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Coral Springs Middle School celebrates $90K band room

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Coral Springs, Florida – A brand-new, top-notch suite of rooms was given to the Coral Springs Middle School band program to support its expanding and successful program.

This comprises three ensemble rooms, five practice rooms, and a sizable space big enough for entire bands to rehearse in. All of the rooms are carpeted and have brand-new furniture in them.

Keyla Concepción, a representative for Broward County Public Schools, stated that the project cost of the band suite was $90,739.03.

“We had been practicing in the media center, and now we can practice in a high-quality band room,” said band director Alexander Arcia.

There is plenty to be happy about for the Coral Springs Middle School band program. In a recent evaluation of music performance, the wind ensemble received flawless outstanding marks. The symphonic band took part, although they were not given a formal assessment. Thirteen students obtained outstanding evaluations, and 57 students received superior ratings out of the 75 pupils that took part in a solo assessment.

“Our band has done well, and we have gained support from the parents. We hope to have roughly 200 kids next year, up from our current enrollment of about 140,” he stated.

A few of the top eighth graders are excited to join the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Eagle Regiment because they have fond recollections of their time there.

Percussionist Charlize Deidrick expressed her enjoyment of playing at Universal Studios. “It was fun to march in the parade, and I have made a lot of friends in the band,” she remarked.

Percussionist Benjamin Kopet commented, “It’s fun to be in the band.” Being in the band requires expertise and work, but I’ve met friends,” he remarked.

Percussionist Tatiana Hand, who was invited as an eighth grader to join the Eagle Regiment, expressed her enjoyment of being in the band. She now gets to participate in football games and contests thanks to it.

Euphonium player Reece Fenick is excited to be a part of the Eagle Regiment. Being in the band is a lot of fun.

Jill Slesinki, the principal, opens the newly constructed band room.

Percussionist Charlize Deidrick expressed her enjoyment of playing at Universal Studios. “It was fun to march in the parade, and I have made a lot of friends in the band,” she remarked.

Percussionist Benjamin Kopet commented, “It’s fun to be in the band.” Being in the band requires expertise and work, but I’ve met friends,” he remarked.

Percussionist Tatiana Hand, who was invited as an eighth grader to join the Eagle Regiment, expressed her enjoyment of being in the band. She may now participate in football tournaments and contests thanks to it.

Euphonium player Reece Fenick is excited to be a part of the Eagle Regiment. Being in the band is a lot of fun.

 

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