PMA Meeting Minutes November 9, 2016

Norwood High School, Library

Call to Order:            7:05 pm

Welcome by Paul Campbell, PMA President

Attendance: Paul Campbell (President), Terry MacDonald (Vice President), Tracey Jones (Treasurer), Stacey Lane (Secretary),  Kim Beaudet (Ways & Means), Ed Ferris, Phyllis McDonaugh, Cathy Moen, Jim Butler

1.      Approval of Meeting Minutes:  Stacey Lane

Motion made and seconded to accept the Minutes of October 12, 2016: Approved

2.      Approval of Treasurer’s Report: Tracey Jones

Motion made and seconded to accept the Treasurer’s Report of October: Approved

Receipts for music camp truck and bus rentals have not been reimbursed by NPS.  C. Moen to investigate. E. Ferris has submitted original receipts for MB truck rentals to be reimbursed by the treasurer.  The PMA will then submit an invoice with original receipts to the NPS for reimbursement.

There is an outstanding invoice from Reading for the Jazz Classic (Feb. 2016). A second invoice will be sent.

Motion made and seconded to reimburse Ed Ferris $274.43 for materials purchased for the Marching Band props: Approved

3.      Vice President:  Terry MacDonald

Time to start planning the Fine Arts Semi and look at available dates in February.  Jazz Night will be scheduled once we receive available dates from Four Points.  Jazz Classic will take place 2/16/17.

4.      Ways & Means:  Kim Beaudet

Merchandise:  Purchased PJ Pants to sell at the holiday concerts

Music Note Fundraiser: To be sold at CMS Parent Open House on 11/17.  MICCA Ensemble (Trio) has been invited to perform that evening.

Cookies with logo:  Discussed ordering sugar cookies with a music logo from wickedgoodcookies.com to sell at events.

5.      Marching Band Classic:  Tracey Jones

It was very successful event. Merchandise sales were strong with $525.30 in sales.  Two bands have not submitted their payment. Gate was down from last year, but we had some small bands and one less band than usual in attendance.  Concessions sales were lower, but a lot less money was spent upfront.  The amount of food was on target with very few left overs. T. Jones acknowledged all the wonderful, hard working volunteers.

6.      Music Camp:  No Report. C. Moen to look into dates for next year.

7.      Choral Updates:  Phyllis McDonaugh

Madrigal Banquet:  December 2, 2016 at the Elks. Tickets on sale now. There is a $500 rental fee.

P. McDonaugh inquired about a member rate and was told that is the discounted rate.  A check is needed to purchase the poinsettias

8.      Instrumental Updates:  

Concerts: CMS 7th & 8th grade instrumental 12/15, CMS choral 12/20, NHS Winter Concert 12/21 and CMS 6th grade concert 1/12/17

9.      Publicity:  Ed Ferris

Inform Ed of any activities or events that need to be publicized, such as the Madrigal Banquet and Madrigal/Celtic Strings Holiday Tour on 12/22.

10.  Director of Fine Arts:  Cathy Connor-Moen

April Vacation Trip:  Has been cancelled due to lack of interest. The trip conflicts with the Drama Festival that Norwood is hosting over April vacation. Deposit checks will be returned. Need to start planning now for next year’s trip.  Fundraisers are needed so students can raise money for their student accounts to pay for the trip.  C. Moen suggested a raffle with a cash prize. Discussed that students have not been very active participants in fundraising events over the past few years.  Now that the fundraiser is for a trip, students may feel differently about it.

Student liaison to PMA:  Freshman Rep, Robin Jones, will attend the December meeting. She will speak to the other reps about rotating to attend a portion of the monthly PMA meetings.

Auditorium Seat Fundraiser: The seat dedication fundraiser is being offered once again.  There was not a strong response from the business mailing. Spread the word to new members of the PMA.

James Hayden, Supt. of Schools to retire:  C. Moen has applied and has been accepted to be on the selection committee.

President:  Paul Campbell

Still do not have power in the MB shed to provide a charging station for the golf cart.

Other Business:  New England Financial Annuity

Purchased an annuity in 2002 with a fixed, guaranteed interest of 3%.  It is owned by the PMA, but is attached to Ann Cirillo.  It dissolves in 2050 or upon the death of the name holder.  Discussed dissolving the annuity and investing in a Municipal Bond (interest not guaranteed).

11.  Action Items:

Quorum: 2016/2017 PMA Board, there are eleven (11) voting Board Members.  In order to have a quorum, six (6) Board Members must be present.

