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The Justin Jaguar Choir is made up of highly-spirited 4th and 5th grade students from Justin Elementary.   They rehearse after school, on Mondays from 2:55-3:55, and sing at several events during the school year, including a Christmas Concert, the lighting of the Justin town Christmas Tree, and the annual Spring Concert.  In addition, the Jaguar Choir enjoys an annual award event at the end of the year to celebrate our accomplishments.
Singing in the Jaguar Choir requires extra dedication but bring so much fun and musical growth!  Contact Mr. LeDoux, director, for details on becoming a part of this fantastic group!
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First choir rehearsal for 2015-16 is Monday Sept. 14, from 2:55-3:55
Enrollment will be held open through September 28.
Rehearsals are held every Monday from 2:55 until 3:55 in the Music Room.  Students should be picked up at 4:00 in the front drive unless other arrangements are made.  All rehearsals are necessary and important.  Please do not schedule medical appointments that conflict with choir rehearsals.  All absences hurt the group's progress and diminish the child's confidence and enjoyment. Commitment is expected from group members and parents.
Fall 2015 Rehearsal dates:

Sep 14, 21, 28

Oct 5, 19, 26

Nov 2, 9, 16, 30

Dec 7

2 Fall Performances: 
Sat, Dec 5- Suggested performance: "Justin Town Tree Lighting" 6 pm at Justin City Hall (informal)
Tues, Dec 8-  Main Concert: "Supper With Santa" 6 pm at Northwest High School Student Union


Spring 2016 Rehearsal dates: 
Jan 11, 25

Feb 1, 8, 22, 29

Mar 7, 21  

Spring Concert:
Tues, Mar 22- Main Concert: 6 pm in Justin Cafeteria
Reward Pizza and Game Party:
Monday, March 28 from 2:45-4:30 in the Justin Music Room and Gym
September 15 choir rehearsal  

Please contact me for help in answering any questions.
Milton LeDoux