What is a Madrigal Feast you ask?! Well, a Madrigal dinner is a Renaissance themed dinner theater of sorts, much like Medieval Times, but with less jousting and more music. Our Madrigal Dinner is a collaborative work between the Richland Northeast HS and E. L. Wright MS fine arts departments. The event is full catered by Little Pigs and served by the RNE culinary department! During dinner guests get to enjoy medieval themed music, multilingual stories, courtly dances, and even a sword fight and a joust or two all while surrounded by student artwork! If you would like to see a sneak peek of a past performance CLICK HERE (it’s being updated)!
The 2018 Madrigal Dinner is Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 6:30pm.
Tickets are on sale now through November 12th. Every person must have a ticket to attend, tickets are NOT sold at the door! Tickets are limited for this one night event so get yours early!
Student Tickets are $10
Regular Tickets are $15
Regular Tickets with the option of reserving your seat in the cafeteria are $20. ***Make reservations with Gibbs
“Lap” Children 3 years and under are free
Purchasing a ticket:
Tickets can be purchased from me (Gibbs 703) or Mrs. Lola in the bookkeeping office.
When you purchase madrigaltickets, you must fill out an order form. Order forms available from Mrs. Gibbs, Mrs. Rabon (the bookkeeper) or can be found at this link.
Tickets must be paid in full at time of purchase; we do NOT reserve tickets.
Do you have a 7th or 8th Grade Student interested in playing a Spring Sport? Tryouts for Spring Sports are just around the corner. (Most tryouts will begin Jan. 28th) If your child is interested in track, baseball, softball, or lacrosse please visit your zoned High School’s web page for tryout and Coach’s information. If your child is interested in playing Soccer at E. L. Wright please have them see Coach Pillow (Room 315) or Coach Villegas (Room 207). Students interested in trying out must have a completed tryout packet with a signed physical from a Doctor in order to participate. You can find the tryout packets at the following link: https://www.richland2.org/Departments/Administrative-Services/Athletics-Forms or see Ms. Willingham for a paper copy.
Mr. Blake Bare, a social studies teacher at E.L. Wright, was awarded the VFW’s National Citizenship Education Teacher Post Recognition Award. This annual award was presented to Mr. Bare from the local post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and recognized Mr. Bare for citizenship education in the classroom and at the school. Additionally, Mr. Bare is the winner on the district level! Congratulations, Mr. Bare!
E. L. Wright Middle School would like to invite parents and community members to our Showcase of Learning and our Magnet Information Night on January 17th from 6:30-7:45. Feel free to visit our classrooms or attend information sessions concerning our IB and L.A.W Magnet programs. Please see the invitation below for more information: