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For Attending Fine Arts Performances
The South Dakota High School Activities Association promotes observing the following audience etiquette guidelines while attending fine arts performances. These guidelines provide the basis for expected audience behavior at SDHSAA sponsored fine arts activities, including choral, band and orchestra concerts, region music contests and theatrical performances. These etiquette guidelines reflect expected behavior that assures courtesy to the performers and other audience members alike. Concentrate your attention fully on the performance. Do not talk during a performance. • We want you to talk about a performance, but please discuss it after the performance is over. • Respect those around you, including children, adults and performers. Applaud courteously at the end of the performance. • Applause between movements of a work is not appropriate. • Whistling and yelling are not appropriate at a performance. Beth Mathis, ABR, GRI Owner/Broker Associate
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• I f you feel that you observed a particularly exceptional performance, a standing ovation is an appropriate acknowledgment. Do not take photos during the performance (including videos). • This is a distraction to the performers as well as the other members of the audience. • Flash photos can temporarily impair the vision of the performers. Avoid making motions or noises which might distract other audience members or the performers. • Turn off cell devices and pagers. • Take your cap or hat off while in the auditorium. You are not at a sporting event! • Remember, a chair or theatre seat is to sit on, it is not a footstool. When entering or exiting the performance hall, do so only between performances. Thank You! Spearfish FAB P.O. Box 534 Spearfish, SD 57783 facebook.com/spearfishfab
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For the Spearfish Fine Arts Boosters
Our mission is to promote, support and encourage student involvement in the arts; recognize student achievement in the arts, and provide a positive experience for all those who participate in the band, choir, drama, art and speech and debate programs in the Spearfish schools.
Tobacco Free Campus Policy The Spearfish School District Board of Education prohibits the use of all forms of tobacco by staff members, employees, visitors or guests in all District buildings, on school grounds, in all school vehicles at all times and at any school-related functions. For the purposes of this policy, tobacco means any substance or item, in any form, containing tobacco. The administration is directed to treat the use, possession or promotion of all forms of nicotine-containing products or nicotine delivery devices, which may or may not include actual tobacco, as a violation of this policy, provided the device is not part of an individualâ€™s cessation program.
Thank you Carol Doerges for sewing and donating the quilt for 2018-19! Raffle tickets are sold at each fine arts play and concert for $2 each, 3/$5 or 7/$10. The winner will be drawn at the spring musical.
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ART Mrs. Howard is a Chadron State College graduate with a BS in
Art and Education. SShe has been teaching art for Spearfish schools over 20 years. “As an artist, I enjoy the process of art always evolving. I don’t want to do just one form of art and but continually challenge myself with new techniques and forms. I love teaching art at Spearfish High School and appreciate all the support that is given to the arts.” What you do matters!
Mrs. Fowlkes is a 2004 graduate of Black Hills State University
with a BS in K-12 Art Education. She has experience working with pre-school to high school age learners, and thoroughly enjoys creating artwork with students in her Photography, Ceramics, and Intro. to Art classes at Spearfish High School. â€œFor as long as I can remember, I have loved creating things, designing things, and looking at artwork. I like working with a wide variety of materials, but especially enjoy ceramics, photography, watercolor and collage/mixed media. As a teacher, I love sharing my passion for art with my students and love helping them view the world with different eyes.â€? She and her husband, Collin, are both artists and enjoy living in community that values the arts, and the outdoors.
Band Ms. Appl
is in her first year teaching band and keyboarding at Spearfish High School. She received her degree in Music Education from Northern State University in 2018. In her free time, Ms. Appl enjoys running, biking, hiking, water skiing, reading, and spending time with friends and family.
Choir Choir Ms. Kaitfors is now in her fifth year at Spearfish High School. She is thankful to have the opportunity to work with her wonderful students and colleagues at Spearfish High School each and every day. Miss Kaitfors received her degree in Music Education K-12 from Chadron State College in 2012. In her free time, Miss Kaitfors enjoys participating in local theater productions, singing in the Northern Hills Community Chorale, spending time with friends and family, and traveling.
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Speech & debate
This is Mrs. Friedrich’s first year as an assistant coach with the Speech and Debate program. She is working with students in both Speech and Debate events. Mrs. Friedrich earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from South Dakota State University and teaches Family and Consumer Sciences courses at the high school. She is very excited to be a part of the Speech and Debate program at Spearfish High School!
Mr. Speirs is entering his 30th year coaching for Spearfish, has his Masters in Curriculum from BHSU and has received a triple diamond rating from the National Speech and Debate Association. He has had the pleasure of coaching 27 All-Americans from SHS and has had students earn spots at the national finals 20 different seasons/ Three times in the last 15 years, Spearfish debate teams have been ranked among the top 50 teams in the nation. He is looking forward to their fourth state championship season!
journalism Ms. Walters
This is Mrs. Walters’ second year as an assistant coach with the Speech and Debate team. She earned her Bachelors degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and her Masters degree from Black Hills State University. She loves teaching English and Journalism at Spearfish High School where she also serves as the Yearbook Adviser; she previously served as assistant director in the Spearfish Middle School drama program. When she’s not coaching or teaching, Mrs. Walters enjoys hiking, biking, and skiing with her husband and four children.
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Theatre theatre Ms. Scherer Ms. Scherer teaches literature, composition, drama, and creative writing at Spearfish High School. She has been active in theater in all capacities (acting, tech crew, and directing) for more than 20 years. She is so grateful and lucky to work with such amazing students; in fact, the best part of her day is walking into the theater for play practice and being able to experience the fantastic talent of SHS.
teaches literature, research, and composition. Between acting, tech, and directing, she has been involved in theater for over thirty years! She thoroughly enjoys being able to share her love of theater with such talented students!
“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” ― William Shakespeare,
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middle school band Mrs. Case is the director of the Spearfish Middle School. A native of Harlan, Iowa, Mrs. Case attended The University of Northern Iowa in
Cedar Falls. She earned her Bachelor of Music Education Degree in 2003 with Trombone and Euphonium emphasis. She spent her first three years of teaching at Humboldt High School in Humboldt, Iowa, where she led the Marching Wildcats and the concert band to Division I ratings at State Marching Band and Large Group Contests. Mrs. Case also directs the Middle School Jazz Band and Marching Band.
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middle school choir Mrs. Woodard has taught in the Spearfish School District for 36
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Spearfish Fine Arts Boosters (FAB) Annual Membership Form School Year:________________________________________________ Parents Name(s):____________________________________________ Phone(s):__________________________________________________ Address:___________________________________________________ Email(s):__________________________________________________ Student’s Name(s):
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