BSD News October 2021 – The Cedar Mill News
32sd Annual Sunset Classic Marching Competition
Saturday October 16, Sunset High School
Opening ceremonies for the preliminaries at 12:45 p.m. SAMBA show at 3:07 pm; Preliminary prices 3:32 pm; Opening ceremonies for the finals at 5.30 p.m. SAMBA show at 7:52 pm; Prize giving at 8:27 p.m. Adults $ 15, students and seniors $ 10, children 6-12 $ 5, under 6 free. Pay at the door with cash or credit card.
Sunset High School will once again be filled with the sound and spectacle of Pacific Northwest marching bands during the 32sd Annual Sunset Classic, hosted by SHS’s competitive marching band, Sunset Apollo Marching Band and Auxiliary (SAMBA), with volunteers from SAMBA and the Northwest Association for Performing Arts (NWAPA). Ten bands from Oregon and Washington, including SAMBA, will perform and compete for trophies in categories such as music, visuals and general effects.
The Sunset Classic is the premier fundraising event to support all group programs at SHS throughout the year. Under the direction of Greg Hall, Group Director, Sunset enjoys one of the best group programs in the Pacific Northwest. Students are offered a wide variety of musical alternatives, including a marching band and color guard, jazz band, funk band, and symphony band.
SAMBA strives to keep the programs accessible to all interested students, regardless of their ability to pay. It takes over $ 100,000 a year to support the Sunset High School group and color guard programs. The school district cannot fund these activities. Without the support of the community, these opportunities for participation and leadership would disappear.
SAMBA could not exist without the support of the community, volunteers and brilliant students. The group and the color guard thank all the volunteers, guests and groups who will participate in the Sunset Classic. SAMBA also thanks those who donate their cans and bottles, the poster sponsors and all the other supporters of the group and the color guard. If you cannot participate but would like to donate, visit the donation page on the SAMBA website. For any questions, send an email to [email protected].
Sunset Grad Party 2022 October Fundraising
A Parents’ Committee is starting to plan and fundraise for the traditional 2022 graduation party. We will continue to provide you with information on fundraising and other ways you can help celebrate. these young ones !
Our annual Willamette Valley pie sale is happening now! Submit your order by October 22. The pie picking will take place at Sunset High School on November 6 from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm For more information, email [email protected].
You can order online and pay by credit card here. OR you can download the form found on this page and return / mail it to Sunset High School with your payment by check.
MOD Pizza Fundraiser
Wednesday October 20, online or in store
Visit MOD Pizza’s online ordering website and use coupon code â€œGR201556Sâ€ and 20% of your meal price will be donated to Sunset High School Grad Party.
Or visit the location at 2695 SW Cedar Hills Blvd Suite 190 and they will take your order from their storefront for take out. Mention that you are with Sunset High School Grad Party before placing your order.
Bethany Public House Fundraiser
Wednesday October 27 4840 NW Bethany Blvd
To take out or dine on site, mention the Sunset Grad Party and they will contribute to our cause!
Collection of bottles and cans
Sunday, October 31, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., Findley Elementary School parking lot, 4155 NW Saltzman Rd
Bring us your clean bottles and cans.
Join the BSD Budget Committee
The Beaverton School District has five vacancies on the Budget Committee and is seeking a diverse pool of applicants. These positions are in school board zones 3 (which serves the Cedar Mill area), 4, 5, 6 and 7.
The Budget Committee conducts its work in nightly public meetings held between November and June. The committee reviews the district budget and recommends changes as needed. It then approves the budget and sends it to the school board for adoption by the end of June.
Those interested in serving on the Budget Committee are required to reside in the area they wish to represent. Candidates must also meet the following requirements: 1) be a registered Washington County voter, 2) have lived in the district for at least one year, and 3) not be an employee of the Beaverton School District. The members of the budget committee will be appointed by the school board.
If you are interested, please visit the Budget Committee Vacancies webpage for more information and to apply.
Tumwater Middle School launches drama program
The Beaverton Education Foundation (BEF) hosted a flash fundraiser to provide seed money for Tumwater Takes the Stage, an effort to start a theater and drama program for our new school.
The initial project raised $ 3,500 in one month, with matching funds from BEF, to launch the program. BEF is able to provide these seed and matching funds with contributions from our community throughout the year. Our donation portal is a great way to continue to support Tumwater Middle School and the 54 schools in the district. This gives BEF the flexibility to allocate funds to schools and projects that need it most!
Due to Covid-19 concerns, TMS Theater’s first year will host two productions, but they are planning three each year in the future: a traditional play, a one-act festival and a musical. Ticket sales for these performances will fund the program the following year, so come see them!