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1 Frank Augustus Miller Middle School Color Guard Team

2 Frank A. Miller Middle School Color Guard Krameria Ave. Riverside CA (951) Beth Salyers Color Guard Advisor Dear Parents, The Miller Middle School Color Guard is a performance group that dances, spins flags and other props. The group performs at school functions. These include Band Extravaganza, a Spring Show and other school activities. Membership to the team is by audition. The Winter Guard is the competition squad. The competition group is a smaller and more advanced group. Auditions for this group are open to all Color Guard team members in November/December. These students will compete beginning in late February through the end of April. Try-outs: Tryout Clinic is Monday - Wednesday, May 8-10 from 3:30-5:00 PM at Miller Middle School. Students should attend all days. The clinic is where students learn basic skills and a routine to music for the try-outs. Wednesday, May 10 th is the final tryout from 3:30-5:00 PM. There will be 2-3 judges. Students will be asked to demonstrate basic skills and a flag and dance routine which is set to music. Auditions are done in small groups with only judges and instructors in the room. No audience. Results will be posted on the Miller Middle School web site by 9:00 PM on Thursday. Go to the RUSD web site, click on schools and select Frank A. Miller Middle School. There will be a link to click on to get to the list of girls who make the team. Physicals: Each student who participates in any physical activity in the Riverside Unified School District is required to have a physical. The physical form is attached. This can done through a family physician s office or for a small fee, the CVS Pharmacy Minute Clinic or the Sports clinic at the corner of Magnolia and 14 th street is a quick alternative. Physical forms must be turned in before any participation in the group. Physical forms must be turned in by the end of this school year. They can be ed to me or place them in a sealed envelope with my name on the outside and return to the school office. The office staff will be glad to drop it in my mail box for you. Consent for Field Trip: This permission form included in this packet must be turned in by the start of the school year. A separate form is required for guard camp and must be returned by the first day of camp (included in packet). Equipment: Guard equipment is provided and must be turned in at the end of the year. Flags and other props and equipment are purchased through group fund raisers and donations and is checked out to each team member. Students may buy their own practice equipment but it is not required.

3 Miller Middle School Color Guard Uniforms: Students wear our team t-shirts, black leggings and shoes for some performances and school functions. We are asking student s to provide black or tan jazz shoes. Color will be determined once we have decided on uniform colors and designs. We will offer these through the group in the fall and we do receive a discount by ordering all shoes at the same time. Approximate cost is $ $ Students will also be asked to provide black leggings. These can be purchased at Forever 21 for about $5 - $7. Students also need a team t-shirt $15. Assistance is available if needed, just speak with me in private. This will be kept confidential. Winter guard competition uniforms: Approximate cost of competition uniforms is $ $ per student. We can do a group fund raiser to help with this cost and donations are accepted as well. Team Jackets: Optional; for about $50.00 or sweat-suit for about $75.00 but it is not required. There are also shirts available for the parents to buy to show your support in the audience! Flag Bags: I recommend a flag bag for student s to carry equipment to and from school. These can be easily made or you can buy the fabric and for $10.00, I have a seamstress who makes them (2 1/2 yards of fabric, flannel works best). Meals on contest days: Student s may choose to pack a lunch or eat at the concession stand. Sometimes the High School parents offer a healthy meal for $5.00. Fund Raising: Since we do not charge fees for participation in the group, we cannot run the program without fund raising. We ask that all students and parents do their part in these activities. We need to raise money for flags and props, entry fees, and competition uniforms. Donations are always accepted. There is normally a car wash early in the school year to start off our fund raising efforts. However, due to the drought we must find an alternative fund raiser. If you have ideas or suggestions, they are welcomed. The car wash has always raised about $2,000 so we are looking for a good replacement. We also have a cookie dough fund raiser in November which is delivered just in time for the holidays. If you can help with ideas, organizing, or donations, please contact me. Transportation: This year we will have a very limited amount of money for bus transportation. This will mean that parents need to be willing to get their child to and from most competitions. When possible, we will take a bus but only to the shows that are the furthest away and only if funds are available. Communication: We do most, if not all of our communication with parents through . It is important that we have the correct address on file for all. I plan to have one more parent meeting at the beginning of the school year once the team is established.

