(Week One - Monday thru Friday) 

Spirit Day Themes(Optional...but oh so fun!)

(Week Two - Monday thru Friday)

Parent Performance (Tuesday Night Rehearsal - Day Before School)

Band Time:  The report location for much of Band & Guard Camp will be the marching (football) field, located across the campus from the band and orchestra rooms.  It is suggested that the student arrive on campus 15-20 minutes earlier than posted report times, which is known as "Band Time".


RBHS Performing Arts Wing/Marching (Football) Field

Food & Drink




What to Bring


Getting There

Get acquainted with band parents that live in your area.  Arranging carpools cuts down on number of pick-ups/delivery for everyone and saves on gas, wear and tear on car/parent.



Park in the RBHS parking lot.  You can drop students off in the circle in front of the Performing Arts Center, but do not park there.


Can My Student Drive His/Herself?   

Yes, if your student is a licensed driver and has parent permission.


Can I Watch?    

Parents are always welcome to observe band practices in the stadium. During band camp you may not be interested in staying the entire time, but you are welcome watch for a while after dropping-off your child or come a little early for pick-up.  


What do I need to know as a parent?      

These two weeks are all about building a solid marching foundation for the season.  Call it “music intensive” or “music boot-camp,” but these weeks are a cornerstone of one of the best high school music programs anywhere. If you regularly come to band practices you will be amazed at the progress our students make as the season proceeds. 

Volunteer Opportunities         

Volunteers are always needed. Ask a Band Booster board member or committee chair how you can help for a single day or multiple activities throughout the band season.