd really like to include.