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Bruce Mullins - Director
Elijah Javins - Field Commander
Gabbie Mullins - Feature Twirler
Kim Blankenship - Band Boosters President

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WV All State Band Auditions!

Auditions for the WV High School All-State Band will be held during the school day on Friday, December 6, 2019 at Christ Church United Methodist in Charleston, WV.


The Audition Materials are posted in the Members Area. Interested students should be working hard on these audition materials and MUST, by Friday, September 27th inform Mr. Mullins of their intention to audition and pay their $15.00 audition fee.

RHS Band Boosters to Host, "Travel WV" Bingo on Friday, September 20th

Tickets can be purchased in advance from many Band Boosters Parents or Mr. Mullins


We need YOUR help! - all band members should plan to help work this event! Doors open at 5, Bingo begins at 6:00.

Black Socks

We wear Black Pants and Black shoes with our uniform. The only acceptable sock is a Black Sock!. Socks cannot be ankle or "no show", they must be normal Black crew Socks! We do not provide or loan socks, everyone has to bring their own - every time we wear uniforms.

RHS Band to March in the Malden Salt Fest Parade on Sat. September 28th

Meet at Carver Career Center at 9:00am - Parade Begins at 10:00am


Parade Route is very short. We will be finished before 11:00am!

CLARIFICATION ON REPORT TIMES

Report times listed on the band calendar are the times that students are expected to be in the band room to prepare for performances. I realize that it is difficult for some students to get back to school at the report time if they go home first, and for this reason many students stay in Quincy after school. Sometimes the down time between the end of school and the band's report time can exceed two hours. It is simply impossible for me to adequately supervise every child during this "unstructured" or "down" time. Some parents allow their child to walk to McDonalds, some to Walmart, some students have cars and drive wherever they choose, and still some are told to stay in the band room. I have absolutely no way of knowing who is allowed to do what, and wouldn't be able to keep up with it if I were given the information.

While I don't mind students being around the band room after school I cannot be held accountable for what children may do when out of my sight and possibly off school property when parents allow them to stay in Quincy outside of times that I require or request them to be here.

If parents choose to allow their child to stay during the time after school and before the stated "report" time then Parents are responsible for their child's actions during that time.

As usual I will continue to be around the band room after school on these days, will ensure that the students around me are behaving correctly, and will be available to any student who has a problem during this time. Please feel free to email me if you would like to discuss this matter (bmullins@mail.kana.k12.wv.us).

Thank You, Mr. Mullins

WVU High School Honor Band

The WVU High School Honor Band Will be held February 7-9 this year.
Participants will be asked to record themselves (video) playing two major scales of their choosing, the chromatic scale, and a brief required excerpt that will be provided below. The required excerpts will be posted in January 2019.

Check back for updates

Here are images from last year's group:

Marshall High School Honor Band

THe Marshall High School Honor Band Will be held February 14-16 this year.
Last year, Marshall started a sytem in which all nominated students are allowed in the two lower bands. Students, and their directors, can choose to audition for the two two bands. This audition will consist of scales, sight reading, and possibly a prepared piece.
Here are some images of past groups attending the Marshall Honor Band Festival: