Proctor HS Music Needs Your Vote

Proctor High School Music Department has been accepted in the GLEE "Give a Note" campaign to help save our school music and arts programs. Principal Steve Falchi submitted the video, Mr. Gary Acey recorded and edited the video, and the music students wrote and starred in the video. The students had to sign a release form in order for the video to be accepted.
Over 300 schools nationwide are vying for $1-million in grant money. You can view Proctor’s video at www.GleeGiveANote.org by typing in the “ENTER SCHOOL NAME” Thomas R Proctor High School
Schools that receive the most votes will advance to a final selection round where the winners will be chosen by the National Association for Music Education. Three schools will each be awarded grand prizes of $50,000. Ten will receive first prizes valued at $25,000 each, and 60 more schools will each get second prizes worth $10,000.
We need everyone to vote everyday through November 8, 2011 at midnight. Winners will be announced in December.

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Donald Smith says ... on Sunday, Nov 6 at 8:39 PM

I watched your program on Channel 3 on Saturday, 11/5/2011. Your "music" was a stench in the ear. Why not play something the public would enjoy? You seem to be trying to impress other music teachers; you should try to impress parents!

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