Month: October 2018

Marching Cadets Take Steps To State

By Senior Alexa Hoover

Band season is in full swing and the Marching Cadets are working hard preparing for another shot at a State title.

This week begins the eliminations at Lafayette Jefferson High School for Regional Competition. The band and colorguard have already put in over 200 hours of practice this season in hopes to advance to Semi-State next weekend.

This year Concordia has received first place with multiple distinction awards at every site they have competed at.

“I think our success can be attributed most directly to the focus and hard work we have put into rehearsals. We are all clearly excited about making the show as great as possible,” Drum major and junior Andrew Schroeder commented.

“The maturity of music and drill in our show this year has been impressive to the judges!” Senior and drum major Katie Milliman added.

Many people say that “practice makes perfect”, but the marching band staff at Concordia likes to say that “perfect practice makes perfect.”

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Hallway Havoc: Senior hallway decorations taken down after some deemed against school’s core values

By Senior Rylee Light

Starting off homecoming week with nothing but excitement, joy, and high hopes, but not exactly ending that way.

     Every year for homecoming each grade decorates their own hallway with a theme. This year’s seniors had the theme of horror, which was in the main hallway, as every senior class does each year. Continue reading “Hallway Havoc: Senior hallway decorations taken down after some deemed against school’s core values”