FRHS Bands Drum Major & Section Leader Application 2019
Thank you for showing an interest in being a part of the FRHS Student Leadership Team. We believe you will find the application process to be interesting and enriching regardless of the outcome. This application represents a significant departure from the standard way of selecting student leaders. In addition, some leadership positions have been added or deleted to better fit our current organization. If you have any questions about the process or your application, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Muñoz at any time.
Your candidacy will be judged on the following criteria:
1. Past performance
2. Quality of your application
3. Future leadership potential
4. Best fit for the individual and organization

When completing the application, be thorough, complete, creative, and honest. Don’t say what you think we might want to hear. Say what you really think. Leaders are people who can offer something new and different to the organization. This application process is structured so that you will gain insights into yourself as a person, so please be honest and thorough. You need to open up and show the person you truly are, and/or what you aspire to be. Dig deep inside, answer the questions, and complete the service project with the intent of learning something new. Please do not complete this application unless you are prepared to participate in the leadership training process and are committed to the success of this program.

Applications due:
DRUM MAJOR applications must be completed and all elements turned in to the Music Office no later than 3:00pm on Thursday, April 25th.

SECTION LEADER applications must be completed and all elements turned in to the Music Office no later than 3:00pm on Tuesday, April 30th.

Interview, Demonstration, Evaluation Dates:
All positions will require you to participate in interviews, demonstrations, and evaluations.

A DEMONSTRATION/INTERVIEW/EVALUATION signup sheet will be posted on the Music Office Window on Monday, April 22nd.

DRUM MAJOR WORKSHOPS:
Drum Major Audition Workshop - Tuesday, April 23 - 4:30-7:00pm

DRUM MAJOR CONDUCTING DEMONSTRATION:
Drum Major Audition with Wind Symphony (conduct Star Spangled Banner) - Thursday, April 25 - 2:00-2:50pm

DRUM MAJOR DEMONSTRATION/INTERVIEW/EVALUATION:
Drum Major Application DUE - Tuesday, April 23 at 3:00pm
Drum Major Demonstration & Interviews w/ BAND STAFF - Thursday, April 25 - 3:00-4:30pm

SECTION LEADER DEMONSTRATION/INTERVIEW/EVALUATION
Section Leader Application DUE - Tuesday, April 30 at 3:00pm
Section Leader Demonstrations & Interviews w/ BAND STAFF and Drum Majors - Tuesday, April 30 - 3:00-7:00pm

First and Last Name *
Your answer
Instrument *
Your answer
Fall 2019 Grade *
Check the Positions You Are Interested In Applying For:
Drum Major
Section Leader
Leader-In-Training
Captains
1) Complete The Following Element:
Write a RESUME below highlighting your past achievements and leadership skills. Please list ALL Musical and Academic Honors/Accomplishments. *
Your answer
2) Answer The Following Questions:
What are your greatest personal strengths? *
Your answer
How will you use these strengths in the position for which you are applying? *
Your answer
Why do you participate in band? What do you like most? *
Your answer
Share your vision for the FRHS Band program. *
Your answer
If you are not chosen for a position, how can you show leadership? *
Your answer
3) Interview someone on the Fossil Ridge High School Campus (student, faculty, or administrator) and ask him/her for views on leadership.
Answer The Following Questions:
Who did you speak with? *
Your answer
What did you learn from your conversation? *
Your answer
How were their views different from yours? *
Your answer
4) Creating and maintaining an activity is a constant challenge. As a leader, you are responsible for having a direct impact on the quality of the organization. In the section below, please list the names and email addresses of people whom you have personally spoken with that might be interested in joining our organization.
THE WORK YOU PUT IN WILL SHOW A GREAT DEAL ABOUT YOUR COMMITMENT TO THE ENTIRE ORGANIZATION!
*
Your answer
5) Obtain TWO teacher recommendations. Provide teachers with the following form to complete: https://forms.gle/nuWfJRPZFeEwgZtW9
Teacher Recommendation Forms must be submitted Monday, April 29th by 3pm.
Provide the names of the teachers you shared the Teacher Recommendation Form with.
Your answer
6) COLOR GUARD ONLY
Submit to the Color Guard Google Classroom a 30-40 second choreographed routine. Song choice (school appropriate) is up to you. Dance, flag and rifle can be included. Video is due Monday, April 29th by 3pm. (https://classroom.google.com/c/MTQ2NzkxNjk0Nzla/a/MzQ4OTg0MDM3Mzla/details)
7) Complete The Following Project:
Complete a small service project for the Fossil Ridge HS Band. The scope and duration of the project are at your discretion. You may choose something that you think needs to be done, or you may ask the director for an idea. If you have any questions about the validity of your chosen project, see Mrs. Muñoz before beginning.
Have you completed your Small Service Project? *
Please describe your Small Service Project?
Your answer
Read the following statement and sign at the bottom of this page.
Please understand that if chosen, you will be held to a higher standard of behavior, performance, and work ethic than your peers. You must be willing to make that sacrifice so that others around you may succeed.

By signing below, you are agreeing that you will be asked to take on additional responsibility during the 2019 marching season and you are willing to make this commitment. Serving in this capacity will not only provide others with a better experience, but will provide you with a tremendous growth opportunity that will serve you for years to come.

Parent/Guardian and Student Electronic Signature (first and last name): *

Student Signature *
Your answer
Parent/Guardian Signature *
Your answer
“Many young people see a leadership position as a chance to be in charge, to tell others what to do, to delegate work, and to put themselves in a posture of authority. Nothing could be further from the truth. The essence of a effective leader lies in the student's ability to serve others, to create success for the people in the organization. It is the opportunity to give, to contribute, to roll up one's sleeves and begin moving in a positive direction. Whether it is straightening the chairs, putting the stands away, creating a colorful bulletin board, or working with someone on a musical passage, the leader is the person who does: “What needs to be done, when it needs to be done, whether he/she wants to do it or not, without asking anyone.”
Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser
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