4 Miller Middle School Color Guard Attendance: Team Members are expected to attend all rehearsals and performances. We ask that you do not schedule dentist, doctors appointments, or other activities on a rehearsal day. Our time is valuable. This is a school activity. Students are committing to be part of a team where every member is important. All performances and competitions must come first before other outside activities. We are representing Miller Middle School. Summer Guard Camp: The cost is $ The camp is held on June 19 th, 20 th and 21 st from 9:00 AM 12:00 PM at Miller Middle School. Camp is not required but it is recommended. Students will get dance classes, flag classes and rifle classes will be offered for some students. They will also learn a camp dance and a flag routine which we will use for performances that take place early in the school year. This is also when equipment will be checked out to team members. Students also have a chance to meet students from other schools in the area and make new friends, build team spirit and have fun! Morning snack is included in the cost. Rehearsal schedule: Team Members will be placed in a first period P.E. class when possible. Two days per week we will have Color Guard practice before school beginning at 6:30 AM until first period begins. Those 2 days are tentatively set for Monday and Friday. There will also be Wednesday rehearsal after school from 12:15-3:00 PM. Additional rehearsals will be scheduled on an as needed basis and plenty of advanced notice will be given. We usually have a camp weekend early in the season to begin learning the competition routine. Performance Schedule: Band Extravaganza Wednesday, October 18 or 25, 2017 Open House Date to be announced 6th Grade Orientation Date to be announced Winter Guard Competitions (competition dates are tentative) Saturday, February 3 or 10 Saturday, February 24 Saturday, March 3 Saturday, March 10 Saturday, March 17 Saturday, March 24 Saturday, March 31 Saturday, April 14 or 21 Championships in Orange County Spring Show Date to be announced (May)

5 Miller Middle School Color Guard We usually attend about 3-5 competitions plus championships. Dates for competitions are not available until the end of the school year once the color guard circuit has site confirmations for all competition hosts. Final dates will be given at the beginning of the school year. There is the possibility of a Sunday show. We will try to avoid this but the color guard circuit is working toward eliminating Friday evening shows and we try to stay close to our area when possible. This could mean needing to attend at least one show on a Sunday as a qualifying event for championships. Discipline: Team Members are expected to be model students both in school and out. Students must maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.0. Students who have discipline problems at school and on school trips may be dismissed from the team. Each is handled on a case by case basis but these general rules do apply to all students: 1. Suspension from School - first offense, student placed on probation. If there is a performance at time of suspension the student is not allowed to perform. Second offense, student is removed from the team. 2. Excessive absences: missing more than two rehearsals in a month - student is warned that they will not perform at the next event if they miss again. Parent is advised by phone call or . If the student continues to miss practice, they will be removed from the team. After the third tardy, a student will be warned that after the next tardy they will not participate in the next performance. 3. Students are expected to be respectful to staff and other students. If problems arise, parents will be notified and a conference will be set up if needed. 4. Students who miss the last rehearsal before a performance, will not be allowed to perform at that event. 5. Grade point average-minimum of 2.0. If at the time of a grade check, the student does not have a 2.0, they are placed on probation and cannot perform until the grades improve. If grades do not improve by the end of a quarter then the student is removed from the team. Parent Participation: We always need parent help. If you are willing to go as a bus chaperone, provide snacks at rehearsals, help as a fund raising chairperson, or in any other way, please let me know, we welcome your participation. We will have 2 Guard Moms who take care of s and organizing everything for me but we always need more help! Please sign the parent permission form for tryouts and return by Monday, May 8. Students will not be allowed to participate in the auditions without a signed permission slip. Thank you, Beth Salyers Guard Instructor Miller Middle School Color Guard

6 Miller Middle School Color Guard Parent Permission Form for Participation in Try-outs I have read and agree with the rules and regulations set forth for my child to participate in the Miller Middle School Color Guard and give permission for to try-out for the team for the school year. Signature of Parent or Guardian Date Name of student Current Grade Student cell # Student Parents Name(s) _ Address Zip code Home Phone Cell Parent Please fill in address. We will try to do most communication by .