NEXT PMA MEETING:   December 14, 2016, 93 Casey Street (Paul Campbell), 6:30 PM

15 . Adjournment at 8:30 pm.

Minutes respectfully submitted by Stacey Lane.

PMA Meeting Minutes October 12, 2016

PMA Meeting Minutes

October 12, 2016

Norwood High School, Library

Call to Order:            7:05 pm

Welcome by Paul Campbell, PMA President

Attendance: Paul Campbell (President), Terry MacDonald (Vice President), Tracey Jones (Treasurer), Stacey Lane (Secretary),  Kim Beaudet (Ways & Means), Ed Ferris, Phyllis McDonaugh, Diane Coard, Beverly Murphy, Cathy Moen, Steve Conant, Claudia Maldanado,

  1. Approval of Meeting Minutes: Stacey Lane

Motion made and seconded to accept the Minutes of September 14, 2016: Approved

  1. Approval of Treasurer’s Report: Tracey Jones

The merchandise line item will roll over to the next budget year in order to provide funding to replenish merchandise as it is needed.

Motion made and seconded to accept the Treasurer’s Report of September: Approved

 Vice President: Terry MacDonald

Time to start planning the Fine Arts Semi and look at available dates.  MAJE State Finals to be held in Norwood on March 18, 2017 with a snow date of March 19, 2016.

 

  1. Ways & Means: Kim Beaudet

Merchandise:  Purchased MB/CG sweatpants and 12 blankets. Will order PJ Pants with pockets to sell at the holiday concerts

Mattress Sale: September 24, 2016 at NHS.  Sold 30 mattresses with 16 student referrals raising $3650 for the PMA.  Thank you to the numerous choral students who volunteered.

Music Note Fundraiser: Too late to sell at NHS Parent Open House, but will sell at CMS on 11/17

 

  1. Marching Band Classic: Tracey Jones

October 16, 2016: Eight bands will be attending. The menu was approved (hotdogs, pizza, nachos, apple crisp, hot chocolate, coffee, soda, water, candy).  Concessions will be located behind the bleachers. A volunteer is needed to pick up donated hot chocolate at Mr. Franks at noon. Roche Bros has donated $150 for the purchase of the hotdogs and rolls. Numerous volunteers will make apple crisp and chili.  Jackie Smith will be the announcer. The judges (10) will need lunch and coffee. The NHS MB/CG students will have Mac & Cheese made by Mrs. MacDonald at 12n in the café.

  1. Music Camp: No Report
  1. Choral Updates: Phyllis McDonaugh/ Claudia Maldanado

Madrigal Banquet:  December 2, 2016 at the Elks. There is a $500 rental fee. Will see if they offer a member rate. The OCC will cater the event $21.95 pp plus 20% gratuity.  Need to purchase candles, poinsettias and other supplies.

  1. Instrumental Updates: Steve Conant

MIT has invited a limited number of NHS music students to participate in the MIT Wind Ensemble Prism Concert on 12/2/16 at Kresge Auditorium from 8-10pm.  Admission is $5.

More information to come.

  1. Conant will invite the CMS students to play with the MB/Pep Band at a future game.
  1. Publicity: Ed Ferris

Inform Ed of any activities or events that need to be publicized.  Send him pictures for the PMA website.

  1. Director of Fine Arts: Cathy Connor-Moen

PMA scholarships: Received thank you notes from scholarship recipients: Shannun Carey, Katie Kohlsatt, Mikayla Metcalf and Amber Chisholm.

April Vacation Trip:  Down payments due 10/15/16. Not much student interest to date.

SE District Festival:  Norwood was asked to host District’s on January 6-7, 2016.  The host school receives $1000 and any money raised through concessions, flower sales, and merchandise sales.  The SE Districts receives the gate.  A hospitality room will be needed for the Directors (paid by SE District).

Will need help from the PMA and college students home on break.

Student liaison to PMA:  C. Moen would like to have student liaisons (one choral & one instrumental) attend a portion of the PMA meetings to provide input and take back information to music students.  There is a Fine Arts Representative on the Student Council.  If the music students are involved, it may help students take ownership of the program and become more involved in fundraising and other activities.

President:  Paul Campbell

McAvoy Fundraiser:  Singer-songwriter, Mary McAvoy, PMA fundraiser concert took place on Friday, September 23, 2016. Ms. McAvoy generously donated her proceeds to the PMA.

