Hemsworth-tuxedoLast chance to return tuxedos!

If you rented a tuxedo from Elite, you may bring all 5 pieces (jacket, pants, white shirt, tie and cummerbund) – inside the garment bag – to the Band Room before the end of the school day on THURSDAY, JUNE 1st.

A volunteer will pick up the tuxedos and drive them to Elite Tuxedo in Westwood.

If you do not return your rental tuxedo to Samohi by Thursday, you must return your tuxedo to Elite Tuxedo at 2074 Westwood Blvd in Westwood, (310) 474-9090.

Here is the message from Elite Tuxedo:

As a courtesy we will allow until close of business 8PM Friday June 2nd for return to store without any late fee charge. After that there would be a minimum of $25 late fee for the first week.

Once again, TO AVOID FEES: bring your tuxedo to the Samohi Band Room by 3pm on Thursday, or bring it directly to Elite Tuxedo by 8pm on Friday!


If you are performing with the Samohi Orchestras at the graduation ceremony on June 8th:  The Orchestras request that gentlemen wear black slacks with a white shirt, a tie, and black socks with dress shoes. Ladies should wear concert black attire.

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If you borrowed a Concert Black Gown from the Samohi Bands,

You may KEEP it until you leave the Band program!
We hope this saves you the work of hemming the dress every year.
If this is your last year in Concert Band, please bring your borrowed dress to school by Tuesday, May 30th.
Hang your dress on the rack in the Band Room.
We also accept donations of gently used dresses in the 4 approved Samohi Concert Band styles.

Shiny Dinkle.jpgIf you borrowed “Dinkles” marching shoes,

please bring them to school on Tuesday, May 30th. There will be plastic bins in the Band Room for you to return your shoes.

Please do not keep Dinkles over the summer. They are like textbooks:  we take inventory every summer, so that we can prepare for the new season.
We also accept donations of gently used Dinkles from Seniors who bought marching shoes.

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