The White Mail BoxThe White Mailbox is your friend. The White Mailbox will keep you out of trouble. You will often hear your directors tell you to "Put it in the White Mailbox". The White Mailbox is in the large band room near the door to the directors' office.  It's the one that's painted white.  Here is why the White Mailbox is your friend.


The Directors are Busy!

The directors are very busy people. If you doubt that, peek into the window at their desks. You'll see lots of paper, boxes, instruments in various states of repair, miscellaneous parts and a variety of items that may or may not be easily identifiable.  If you happen to catch your directors at their desks, it's likely there are three people talking to them at once while they are typing up an e-mail, talking on the phone and gathering up their supplies as they head out the door for their next rehearsal.  Amid all this chaos, it is VERY easy for a permission slip or a note from mom to get buried, misfiled or lost.  Your safest bet is to put your notes or other important materials in the White Mailbox.


What Should Go in the White Mailbox? 

Unless told otherwise, pretty much everything that needs to go to your directors or the Boosters should go into the White Mailbox. Here is a partial list of things that qualify:


What Should Not Go into the White Mailbox?

Is there anything that should not go into the White Mailbox?  You bet.  Here is a partial list:


How Do I Use the White Mailbox?

You just pull on the handle inside the hood at the top, pull and put in your paperwork.  But that's not what we're really taking about here.  There is a right way and a wrong way to put materials into the White Mailbox.  Here is the best way to make sure your paperwork gets to the right place and in good condition:


Your friend, the White Mailbox, is eagerly awaiting your paperwork.