When Mr. Rioux called me asking if I would be interested in being choir manager for my chorus class, I’m not gonna lie, I was fairly apprehensive at first.
The job outline seems fairly simple and in essence, it is. You have to do attendance every morning, help assign choir robes, give students music and announce songs at the choir concerts.
But think about that.
You have to remember 90 names, and assign 90 robes without having to mess up. You have to make sure every kid has their music and you have to go out in front of a couple hundred people at the concerts, with friends and family in attendance and announce the songs.
Sometimes it's a bit nerve wracking.
But I was more than glad to step up and do my part and help. While it took a bit to find my footing, it is rewarding to help out and make sure that the choir can run as smoothly as possible.
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