TRIPS & TRAVEL
Throughout the academic year, students in the Pleasanton Middle School music program have the opportunity to travel and perform at various locations off the school campus. Notable offsite performances include local destinations, like Amador or Foothill high schools, and amusement parks, such as Great America or Disneyland. Information for all offsite travel and performances can be found below.
March 26 -29, 2024
Symphonic Band, Choir, String Orchestra and Jazz
Soundtrack Sessions for Band, Choir and Orchestra
Jazz Band Performance
3 Night Stay in Embassy Suites
Two day Park-Hopper Tickets to Disneyland
Cost per student: $800 (125 students)
Cost per chaperone: $400 (14 chaperones)
Future Fund is up and running with our Disney Campaign. You are welcome to pay in full or with installments. Please look for the PMS Music Disney Trip when donating online.
Checks made out to PMS Music Boosters will also be accepted.
Please have the first donation turned in by November 2nd. Thank you to all who have already completed this!
You have the option to purchase travel insurance in case you have a last minute cancellation! Please read the attachments for more information.
Student Basic CFAR
CFAR Travel Insurance
Donations and trip/travel contributions can also be made via check. Just send a check to school with your child and they can put it in the secure drop box in the band room. Make sure to put your child's name on the memo line. Checks should be made out to "PMS Music Boosters."
The following forms will be given to students in class and must be completed and returned in order to participate in the trip. Most of these forms can also be completed digitally and printed.
The District's programs and activities shall provide equal access to and shall not unlawfully discriminate based on actual race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics and against students who are members of special populations. Special populations include, but are not limited to, students with disabilities; students from economically disadvantaged families, including foster youth; students preparing for nontraditional fields; single parents and single pregnant females; displaced homemakers; and students with limited English proficiency. (20 USC 2302, 2354, 2373)