MBOS Championships Gear for 2020!

Please use the form below to order your 2020 MBOS Championships Gear.  All orders will be available for pick-up at the MBOS Gear table during the Championship event on 11/16/19.  Group orders are welcomed.  Orders must be placed by 11/5/19.  Merchandise will be available on the day of the event until sold out. Order online early to ensure your purchase of the 2020 Gear.

 

Pre-Orders have now ended. Please contact bnunez@wgasc.org with questions.

MBOS 2020 CHAMPIONSHIP GEAR NOW AVAILABLE!

Please use the form below to order your 2020 MBOS Championships Gear.  All orders will be available for pick-up at the MBOS Gear table during the Championship event on 11/16/19.  Group orders are welcomed.  Orders must be placed by 11/5/19.  Merchandise will be available on the day of the event until sold out. Order online early to ensure your purchase of the 2020 Gear.

Pre-Orders have now ended. Please contact bnunez@wgasc.org with questions.

 

 

EDUCATION CLINIC 2020 is COMING!

Join us for the 2020 WGASC Education Clinic. This years clinic will offer hands classes and conversations for BOTH instructors and performers.

We are excited to announce that this years KEYNOTE CLINICIANS will be Rosie Miller Queen and Michael James. Don’t miss out on this exciting day of collaboration and community. Location and schedule information will be available soon.  12/14/19

If you are a Director or staff member, register using this form:

WGASC Education Clinic 2020 Director/Instructor Registration Form

2020 Instructor/Director and Student Academy
  • Click the plus button to add additional names
    First NameLast NameEmail Address 
  • Please list ALL Ensemble(s) you are representing. This information will be used to prepare your All Access Passes.

    ONE Ensemble per line. Press the + button to add additional Ensembles.
  • Director/Instructor/Student Workshop and Education Clinic.
  • By signing the form below you acknowledge that: A release of liability and waiver of the right to sue if any loss results from participation in the activity. An express assumption of risk where the participant acknowledges understanding the nature of the activity and the risks involved, and chooses voluntarily to accept those risks. A hold harmless agreement where the participant agrees not to hold the District responsible for any loss that may result from participation in the activity. An indemnification where the participant agrees to pay the District for any losses it may suffer as a result of the participant’s participation in the activity. A medical consent in which the participant agrees to be responsible for his/her own medical expenses that may result.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Students should register using this form:

WGASC Education Clinic 2020 Student Registration Form

2020 Instructor/Director and Student Academy
  • NOT a school email.
  • Director/Instructor/Student Workshop and Education Clinic.
  • Where do you spin? Which HS or Independent group are you a team member?
  • Choose the button that best describes your level on equipment. This is a general question regarding your average skill set and will not impact the level of classes you are able to take.
  • Every participant will participate in a flag Master Class. That will be Equipment Class #1. Class #2 is a class of your choosing. Please select the class/level you would like to take at the clinic. **Available classes will be based on attendance and needs of participants on the day of the event. Invite all your teammates so we can offer as many classes as possible!
  • Click "Yes" to be added to our email list. Don't miss out on updates, giveaways, scholarship information, contest information and more!
  • All students under the age of 18 will need to have a parent sign a release of liability/medical form. This form will be emailed to all student participants one week prior the event. Students without the signed form will not be allowed to participate. By signing the form below you acknowledge that: A release of liability and waiver of the right to sue if any loss results from participation in the activity. An express assumption of risk where the participant acknowledges understanding the nature of the activity and the risks involved, and chooses voluntarily to accept those risks. A hold harmless agreement where the participant agrees not to hold the District responsible for any loss that may result from participation in the activity. An indemnification where the participant agrees to pay the District for any losses it may suffer as a result of the participant’s participation in the activity. A medical consent in which the participant agrees to be responsible for his/her own medical expenses that may result.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Students will need to bring the following form with them at check-in.  NO EXCEPTIONS!

Release-of-liability-2636609

NEW FOR 2020! IMPORTANT PLEASE READ!

Directed by the E-Committee, WGASC created a course that will walk Directors/Support Staff through important information and coming changes.  Prior to a units first check-in, unit representatives will need to complete the following Education Course:  WGASC DIRECTOR/STAFF TRAINING.  You can find the course here.

This course is designed to help the Instructor/Director navigate the WGASC website, explain music licensing requirements and introduce the new check-in/safety procedures for the upcoming 2020 season.  Any persons checking in a unit in will need to complete this course and be prepared to present the Certificate of Completion during check-in at all WGASC events. This includes staff members, parents and school administration/staff.  Students are not allowed to check-in Scholastic Units. The designated “check-in” person will also need to  present emergency cards for each team member/student of the unit being checked in.  These cards can be hard copy or digital file.  Independent Unit staff will need to present the Certificate of Completion and emergency cards for any members under the age of 18.

 
WGASC believes strongly in the safety of all its performing units. With that safely in mind, these new requirements were developed and are now being implemented. Please contact Rhonda with any questions you may have regarding the Education Course,  Check-In Requirements and Music Licensing. 

Thank you for being an amazing contribution to our wonderful activity! #WGASC2020

Director/Staff Training Course

 

 

WGASC HAWAII EXPERIENCE 2020

If you are looking for an exciting event to bring your unit, we have one planned just for you!  Calling all Colorguards, Drumlines, Small Ensembles and Soloists- Now is the time to plan for the event of the year….HAWAII 2020!!

There will be an online informational meeting on October 22nd at 6:30pm.  Please fill out the form below to be attend this informational webinar.  You can click here to read about the event, tour packages, meet the judges and see a breakdown of the tour schedule.

Contact bnunez@wgasc.org for more information.

Hawaii Interest Form 2020

    Please check all that apply

Special Announcement!!! WGASC & ADLA MERGE!

After more than 30 years of WGASC and ADLA producing educational focused events and competitions, we are pleased to announce the joining of these two organizations. For the past decade, ADLA and WGASC have been strategic partners in technology, events and organizational resources. The benefits of the merger will allow an already solid relationship to look to the future and provide even greater opportunities, resources, and coordination of the indoor marching arts in Southern California.
We look forward to combining resources that will allow directors, students and fans the opportunity to have greater exposure, greater experiences, and the best educational opportunities in the region.
“With similar organizational missions, there is already a strong synergy between WGASC & ADLA. I am excited for the future, where working together through shared resources, we can have a more profound and lasting impact in providing education & performance opportunities to the youth involved in both our competitive arts communities.” Melissa Samson, President WGASC.
David Henkel, President of ADLA shared that “We are excited about the merger of our two great organizations into an even greater single organization.  By merging, ADLA and WGASC we can leverage the strengths of both organizations, improve on operational efficiencies, and provide access to performance opportunities and events in more areas throughout the Western United States. It just makes sense for so many reasons.”
We are looking forward to forging the future as one!