Discussed donating a music sweatshirt and other items for a basket to be used as a raffle to benefit the F.F. Fay Scholarship.

Motion made and seconded to donate a music sweatshirt and other items to the FF Fay Scholarship Fundraiser: Approved

Other Business:  Steve Conant

Lawrence Marching Band Field has been destroyed and will not be available for MICCA and NESBA shows.  The NESBA Finals have been relocated to Medford Hormel Stadium.  The MICCA Finals have not been confirmed, but may take place at Plymouth North High School.

  1. Action Items:

Quorum: 2016/2017 PMA Board, there are eleven (11) voting Board Members.  In order to have a quorum, six (6) Board Members must be present.

NEXT PMA MEETING:   November 9, 2016, NHS Library, 7PM

15 . Adjournment at 8:50 pm.

Minutes respectfully submitted by Stacey Lane.

PMA Meeting Minutes September 14, 2016

PMA Meeting Minutes
September 14, 2016
Norwood High School, Library

Call to Order:            7:05 pm

Welcome by Paul Campbell, PMA President

Attendance: Paul Campbell (President), Terry MacDonald (Vice President), Tracey Jones (Treasurer) Maureen Dimitriou (Past Treasurer), Stacey Lane (Secretary),  Kim Beaudet (Ways & Means), Ed Ferris, Phyllis McDonaugh, Diane Wilson, Sheri McLeigh, Cathy Moen, Steve Conant, Claudia Maldanado, James Butler, Phil McAvoy, Mary McAvoy

  1. McAvoys: Singer-songwriter, Mary McAvoy, and her father, Phil McAvoy, in attendance to plan for the upcoming PMA fundraiser concert on Friday, September 23, 2016 at 7pm to 9pm (with intermission) in the NHS auditorium.   PMA will help with promotion and selling tickets ($10). Concert information has been posted on the PMA website and on Facebook. Posters will be hung-up at schools. C. Moen suggested putting a poster on an A-frame. Concessions will be sold (water ,candy).  Conant to work sound system. Discussed selling General Admission tickets at door and advanced ticket sales through “Event Bright”. In addition, students should be given tickets to sell to family and friends. Discussed advertising at the Cinderella musical this weekend. P. Campbell will hand out flyers at the musical.
  1. Approval of Meeting Minutes: Stacey Lane

Motion made and seconded to accept the Minutes of June 8, 2016: Approved

Motion made and seconded to accept the Minutes of August 25, 2016: Approved

  1. Approval of Treasurer’s Report: Maureen Dimitriou/Tracey Jones

Scholarships have been dispersed to recipients.

“Truck and Trailer Expenses” line item will have a name change to Marching Band Expenses since it pays for general marching band expenses.

Camp Tapawingo, Sweden Maine-August 14-20, 2016: The PMA subsided $160.14 per student for a total of $11,209.90 leaving a negative balance of ($4,479) in the Music Camp Fund line item.

Motion made and seconded to transfer $3500 from the general fund to the music Camp Fund Activities to balance out the budget:  Approved

Motion made and seconded to accept the Treasurer’s Report to close out the fiscal year (June-August): Approved

There are numerous boxes of old papers/documents that we no longer need.  Discussed disposing of the documents we no longer need.

Motion made and seconded to shred any old documentation prior to 2009: Approved

  1. Ways & Means: Kim Beaudet

Concerts on the Common/Summer Fest:  Does not raise a lot of money and it a lot of work.  It does provide visibility for the music program. More volunteers are needed over the summer.

Merchandise: Sold merchandise at Norwood Day.  Sold out of music sweatpants. Will need to order more before the MB MICCA Classic

Mattress Sale: September 24, 2016 at NHS.  Marching Band students and parents will not be available to help since there is a show that day.

Lunch Trampoline:  Fundraiser information provided.

Motion made and seconded to spend up to $1100 to purchase merchandise: Approved

  1. Marching Band Classic: Tracey Jones

October 16, 2016: Tracey would like to keep the menu simple (hotdogs, pizza, nachos, apple crisp,

hot chocolate, coffee, soda, water, candy). We do not have a hospitality volunteer. S. Conant needs

a copy of the menu to send out to the music directors. Discussed placement of concessions and the possibility of having it in the café.  S. Conant advised against having concessions inside and will help Tracey find the best location.  A police detail is needed. Student volunteer sign-up will be posted.

Discussed sending an email to the Athletic Director to invite the football team and cheerleaders.

