Archive - Jul 25, 2013 - News Article
Big Spring Symphony has been making beautiful music for more than three decades and the tradition continues with a new season starting in September.
â€śWe Like the Big Symphonyâ€ť is the theme for the series, which opens Sept. 21.
The symphony, which varies between 50 and 60 players and includes a chorus depending on the program, offers four subscription concerts each year, as well as performing during the Pops in the Park patriotic music and fireworks extravaganza on July 3 at the Comanche Trail Park Amphitheater.
Dr. Keith Graumann is artistic director and conductor for the symphony.
2 boxes Crayola brand primary crayons
1 box Crayola washable markers
1 pair Fiskars brand blunt tip scissors
6 glue sticks
1 package construction paper
Kinder-Mat and towel (for nap)
3 boxes Kleenex
1 package of baby wipes (refills)
Backpack (regular size)
Cheap paper plates (not styrofoam)
Boys â€” gallon-sized inexpensive, sealable baggies
Girls â€” quart-sized inexpensive, sealable baggies
Backpack (no wheels or rollers)
2 boxes 24-count Crayola crayons
1 12-count package of No. 2 yellow pencils (plain only)
2 large pink erasers
FORSAN â€” The first day of classes is still more than a month away, but officials at Forsan Independent School District are gearing up for a new school year.
New student registration has begun at Elbow Elementary and will continue through the first day of school Aug. 26.
Parents of elementary (grades pre-kindergarten through 5) students new to FISD will need to bring the following information to the campus, located at 5001 Nichols Road, when they register their children:
â€˘ The child's birth certificate.
â€˘ The child's Social Security card.
â€˘ The child's immunization record.