The Chester County Hospital sent out a message recently that they could use donations of several items, including gloves and sanitizing materials. If you’ve ever volunteered in the Downingtown High School Concession Stands, you know the Music Parents Association is very serious about keeping things safe and sanitary. For that reason, we have supplies on hand and thought we could donate to the hospital our unopened gloves, sanitizers and bleach. Even though these are food-service gloves (not for surgical use), they are perfect for the others in this time of such short supply. In fact, volunteers were wearing them to remove donations from the car! From one volunteer group to another, Downingtown High School Music Parents Association is happy to help others in our community.
The MPA Scholarship and the Lewis-Smith Scholarship are now available to students. For the MPA Scholarship, you must be a senior student enrolled at a Downingtown High School who is participating in a Downingtown High School Music Program and is in good standing. For the Lewis-Smith … [Read More...]
Downingtown East had a clean sweep at the Region Choir Festival. All three East representative students, Lily Congdon, Jackson McGovern, and Peter Stauffer were selected to the PMEA All-State Choir. They will join up with other gifted singers from across the state to perform a concert Saturday, … [Read More...]
Downingtown will host a Mid Atlantic Percussion Society (MAPS) home show at Downingtown East High School on Saturday, February 29, 2020, from 3:00-7:30 PM. To make the event a success, we are in need of volunteers for the event as well as donations for Hospitality. Please click on … [Read More...]
The Downingtown East Chapter of the Tri-M Music Honor society hosted an open mic night event on Friday, February 7, that raised $776 for the Music Parents Association. Audience members voted for their favorite musical acts and winners were awarded prize baskets from our sponsors, Chick-fil-A and … [Read More...]