  1. Director of Fine Arts: Cathy Connor-Moen

Cinderella Musical:  Opens this weekend, September 15-18th.  Robert McDonaugh has done an incredible job with the production.

Pops Night:  May 13, 2016. It was a great success. The music teachers have met and will announce the theme of this year’s concert soon.

PMA scholarships: Received thank you notes from scholarship recipients, Alexandra Dimitiou and

Julia Ragusa.

April Vacation Trip:  A parent informational session will be scheduled to plan for the trip to Memphis.

Instrument Registration:  Took place at elementary schools and CMS.  Very pleased with turnout.

Steve Conant:  MAJE State Finals to be held in Norwood on March 18, 2017 with a snow date of March 19, 2016.

President: Paul Campbell              

Discussed getting a PMA debit card, credit card or prepaid Visa to be used to rent the UHaul for MB Shows.  P. Cambell to investigate which one would be best for the organization (cash back incentives).  In the meantime, C. Moen will use her charge card to rent the UHaul Truck.

Secretary of State Change of Officers Form to be sent to the Secretary of State as required.

  1. Action Items:

Quorum: 2016/2017 PMA Board, there are eleven (11) voting Board Members.  In order to have a quorum, six (6) Board Members must be present.

NEXT PMA MEETING:   October 12, 2016, NHS Library, 7PM

15 . Adjournment at 9:05 pm.

Minutes respectfully submitted by Stacey Lane.

PMA Meeting Minutes August 25, 2016

PMA Meeting Minutes

August 25, 2016

Norwood High School, Cafe

Call to Order:            7:02 pm

Welcome by Paul Campbell, PMA President

Attendance: Paul Campbell (President), Terry MacDonald (Vice President), Maureen Dimitriou (Treasurer), Stacey Lane (Secretary), Ed Ferris, Lisa Silletti, Steve Conant, Claudia Maldanado, James Butler, Tracey Jones, Becca Jackson, Paula Labell, Larry Labell, Kristen Serratore, Amy Campbell, Diane Wilson, Sara Steele, Thomas Steele, Patricia Souza, Cathy Maloney

PMA meeting called to discuss:

  1. Reimbursement of $35 fee to camp counselors for required fingerprinting
  2. Cost for materials (Approx. $750) to build the props for this seasons show “Turning the Tables”
  3. Reimbursement of $467.69 for repairs to the golf cart computer

Fingerprint Fee for Camp Counselors

Superintendent of Schools, James Hayden, has implemented a new policy to require the fingerprinting of music camp counselors effective August 1, 2016 (2016 Music Camp).  Since the policy was made after the counselors were selected, Cathy Moen thought it was unfair to have the counselors (mostly college students) pay the $35 fingerprinting fee.  The counselors were informed that the PMA would reimburse them for the charge.

The PMA has not seen the new policy and would like to have a copy in order to share it with counselors next year.  Moving forward, counselors will be informed that they are responsible for the $35 fingerprinting charge.

It was pointed out that this year was costly because all the counselors needed fingerprinting.  Next year, many of the same counselors may return and will not need to be done again.  Only new counselors would need fingerprinting.  Teachers and staff are responsible for paying for their fingerprinting.

Discussed concerns that the policy may expand and require fingerprinting of chaperones and other music volunteers.  The PMA does not want to be responsible for paying fingerprinting charges.  The expense may become too burdensome.

Discussed sending a letter to Jim Hayden, requesting a copy of the policy and informing him of the PMA’s concerns.

Motion made and seconded to reimburse the counselors $35 for the cost of fingerprinting: Approved

Motion made and seconded to send a letter and invoice to James Hayden, Superintendent of Schools, requesting the PMA be reimbursed for counselor fingerprinting fees:  Motion failed

Marching Band Show Materials

The Marching Band show “Turning the Tables” needs a 12 foot, functioning turntable. The turntable needs to be strong enough to hold students while slowly turning.  Also, it will have to be portable.

  1. Ferris requests the help of parents to build the set, donate supplies and help move the set onto the field during shows. The building of the set will take place starting next week (Labor Day weekend) in the lot near the MB storage shed. James Bowers has offered to help. Two (26 ft.) trucks will be needed this year to travel to competitions.

Ed Ferris withdrew his email motion made on August 18, 2016 for the PMA to fund $700 for material costs for the turntable project for the marching band show.