7 Please return this form to your child s school health office signed by the physician and the parent or guardian. To the Parent or Legal Guardian of: Student Teacher/Designee in Charge: Beth Salyers, Color Guard Advisor Single Date: May 8-10, 2017 Time: 3:30 PM To: 5:00 PM Multiple Date/s: Time: To: Destination: Instructional Focus: Frank Augustus Miller Middle School Color Guard Clinic/Try-outs Transportation: Bus Private Auto Other Transportation to and from FAMMS is the responsibility of the parent/guardian Student will be returned to their school and must he picked up by an adult named on the student s emergency card, if they return after school hours. Riverside USD does not provide medical insurance for students for school related injuries. On any occasion where student emergency medical care is deemed necessary, Parent/Guardian herein authorizes such emergency transportation and/or medical attention as may be required. Further, Parent/Guardian agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Riverside Unified School District, the Board of Trustees, the individual members thereof, and all District officers, staff, agents, employees and volunteers from any and all loss, costs, and expense including legal fees or other obligations or claims, arising directly or indirectly out of any liability or claim of loss or liability for personal injury, bodily injury to persons, contractual liability, and damage to property, or any other loss, damage, injury or other claim of any kind or nature, arising out of participation in the field study trip and any medical or dental treatment which may be rendered to minor child student. Parent/Guardian agrees to assume the financial responsibility for such care as the treating doctor may consider necessary. This waiver shall not apply to any occurrences which may arise solely out of the negligence of the district, its employees or agents. THE INFORMATION IN THIS SECTION MUST BE FILLED OUT AND RETURNED TO THE SCHOOL TWO (2) WEEKS PRIOR TO THE FIELD TRIP. NO PERMISSION FOR PARTICIPATING IN A FIELD TRIP CAN BE GRANTED OVER THE TELEPHONE. If your child will be taking medication on the field trip the information on the back of this form MUST be completed by the parent and physician, unless you have a CURRENT medication administration authorization form on file at school. Health information: (Fill out if your child is on medication at home). Name of medication: When and how often taken: Dosage amount: Please add information that you feel we need to know about your child s health: List any know allergies to insects, food, medicines, other Does your child have an Epi-pen? Yes No Does he/she have parent/physician authorization to self administer? Yes No Does your child have an Inhaler for Asthma? Yes No Yes No Does he/she have parent/physician authorization to self administer? Are there any physical defects or congenital illnesses that may endanger his/her activity or safety? In case of emergency, if I, the parent, cannot be reached at (Home phone) or (Cell phone/work phone) Please contact: at I accept the conditions described on this form and give my consent for my son/daughter to participate in the field trip. (Parent/Guardian Signature) Date: Field Trip Consent Form 09/10 1

8 Please return this form to your child s school health office signed by the physician and the parent or guardian. MEDICATION ORDER TO BE COMPLETED BY THE PHYSICIAN Student s Name: DOB: Pursuant to California Code #49423 all medications including over the counter mediation brought to the field trip must be accompanied by a physicians order signed by the Physician and the Parent. These orders must include an administration time and cannot be general in nature. Any failure to comply with this code will result in the sent medication not being administered. Student may carry Epi-Pen and/or Asthma Inhaler with physician and parent authorization. Name of Medicine PRN Medications Symptoms Frequency Indications for Medical Evaluation Method of Administration: Date to be Discontinued Medication prescribed for which health condition: Time(s) to be taken: Dosage: Precaution Possible reactions: Physician s Telephone Number Name of Physician (Please Print) Physician s Signature Date MEDICATION ORDER TO BE COMPLETED BY THE PHYSICIAN Student s Name: DOB: Pursuant to California Code #49423 all medications including over the counter mediation brought to the field trip must be accompanied by a physicians order signed by the Physician and the Parent. These orders must include an administration time and cannot be general in nature. Any failure to comply with this code will result in the sent medication not being administered. Student may carry Epi-Pen and/or Asthma Inhaler with written physician and parent authorization. Name of Medicine PRN Medications Symptoms Frequency Indications for Medical Evaluation Method of Administration: Date to be Discontinued Medication prescribed for which health condition: Time(s) to be taken: Dosage: Precaution Possible reactions: Physician s Telephone Number Name of Physician (Please Print) Physician s Signature Date Field Trip Consent Form 09/10 2

