Different Ability Awareness Night
Wednesday April 29th 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Board of Education Meeting
Wednesday May 6th 7pm
Fri May 8th & Sat May 9th
In Memory of Scott Foster
Saturday May 9th 10am - 4pm
St. John the Baptist
33 Railroad Ave, Center Moriches
Click here for details
The Little Mermaid Jr.
Thu May 14th & Fri May 15th
ESMCA General Meeting
Monday May 18th 7pm
BOE Room at Jr/Sr. HS
ESM Theatre Department Showcase
Thursday May 21st 7pm
Black Box Theatre, Jr/Sr. HS
ESM Film Festival
Friday May 29th 7pm
High School Theatre
5th Annual Golf Outing
Monday September 28th
Rock Hill Golf & Country Club
Check back soon for details!
For details on more events happening at Eastport South Manor School visit
Join the Junior High Drama Club!
The Junior High Theatre Experience, or Junior High Drama Club, takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays, right after school. The room number is 1549. Ms. Dreery is the director for this club.
Annie Jr. Fundraisers!
Dayton Avenue School is sponsoring two fundraisers to help offset the costs of props and costumes for their upcoming production of Annie, Jr.
Click here for "Paint Night" details on
Wednesday, April 29th at JC's Restaurant
Click here for Eastend Shop Girl fundraiser details. Just visit www.eastendshopgirl.com, place your order using code ANNIE and 20% of the sales will be awarded..all from the comfort of your own home!!!!
Attention Annie, Jr. families:
Be on the lookout for your flower order form in your child's backpack. Make sure you get your order in timely so that your flowers are all ready to be picked up the night of the show!
Click here to view and print the flower order form.
ESM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Earn $250 for next year’s theatre production at
YOUR SCHOOL to be used for props and costumes!
Must sell 300 tickets by this year’s show date!!
That’s about 5 tickets per student. Click here for ticket form.
Please hand in your completed ticket sheet to your Raffle ticket coordinator.
*Make sure to include your name, school and grade on your ticket sheet so you and your school get credit!
Raffle tickets will be scanned and emailed to ticket holder.
Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to purchase a golf ball drop raffle ticket through Paypal, click here
Golf balls will be dropped from a helicopter onto the driving range.
Prizes will be awarded to the first 3 balls that fall in the hole or are closest to the pin.
1st Prize: $4,000
2nd Prize: $1,000
3rd Prize: $500
Only 1,000 tickets will be sold
Drawing Date: Monday, September 28, 2015 @ 6pm
Rock Hill Golf and Country Club
Do not need to be present to win
Golf Ball Drop Rules
ESM Community for the Arts & Dance Centre of the Hamptons Scholarship
If you are a graduating senior
and have participated in Theater, Stagecraft, Music or Art
ESMCA's 2015 Scholarship
Applications are in your senior packet or you can CLICK HERE for the scholarship application
Deadline to apply: May 1, 2015
The PART ESM Theater Student Scholarship
The Poowabah Alumni Resources Troop (The PART) was established by ESM theatre alumni to support the efforts and aspirations of theatre students at the high school level and beyond. The PART awards one or more scholarships every year to ESM theatre students who demonstrate outstanding talent, dedication, drive, leadership, a “spirit of ensemble”, and professionalism in the theatre arts. In addition, applicants must intend to pursue theatre after graduation.
Click here for the PART's scholarship application form
There are only 3 colors, 10 digits, and 7 notes;
it's what we do with them that's important
- Jim Rohn
Keeping the Arts alive!
20 Important Benefits of Music In Our Schools
Nearly everyone enjoys music, whether by listening to it, singing, or playing an instrument. But despite this almost universal interest, many schools are having to do away with their music education programs. This is a mistake, with schools losing not only an enjoyable subject, but a subject that can enrich students’ lives and education. Click here to read on to learn why music education is so important, and how it offers benefits even beyond itself.
Musician Composes Pi Song on Piano
In order to help himself remember the digits of pi, David Macdonald decided to turn
each digit into a note on the A minor scale to play on the piano. He claims that now
he can hear the melody in his head, which allows him to recall the numbers in order.
He included a harmony with his left hand in order to round out the melody a bit.
During the video, fun facts about pi are shown in the corner as he plays the song.
Why Creativity Matters More than Passion for Entrepreneurs
Is theater the ultimate brain fitness product?
Hey, Stars, Be Nice to the Stagehands. You Might Need a Loan. - NY Times
In Defense of the Arts - The George Center for Music Therapy, Inc.
Is Music the Key to Success? - NY Times
Are our brains hardwired for music? - post-gazette.com
The Private Sector's Secret Weapon - Huffington Post
Russell Simmons' Art for Life - Huffington Post
Top 10 skills children learn from the Arts - The Washington Post
Why using improvisation to teach business skills is no joke - CNN.com
Theatre Brings New Perspective to Global Health Issues - HuffingtonPost.com
Theater Education Programs Are In Demand for Workforce Creativity:
Click here for article in the Huffington Post
The President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities (PCAH) report on Reinvesting in Arts Education: Winning America's Future Through Creative Schools:
Click here for a summary of the report
Click here for the detailed resource report
For the ESM Jr/Sr High School Fine Arts courses and news, please visit the ESM Fine Arts Website
For ESM school news and events, please visit the school website at www.esmonline.org