Irving Tiger Band
Complete Pass-Offs by scheduled times
5th Six Weeks Pass-Off
Complete ALL Pass-Offs ASAP
No Time to Slack Off
Anything Below 100 Is Not Completed. It’s not complete until it’s passed off completely.
Heaven’s Light – LATE! INC’s must be Completed! (4th six weeks)
92% Woodwinds Completed Pass-Off
95% Brass Completed Pass-Off
94% Total Combined Woodwinds and Brass Completed Pass-Off
Rough Riders – LATE! (grade on 5th six weeks) *Updated in Gradespeed
56% Woodwinds Completed Pass-Off
86% Brass Completed Pass-Off
70% Total Combined Woodwinds and Brass Completed Pass-Off
Arabian Dances – DUE NOW! March 27 (will be updated March 27 in gradespeed)
0% Woodwinds Completed Pass-Off
50% Brass Completed Pass-Off
23% Total Combined Woodwinds and Brass Completed Pass-Off
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CALLING ALL BAND PARENTS!
Parents, we are in need of your help! With the growing size of the band, we are short volunteers. To help your students effectively, we are asking for help in the following ways:
- Band Needs: Chaperones to ride buses to football games and contests, drive trucks to games and contest, possibly move show equipment – Contact Mr. Huff using the director contacts email link on the top right of this page.
- Booster Needs: – Concession help for football games, contact sponsors to donate money to the band (form on sponsor page), parents to show support for their students in band by coming to booster meetings. Contact Booster President, Terri Kennedy on the Booster Page for more information on how you can help.
The BEST Bands in the State of Texas have the greatest numbers of Parents supporting them. TOGETHER we can help make this a GREAT BAND!
Game, Contest Itinerary and 2 Week Rehearsal Schedule
Region Orchestra Member
All-Region Band Members
Irving Tiger Band
Region XX UIL Marching Contest – 1st Division
Area C Marching Competition – 18th Place
1st Division Region XX Marching Contest
Saturday – October 18, 2014
“We must all suffer from one of two pains: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. The difference is discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tons.”
― Jim Rohn