9 HOLD HARMLESS AND WAIVER PARENTS/GUARDIANS PICKING UP AND TRANSPORTING THEIR OWN CHILD FROM FIELD TRIP May 8 10, 2017 Student s Name Date of field trip School Name Field trip location Frank Augustus Miller Middle School Parent/Guardian Name Relationship to student The parent/guardian of the student named above has elected to pick up and transport his/her own child from a districtsponsored field trip, although transportation is provided by Riverside Unified School District to and from this event. By electing to pick up and provide alternate transportation, the parent/guardian agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Riverside Unified School District, the Board of Trustees, the individual members thereof, and all District officers, staff, agents, employees and volunteers from any and all loss, costs, and expense including legal fees, or other obligations or claims, arising directly or indirectly out of any liability or claim of loss or liability for personal injury, bodily injury to persons, contractual liability, and damage to property, or any other loss, damage, injury or other claim of any kind or nature, arising out of the parent/guardian s decision to pick up and provide alternate transportation for his/her child from the District-sponsored field trip. Signature of Parent or Legal Guardian Date Signed Print Name of Parent or Legal Guardian Signature of Witness Date Signed Print Name of Witness Field Trip Consent Form 09/10 3

10 Please return this form to your child s school health office signed by the physician and the parent or guardian. To the Parent or Legal Guardian of: Student Teacher/Designee in Charge: Beth Salyers, Color Guard Advisor Single Date: June 19, 20, 21, 2017 Time: 9:00 AM To: 12:00 PM Multiple Date/s: Time: To: Destination: Instructional Focus: Color Guard Camp, Frank Augustus Miller Middle School Color Guard Practice Transportation: Bus Private Auto Other Parent must provide transportation to and from Color Guard Camp Student will be returned to their school and must he picked up by an adult named on the student s emergency card, if they return after school hours. Riverside USD does not provide medical insurance for students for school related injuries. On any occasion where student emergency medical care is deemed necessary, Parent/Guardian herein authorizes such emergency transportation and/or medical attention as may be required. Further, Parent/Guardian agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Riverside Unified School District, the Board of Trustees, the individual members thereof, and all District officers, staff, agents, employees and volunteers from any and all loss, costs, and expense including legal fees or other obligations or claims, arising directly or indirectly out of any liability or claim of loss or liability for personal injury, bodily injury to persons, contractual liability, and damage to property, or any other loss, damage, injury or other claim of any kind or nature, arising out of participation in the field study trip and any medical or dental treatment which may be rendered to minor child student. Parent/Guardian agrees to assume the financial responsibility for such care as the treating doctor may consider necessary. This waiver shall not apply to any occurrences which may arise solely out of the negligence of the district, its employees or agents. THE INFORMATION IN THIS SECTION MUST BE FILLED OUT AND RETURNED TO THE SCHOOL TWO (2) WEEKS PRIOR TO THE FIELD TRIP. NO PERMISSION FOR PARTICIPATING IN A FIELD TRIP CAN BE GRANTED OVER THE TELEPHONE. If your child will be taking medication on the field trip the information on the back of this form MUST be completed by the parent and physician, unless you have a CURRENT medication administration authorization form on file at school. Health information: (Fill out if your child is on medication at home). Name of medication: When and how often taken: Dosage amount: Please add information that you feel we need to know about your child s health: List any know allergies to insects, food, medicines, other Does your child have an Epi-pen? Yes No Does he/she have parent/physician authorization to self administer? Yes No Does your child have an Inhaler for Asthma? Yes No Yes No Does he/she have parent/physician authorization to self administer? Are there any physical defects or congenital illnesses that may endanger his/her activity or safety? In case of emergency, if I, the parent, cannot be reached at (Home phone) or (Cell phone/work phone) Please contact: at I accept the conditions described on this form and give my consent for my son/daughter to participate in the field trip. (Parent/Guardian Signature) Date: Field Trip Consent Form 09/10 1

