FAQ Rehearsal Information
Welcome to the Green Bay Boy & Girl Youth Choirs of St. Norbert College! Below are some things you need to know to help make rehearsals run smoothly!
WHERE ARE REHEARSALS?
Rehearsals will take place at the Abbot Pennings Hall of Fine Arts on the St. Norbert Campus. The address is 315 3rd St, De Pere, 54115. This is building #20 on the campus map:
WHAT TIME ARE REHEARSALS?
Elementary Choir: 3:00 - 4:25
MIddle Choir: 4:30 - 5:55
Advanced Choir: 6:00 - 7:30
*Sunday, November 18th-Elementary Choir rehearsal time will be from 3:30 - 5:00 pm
*Sunday, December 3rd-All choirs dress rehearsal 4:00 - 6:30 pm
WHAT IF I HAVE TO MISS REHEARSAL?
If you need to miss rehearsal, please email Noah Jenquin at email@example.com or text 920-413-8060.
DROP OFF/CHECKING IN/PICK UP
If you are dropping your child off, we will have a volunteer outside the Abbot Pennings Hall of Fine Arts. There is a loading zone directly in front of the building on 3rd St. they can be dropped off at. You can pick them up where you dropped them off. Please have a pick-up plan with your child so there is no confusion.
If parents are planning on waiting on campus, or if you are old enough to drive yourself to rehearsals etc, there are a couple of options for parking. P11, P14 and P15 on the map are available for parking during rehearsals. You can also take advantage of waiting at the Mulva Library (#29 on map), which has a coffee shop and parking right by it (P4 on map).
WHAT TO BRING
If students are bringing their music home, make sure to not forget it each week! Please bring bottled water along and a small snack (if needed).
COFFEE & WiFi
Building #29, conveniently located across the street from the Music Building, is the St. Norbert Library. It has a very nice coffee shop, WiFi, and is open to all! Other amenities are available on campus. There are also lots of places right in downtown De Pere for food, coffee or shopping.
The emergency number for Sundays is 920-403-3299. This is the number for Campus Safety. This is the quickest way to find or communicate with your child (if you cannot get in direct contact for some reason).