As we start back to school and the marching season, a quick reminder of the Band Uniform Rules.  Have a great season everyone!

Enfield High School Marching Eagles Band Uniform Rules!

 1)   Black Shoes and Black Socks!  No sneakers or non-bando shoes!

 2)   Jewelry is limited to small studs.  No watches or cell phones on the field.  No colored fingernail polish.  Light make-up only.                                                            Hair stays up off the shoulders of the uniform.

 3)   No P.D.A. (Public Display of Affection)

 4)   Uniform parts never leave the school or school sponsored events, unless given permission.  You uniform gets returned to the Uniform Rack with                          the appropriate hanger and garment bag,    folded neatly and organized in the proper location!

 5)   Wear your EHS Band T-Shirt underneath your uniform.

 6)   When you appear in public with your full uniform it is always zipped and presentable just as if you were performing!

 7)   Do not switch any parts of your uniform with anyone else.  If you are having issues see Mr. Reppucci, Mr. Ovsiew or a Uniform Band Parent for assistance.

 8)   There is No Eating or Drinking in full uniform! (The exception is water or health emergency).

 9)   If you lose it or abuse it you own it.  (Your uniform and/or the consequences).

10) No sunglasses when performing (unless it is part of the written visual effect).  Please no jeans or pants underneath your bib pants.                                               If it is cold use thermal long johns.


homepageEIMA supports ALL of the students groups with the Enfield Instrumental Music Program including the Color Guard, Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble and Combos, Marching Band and String Orchestra.

The Association is organized exclusively for educational and charitable purposes under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or corresponding section of any future federal code to:

  • Provide administrative, financial and logistical support for the Enfield High School Instrumental Music Department
  • Promote and foster communication of the activities and interests of the Enfield High School Instrumental Music Department
  • Support and encourage music education within Enfield High School and the community in which it resides
  • Encourage financial support of the Enfield High School Instrumental Department through contributions to the Association

The Association shall be non-commercial, non-sectarian and non-partisan.  As a result, fundraising in support of the instrumental music program is a very important element of EIMA. The funds received are used directly and indirectly to benefit the students. We encourage each member of EIMA – both parents and students – to actively participate in the fundraising process.  The fund received are used directly and indirectly to benefit the students in the following manner:  reduce the bi-annual trip cost, scholarships for seniors and underclassmen, Tri-M Music Honor Society, drill staff, uniforms, purchase of music, drill writing, percussion instructor, guest artists, new school instruments, maintenance of the older school instruments, equipment, supplies transportation, newsletter, support staff and support of town string festival.

 

Enfield Instrumental Music Association

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Mark Reppucci, Director

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Aaron Ovsiew, Orchestra Director, Assistant Band Director

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