Motion made and seconded to spend up to $750 to purchase materials to make the set/props for this season’s marching band show, “Turning the Tables”:  Approved

Golf Cart

The marching band golf cart battery was failing to hold a charge.  It was discovered to be a problem with the golf cart computer and not the battery.  Ed Ferris paid $467.69 to have the repairs made by Extreme Cart.   Ed had conversations with two possible sponsors: Extreme Cart and Bobby’s Auto which may defray a portion of the repair expense.

Motion made and seconded to reimburse Ed Ferris $467.69 for the cost of repairing the golf cart computer:  Approved

Upcoming Events:

Paul Campbell made an appeal to the membership asking for volunteers to assist with numerous upcoming events.  He also requests volunteers to help build the marching band show props/set

PMA Fundraiser Concert: Mary McAvoy

Friday, September 23, 2016 at 7pm in the auditorium.  Mary will have a clinic with the choral groups and they will sing a cover with her.  PMA will help with promotion and selling tickets ($10). The event is posted on the website.  Posters will need to be made and placed around town.  Discussed selling General Admission tickets at door and online.

Norwood Day Booth:

September 10, 2016.  Volunteers are needed to man the table, sell merchandise and promote the music program. A volunteer sign-up sheet was distributed.

Mattress Sale:

September 24, 2016 in the NHS gym.  The marching band students and parents will be at a MB show that day.  The mattress company has staff for set up and sales.  In the past, MB students/parents sold music merchandise and greeted customers.

15 . Adjournment at 8:30 pm.

Minutes respectfully submitted by Stacey Lane.

 

 

Volunteers Needed for Summer Concert Concessions

Hello all!

I hope this note find everyone well and enjoying your summer.  The PMA is once again selling Popcorn, Ice Cream and Water at the Sunday and Wednesday concerts on the common.  This venue allows us to be more visible in the towns eye and allows the good folks of Norwood to see our young people in a capacity other than on the performing stage (or field).  Please click on the link below and sign up to help any time that you or your student are available to assist.  Ideally we would have 3-4 students per night (more is OK, the music is great).  I hope to see you on the Common!  If you know anyone that I missed on this email, please forward it along and let me know who I missed so I can add them to our database.

Thank you,

Paul

Sign Up To Help!

PMA Meeting Minutes June 8, 2016

PMA Meeting Minutes

June 8, 2016

Norwood High School, Library

Call to Order:            7:10 pm

Welcome by Paul Campbell, PMA President

 Attendance: Paul Campbell (President), Terry MacDonald (Vice President), Maureen Dimitriou (Treasurer), Stacey Lane (Secretary), Michelle Morales (Ways & Means), Ed Ferris, Lisa Silletti,  Cathy Moen, Steve Conant, Claudia Maldanado, James Butler, Tracey Jones

  1. McAvoys: Singer-songwriter, Mary McAvoy, and her father, Phil McAvoy, in attendance to plan for the upcoming PMA fundraiser concert on Friday, September 23, 2016 at 7pm in the HS auditorium.  There will be student participation. Mary will have a clinic with the choral groups and they will sing a cover with her.  PMA will help with promotion and selling tickets ($10). Concessions will be sold and Mary will sell CD’s for $10 ($3 goes to PMA). Norwood’s House Masters to work sound system/lights.

Discussed selling General Admission tickets at door and advanced ticket sales through “Event Bright”. In addition, students will be given tickets to sell to family and friends. It was recommended we promote the concert through NPA and conduct an interview with Ms. McAvoy on the student cable network.  Discussed advertising at the fall musical and on the Town Common starting in July.  Discussed asking Mr. Bourn to add information to his monthly email.

 

  1. Approval of Meeting Minutes: Stacey Lane

Motion made and seconded to accept the Minutes of May 11, 2016: Approved

  1. Approval of Treasurer’s Report: Maureen Dimitriou

Motion made and seconded to accept the Treasurer’s Report (May): Approved

 

  1. Vice President: Terry MacDonald

The Ways & Means position remains open.

Motion made and seconded to accept Kim Beaudet as the Ways & Means Chair (2016-2017): Approved.

Hospitality: A Hospitality Committee will be established for events as needed.

Performance Coordinators CMS : Teachers to arrange as needed for concerts and events

Senior Awards: May 26, 2016 at Sheraton Four Points went very well.

Discussed updating the job descriptions from 2004

 

  1. Ways & Means: Michelle Morales

Merchandise: Has been ordered and is ready for pickup. (T-shirts and other clothing items)

Golf Ball Drop : Very few sold at Pops Night. Will need to push date back and continue to sell during concerts and over the summer.