11 Please return this form to your child s school health office signed by the physician and the parent or guardian. MEDICATION ORDER TO BE COMPLETED BY THE PHYSICIAN Student s Name: DOB: Pursuant to California Code #49423 all medications including over the counter mediation brought to the field trip must be accompanied by a physicians order signed by the Physician and the Parent. These orders must include an administration time and cannot be general in nature. Any failure to comply with this code will result in the sent medication not being administered. Student may carry Epi-Pen and/or Asthma Inhaler with physician and parent authorization. Name of Medicine PRN Medications Symptoms Frequency Indications for Medical Evaluation Method of Administration: Date to be Discontinued Medication prescribed for which health condition: Time(s) to be taken: Dosage: Precaution Possible reactions: Physician s Telephone Number Name of Physician (Please Print) Physician s Signature Date MEDICATION ORDER TO BE COMPLETED BY THE PHYSICIAN Student s Name: DOB: Pursuant to California Code #49423 all medications including over the counter mediation brought to the field trip must be accompanied by a physicians order signed by the Physician and the Parent. These orders must include an administration time and cannot be general in nature. Any failure to comply with this code will result in the sent medication not being administered. Student may carry Epi-Pen and/or Asthma Inhaler with written physician and parent authorization. Name of Medicine PRN Medications Symptoms Frequency Indications for Medical Evaluation Method of Administration: Date to be Discontinued Medication prescribed for which health condition: Time(s) to be taken: Dosage: Precaution Possible reactions: Physician s Telephone Number Name of Physician (Please Print) Physician s Signature Date Field Trip Consent Form 09/10 2

12 HOLD HARMLESS AND WAIVER PARENTS/GUARDIANS PICKING UP AND TRANSPORTING THEIR OWN CHILD FROM FIELD TRIP June 19, 20, 21, 2017 Student s Name Date of field trip School Name Field trip location Frank Augustus Miller Middle School Parent/Guardian Name Relationship to student The parent/guardian of the student named above has elected to pick up and transport his/her own child from a districtsponsored field trip, although transportation is provided by Riverside Unified School District to and from this event. By electing to pick up and provide alternate transportation, the parent/guardian agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Riverside Unified School District, the Board of Trustees, the individual members thereof, and all District officers, staff, agents, employees and volunteers from any and all loss, costs, and expense including legal fees, or other obligations or claims, arising directly or indirectly out of any liability or claim of loss or liability for personal injury, bodily injury to persons, contractual liability, and damage to property, or any other loss, damage, injury or other claim of any kind or nature, arising out of the parent/guardian s decision to pick up and provide alternate transportation for his/her child from the District-sponsored field trip. Signature of Parent or Legal Guardian Date Signed Print Name of Parent or Legal Guardian Signature of Witness Date Signed Print Name of Witness Field Trip Consent Form 09/10 3

13 Please return this form to your child s school health office signed by the physician and the parent or guardian. To the Parent or Legal Guardian of: Student Teacher/Designee in Charge: Beth Salyers, Color Guard Advisor Single Date: June 19, 20, 21, 2017 Time: 9:00 AM To: 12:00 PM Multiple Date/s: Time: To: Destination: Instructional Focus: Color Guard Camp, Frank Augustus Miller Middle School Color Guard Practice Transportation: Bus Private Auto Other Parent must provide transportation to and from Color Guard Camp Student will be returned to their school and must he picked up by an adult named on the student s emergency card, if they return after school hours. Riverside USD does not provide medical insurance for students for school related injuries. On any occasion where student emergency medical care is deemed necessary, Parent/Guardian herein authorizes such emergency transportation and/or medical attention as may be required. Further, Parent/Guardian agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Riverside Unified School District, the Board of Trustees, the individual members thereof, and all District officers, staff, agents, employees and volunteers from any and all loss, costs, and expense including legal fees or other obligations or claims, arising directly or indirectly out of any liability or claim of loss or liability for personal injury, bodily injury to persons, contractual liability, and damage to property, or any other loss, damage, injury or other claim of any kind or nature, arising out of participation in the field study trip and any medical or dental treatment which may be rendered to minor child student. Parent/Guardian agrees to assume the financial responsibility for such care as the treating doctor may consider necessary. This waiver shall not apply to any occurrences which may arise solely out of the negligence of the district, its employees or agents. THE INFORMATION IN THIS SECTION MUST BE FILLED OUT AND RETURNED TO THE SCHOOL TWO (2) WEEKS PRIOR TO THE FIELD TRIP. NO PERMISSION FOR PARTICIPATING IN A FIELD TRIP CAN BE GRANTED OVER THE TELEPHONE. If your child will be taking medication on the field trip the information on the back of this form MUST be completed by the parent and physician, unless you have a CURRENT medication administration authorization form on file at school. Health information: (Fill out if your child is on medication at home). Name of medication: When and how often taken: Dosage amount: Please add information that you feel we need to know about your child s health: List any know allergies to insects, food, medicines, other Does your child have an Epi-pen? Yes No Does he/she have parent/physician authorization to self administer? Yes No Does your child have an Inhaler for Asthma? Yes No Yes No Does he/she have parent/physician authorization to self administer? Are there any physical defects or congenital illnesses that may endanger his/her activity or safety? In case of emergency, if I, the parent, cannot be reached at (Home phone) or (Cell phone/work phone) Please contact: at I accept the conditions described on this form and give my consent for my son/daughter to participate in the field trip. (Parent/Guardian Signature) Date: Field Trip Consent Form 09/10 1

14 Please return this form to your child s school health office signed by the physician and the parent or guardian. MEDICATION ORDER TO BE COMPLETED BY THE PHYSICIAN Student s Name: DOB: Pursuant to California Code #49423 all medications including over the counter mediation brought to the field trip must be accompanied by a physicians order signed by the Physician and the Parent. These orders must include an administration time and cannot be general in nature. Any failure to comply with this code will result in the sent medication not being administered. Student may carry Epi-Pen and/or Asthma Inhaler with physician and parent authorization. Name of Medicine PRN Medications Symptoms Frequency Indications for Medical Evaluation Method of Administration: Date to be Discontinued Medication prescribed for which health condition: Time(s) to be taken: Dosage: Precaution Possible reactions: Physician s Telephone Number Name of Physician (Please Print) Physician s Signature Date MEDICATION ORDER TO BE COMPLETED BY THE PHYSICIAN Student s Name: DOB: Pursuant to California Code #49423 all medications including over the counter mediation brought to the field trip must be accompanied by a physicians order signed by the Physician and the Parent. These orders must include an administration time and cannot be general in nature. Any failure to comply with this code will result in the sent medication not being administered. Student may carry Epi-Pen and/or Asthma Inhaler with written physician and parent authorization. Name of Medicine PRN Medications Symptoms Frequency Indications for Medical Evaluation Method of Administration: Date to be Discontinued Medication prescribed for which health condition: Time(s) to be taken: Dosage: Precaution Possible reactions: Physician s Telephone Number Name of Physician (Please Print) Physician s Signature Date Field Trip Consent Form 09/10 2

15 HOLD HARMLESS AND WAIVER PARENTS/GUARDIANS PICKING UP AND TRANSPORTING THEIR OWN CHILD FROM FIELD TRIP June 19, 20, 21, 2017 Student s Name Date of field trip School Name Field trip location Frank Augustus Miller Middle School Parent/Guardian Name Relationship to student The parent/guardian of the student named above has elected to pick up and transport his/her own child from a districtsponsored field trip, although transportation is provided by Riverside Unified School District to and from this event. By electing to pick up and provide alternate transportation, the parent/guardian agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Riverside Unified School District, the Board of Trustees, the individual members thereof, and all District officers, staff, agents, employees and volunteers from any and all loss, costs, and expense including legal fees, or other obligations or claims, arising directly or indirectly out of any liability or claim of loss or liability for personal injury, bodily injury to persons, contractual liability, and damage to property, or any other loss, damage, injury or other claim of any kind or nature, arising out of the parent/guardian s decision to pick up and provide alternate transportation for his/her child from the District-sponsored field trip. Signature of Parent or Legal Guardian Date Signed Print Name of Parent or Legal Guardian Signature of Witness Date Signed Print Name of Witness Field Trip Consent Form 09/10 3

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