The high school choir and band went to the music festival on the February 26.
“I thought that the choir sang good for the amount of time we had to practice,” sophomore Sharity Adams said. “We all felt rushed after the musical. I was surprised that everyone but one person got a one.”
The band left the school at 6 a.m. and the choir left at 9 a.m.
“If there was one thing that I could change about the choir it would be the outfits that we have to wear,” freshman Averey Haskett said.
The choir sang two pieces together and then had one song each for the ensembles. The choir also had some students that did solos.
“I joined choir because one of my goals for 2019 is it step out of my comfort zone and find something new,” freshmen Morgan Riepl said.
When the choir sang they had three judges that sat and listened to them. When they finished their pieces two of the judges came up and worked on what they needed to fix.
“I thought the best part of music festival was watching all the solos,” Riepl said. “I thought that all the soloist did great and tried their best.”
At the end of the day when the choir was heading back director Bob Lee told everyone that he was really happy with how the day went.
“The day at music festival was layed back, mostly, I thought,” Adams said.
Lee said in all of his years to be the choir teacher, this was the first year the choir got all one’s for their rankings.