From Principal Lynn Dole's February 2, 2014 Newsletter:
Greetings from Oz!
are some exciting updates! Rehearsals are well under way. The students
are working really hard! Backdrop designs are proceeding, and props and
sets are starting to emerge. This is very exciting but we still need
set and props, we are looking for several items on the list below. I
would like to take this time to reach out into the school community to
see if anyone might have anyone of these items they would be willing to
share, lend or give to this production.
- Old, classic, rough-looking bicycle w/basket for the Wicked Witch
– if you have old cans of brightly colored paint hanging around that
you want to share, let us know! Colors like bright yellow, red, green,
blue, white, black etc…
- Old-fashioned suitcase
- Old wooden wagon with at least one wheel that can be removed and put back on.
- Thick hemp rope – lots of it
- GREEN fabric to use as drapery
- GREEN carpet
- FABRIC – bright colors
- Rope ladder or just more rope to make a rope ladder
- ANY EXTRA building materials you would like to donate are welcome!
Regarding set and prop donation, please contact School Nurse Michelle Larocque at email@example.com
- FABRIC – green, brown and any other colors are welcome
are excited to have finalized our production’s logo and are now
accepting t-shirt orders!
T-shirts sizes come in ADULT S, M, L, & XL
only. The ADULT SMALL is comparable to a CHILD LARGE.
The T-shirt color is "kelly green."
If a cast or
crew member is interested in ordering a t-shirt they can do so by coming
to rehearsal and I will put them on the list. If you are a supporter of
the show you are also welcome to order a t-shirt too!
I will be taking
t-shirt orders until FEBRUARY 12,
2014. Please send your order to firstname.lastname@example.org
T-shirts are only $10.00 a shirt.
When the shirts arrive I will
accept payments, which will go into our Student Activities Account.
Check out our t-shirt design below!
Please contact me with any questions or if you just want to help out!
All the best,
Producer/Director All-School Musical
Visual Arts on Display
you haven’t stopped by yet, there is still time to see the artwork by
Mohawk students on display at the Annual Teen Art Exhibit at Artspace Gallery in Greenfield. The exhibit showcases students from all over
Franklin County and runs from January 13 through February 14, 2014. The gallery hours are Monday - Friday, 1-6 and Saturday, February 8
The following Mohawk students have art on display: Brianna
Gray, Sara Paige, Josh Hutchins, Asia Whitaker, Heidi Phelps, Sequoia
LeBeau, Cailin Duncan, and Samantha Cairns. Art teacher Mary Jane
Johnson coordinates Mohawk’s participation in this local art exhibit