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    Volume 22, Issue 39 September 28, 2013(262) 238-6397 www.discoverhometown.com

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    The Germantown High School Wall of Sound MarchingBand performs the music of the group Chicago during thethe Marching Band Madness invitational held at DatkaStadium Sept. 21. Germantown has hosted the Marching

    Band Madness competition since 1990. Photo by ThomasJ. McKillen.

    BY THOMAS J. MCKILLEN

    MANAGING EDITOR

    Germantown School District Superintendent Jeff Holmesand School Board President Bob Soderberg touted the dis-trict's recent academic successes while also citing the needto address district facilities issues during the district annualmeeting Sept. 23.

    "It is an honor and a privilege to this community and itsconstituents. I am optimistic that many years of productiveservice will occur and I thank you for the opportunity,"Holmes said.

    The meeting was the first annual meeting inGermantown for Holmes, who started July 1 after previous-

    ly serving as superintendent in the Montello School Districtfor five years.Holmes described a "vision to become the premier dis-

    trict in Wisconsin." As an example, Holmes noted that whenranked with other districts for the recently issued state reportcards, Germantown came in eighth while all district schoolsare in the "exceeds expectations" category on the report,with Rockfield Elementary placing in the "significantlyexceeds expectations" category.

    According to Holmes, the School Board, administrationand staff are working collaboratively to develop the direc-tion for the district.

    "To this point, all indications are that the timing is rightfor Germantown School District to bring everything togeth-

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    visionDistrict leaders describe goals and

    challenges

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    Auditions will be held Monday, Oct. 7(kids ages 7 to 15) Tuesday, Oct. 8 (adultsages 16 and up), in North Middle SchoolAuditorium, N88 W16750 Garfield Drive,Menomonee Falls. Prepare 16 bars of a

    song to sing a cappella or with accompanist(provided). Wear comfortable clothes, andbe prepared to do some improv or readfrom the script as needed. Call-backs will beannounced by the director as needed.Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for registration andauditions begin at 7 p.m.

    Show dates are December 6th at 7 p.m.,Dec. 7th at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., and Dec. 8th

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