This guide will help get you familiar with the Booster Organization and the happenings of the band.
You are now as much a part of the band as your student. Enjoy every experience!

Edmond North Band Boosters
The Edmond North Band Booster (ENBB) organization is a cooperative effort of parents, alumni,
volunteers and the Band Directors. The boosters assist in many aspects of the band program.
Parents are highly encouraged to attend the booster meetings, volunteer, and be part of their child's
band experience. It is encouraged to attend these meetings towards the spring of your child's 8th grade

The Edmond North Husky Band website is This site should be visited often.
This is one of the best ways to stay up to date with what is happening with the band and to obtain
detailed information.

The band calendar is available on our website.

Approximate Costs
Band Activity Costs (B.A.C.)
Each year a band and color guard fee schedule will be provided. These amounts vary from year to year. Fees
are broken down into several payments to make it easier on the parents.
Each student is required to pay an annual activity cost (Approximately $300). The first half of that
cost is due prior to band camp in August and the second half of that cost is due by September 1st.
The B.A.C.covers the cost of band camp, meals before games and at contests, contest fees for the
competitive marching program and many other band program needs.

For Percussion members, there is a $75 instrument fee which covers the cost of maintenance and
upkeep on the various percussion equipment.

Marching Uniform accessories are approximately $75 and
Concert Season attire is also
approximately $75.
Color Guard Fees vary.

Optional Costs
There is a yearly band trip TBA where the cost is divided into monthly payments.  Other optional
items include T-shirts, sweatpants, sweatshirt, duffel bag, photos, DVDs, program salutes, and the
annual Band Banquet.

Fundraising Opportunites
Parents have options available to raise money for their child's band costs. Parents have the opportunity
to work the concession stands at the Ford and Cox Centers.  There are also many fundraisers
throughout the year where profits go toward the individual students' band account.
These funds may be rolled forward to upcoming seasons, or spread between siblings in the program.
Students in music programs scored 107 points
higher on the SAT's than students with no

  • The US Department of Education data on
    more than 25,000 secondary school
    students found that students who report
    consistent high levels of involvement in
    instrumental music over the middle and
    high school years show "significantly higher
    levels of mathematics proficiency by grade

1,200 children in 50 that schools students involved
in the music program were better at languages,
learned to read more easily, showed an improved
social climate, showed more enjoyment in school,
and had a lower level of stress than non-music

Over 100 new friends in a new
place and these friendships are
known to last a lifetime!