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Concert set for Thursday

By MiKayla Massey and Jerick White
Staff Writers

Daniel Webster Broadcasting and Digital Media Magnet High School’s chorus and band will have their annual winter concert at 7 p.m. Thursday. The concert is open to the public.

From the band, there will be different selections of music, fast and slow.

“I’m excited for chorus’ first concert, and showing what they can do,” said chorus teacher Janice Drummond.

Band student Alex Davis said performing makes her feel like she’s good at something.

“You can only play as good as you practice,” she said.

Chorus student Michelle Hollingshead expects a lot of students to attend the concert. She said she feels that there will be “a whole bunch of people” staring at her.

“I hope I don’t make myself look stupid,” she said.

Another Webster band member, Jackson Harrison, said he feels kind of excited about the performance.

He said he does not expect a lot of people besides parents and friends to attend.

Harrison said he likes to perform and be onstage. He used to get nervous, but he doesn’t any more, because he’s used to it now, he said.

He is looking forward to performing well.

“I like being in band. Music is special to me,” Harrison said.


Dance set for Friday

By Dazmine Manns
Staff Writer 

Webster’s basketball season begins Friday. The girls and boys will have their first game against Bartlesville. After the game, there will be a dance in the cafeteria.

Students can purchase a ticket in the Spirit Store or pay at the door. The dance is hosted by the girls’ and boys’ basketball booster club.

The person in charge of the music will be DJ Wynn. The event will include a dance, rapping and singing competition.

Refreshments and snacks will be sold at the dance.

James Asberry, coach of the girls’ basketball team, says he thinks there will be a good turnout and that everyone should come out and support the school.

Chasity Asberry, a junior at Webster, says the last dance turned out better than she expected.

She added that she definitely will be going to this dance.

“Come out and have a good time,” she said.

La’Sha Walker, a freshman and student at Webster, likes the idea of a dance.

“I think it is fun, and it will make kids show more spirit and think more positive of the school they go to,” she said.

The dance starts at 9:30 p.m. and ends at midnight. Tickets cost $5 each. The dance will be held in the cafeteria.