Concerts on the Common/Summer Fest:  Utz will not donate popcorn. M. Morales requested a donation from Hood for ice-cream sandwiches and bars. She is waiting for their response.

Orange Leaf fundraiser: Concerts on 6/9, 6/14 and 6/16.

 

  1. Webpage and Marketing: Ed Ferris

Web page up and running with a new website host. Ed is looking for feedback on the focus of the page.  Discussed having a committee to view webpage and give suggestions.  Ed will email questions to the Board to determine what should be on the page.

Marketing:  Send marketing requests, such as concerts, mattress sale, to Ed to post to webpage.

 

  1. Marching Band: Steve Conant

Still recruiting new MB members at the concerts.  Additional color guard members are needed.

Rehearsals have started.

 

Norwood Music Camp: Lisa Silletti

August 14-20, 2016.  Applications have been coming in.  She received 48 to date.

A camp nurse is needed.

 

  1. Director of Fine Arts: Cathy Connor-Moen

Pops Night:  May 13, 2016. It was a great success. The music teachers will meet and discuss changes for next year’s concert. Concession sales went very well.

PMA scholarships: Two recipients, Meghan Ferris, Brian McDonough, were awarded the Paul Alberta scholarship ($1200). Three students received ($800), four students received ($600) and two students received ($500).

 

President: Paul Campbell

Discussed having the golf ball drop on the front field the day of the Mattress Sale. Paul to check dates with the school and fire department.

 

  1. Action Items:

Band Closet needs to be organized. No long term storage of food items.

Parent emails:  Parent coordinators need parent emails to request volunteers for events.

Job Description: Each PMA position needs a written job description

Replacement PMA Positions: Recruit parents to shadow PMA positions and fill vacant positions

Quorum: 2015/2016 PMA Board, there are fourteen (14) voting Board Members.  In order to have a quorum, eight Board Members must be present.

Amazon Smile:  When a customer shops at “smile.amazon.com”, Amazon will make a small donation to a charitable organization of their choice. To participate, go to the site, scroll down and select “Norwood Parents Music Association, Inc.” and the PMA will receive a donation of $0.5% of qualifying sales.

New PMA Stationary: C. Moen will ask art alumni, Michelle Bradbury, to redesign the logo.

New PMA website/server: Need new web server-GoDaddy (domain) transfer made. Weebly (host).

NEXT PMA MEETING:   September 14, 2016, NHS Library, 7PM

 

15 . Adjournment at 9:05 pm.

Minutes respectfully submitted by Stacey Lane.

CMS Jazz Band end of year performance Thursday June 9th 7 PM

The Jazz Band will be performing at the 6th grade Spring concert which will take place on Thursday June 9th at 7:00pm in the Coakley Middle School Auditorium.

This is a great opportunity for our young musicians to showcase all that they have accomplished throughout the school year.

I would truly appreciate any help you can give to ensure the concert runs smoothly.  If you are willing to give some time to monitor the doors or chaperone please let me know.

Thank you for your consideration.

Tracey Jones

CMS Instrumental performance coordinator

“The Jones Family” <TheJones.Family5@verizon.net>

 

CMS Honor Band end of year performance Thursday June 9th, 7 PM

Can you believe it is that time of year again already?!

The Honor Band will be performing at the 6th grade Spring concert which will take place on Thursday June 9th at 7:00pm in the Coakley Middle School Auditorium.

This is a great opportunity for our young musicians to showcase all that they have accomplished throughout the school year.

I would truly appreciate any help you can give to ensure the concert runs smoothly.  If you are willing to give some time to monitor the doors or chaperone please let me know.

Thank you for your consideration.

Tracey Jones

“The Jones Family” <TheJones.Family5@verizon.net>

 

PMA Scholarship

2015

2016
PMA Scholarship Application
All graduating seniors who are planning to continue their education at an accredited school,
college, or university, and who have contributed to the Norwood Public Schools Music program are eligible to apply for a Norwood Parents Music Association Scholarship award.
This application must be completed and returned, along with a transcript of the applicant’s high school record to the Fine Arts office on or before Monday, April 25, 2016.

Please be sure to include all your activities and awards, and make sure that all information is legible.  Payment of the scholarship award is contingent upon the successful completion of the first semester of the recipient’s continued education. An official copy of the recipient’s college transcript should be sent to the Fine Arts office. Payment will be sent to the recipient upon review of the college transcript.
If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Moen in the Fine Arts office.

PMA Application form