February 3, 2011 by USA Post
ALVIN ISD: all after school activities canceled Thursday
AMIGOS POR VIDA Charter School: Early dismissal today at 1:30 p.m.
Closed Thursday and Friday: Anahuac ISD
Angleton ISD: Early dismissal, two hours earlier today. All after school activities canceled.
BARBERS HILL ISD closed Thursday morning, high school students -11:30 pm, elementary school students – 12:30
School Bay CHRISTIAN ZONE: closing at 12:20 PM; For February 3, no more after-school care
BAYSHORE ELEMENTARY: Closing at 1:10 PMBoling DSI: The early release at noon at all campuses. From 10 pm Friday.
Brazos ISD: Closed Friday, February 4 only.
CROSBY ISD high schools and colleges close to 11:30 Thurs; campus remains at 12:30
Dallas Theological Seminary: Classes canceled Thursday
Eagle Heights Christian Academy: No custody after school on Thursday, February 3rd
East Chambers ISD: Early release 14:00 Thursday Friendswood ISD: All campuses to dismiss one hour early on Thursday, the buses run one hour earlier
Galveston ISD: Elementary schools in @ 1:15. Secondary schools to @ 2:00. Middle schools on @ 14:15. Closed Friday.
Goose Creek CISD: Closing two hours earlier. All after school activities canceled Thursday.
Closing at 2:00 p.m.: HEIGHT Learning Academy HOUSTON INC.
Humble ISD: all after school activities canceled today.
Emmanuel Lutheran School: Closing at 11:30 am, Thursday, Friday No school n school day care after the game. Or Fri
LA PORTE ISD student to be released two hours earlier today. All activities canceled.
LAMAR CISD: Thursday early dismissal. NO ACTIVE AFTERSCHOOL
Spring Branch ISD: no extra-curricular activities Thursday
St. Stephen’s Episcopal School: Dismissal at noon on Thursday and Friday, no school
Stafford MSD: All schools dismiss following the early dismissal schedule; all extracurricular activities for Thursday and before school for Friday are canceled
SUGARGROVE Christian School: Thursday, early dismissal at 2:00 p.m., after school care canceled
MANAGEMENT SCHOOL: 2:00 p.m. Closed on n evening activitiesThe Rhodes School: closed Thursday
Trinity Lutheran School: closing the downtown Trinity Lutheran at 13 is Thursday
WESTMINSTER Christian Academy: Closed at noon on Thursday to reopen Monday
Westwood College – Houston South: Classes canceled for Thursday evening
WHARTON ISD: early dismissal at noon today. All activities canceled.
Humble ISD Livestock Show & Rodeo is expanding its musical horizon this year for a typical country and bluegrass Texas to surprise, electronic-pop.
Three men Houston, Jake Carfield, Jason Barton and Vincent Sol Campos, formed the band iDreaminstereo after discovering each other musical talents to work in the restaurant industry. All three works for the chain of Chuy’s Tex-Mex restaurants in Humble and Houston were friends first, and then discovered shared musical talent.
Carfield sings lead and is now finding there is a steep learning curve with the self-taught guitar. Barton plays guitar and does not beat back, with Sol Campos, whose roles are piano, bass and serving as manager of the group.
The three bonded over their love of music and once they found that Carfield could carry a tune, the band was set in motion. Their musical influences are broad, ranging from the Beatles to new wave as MGMT, the Postal Service and Death Cab for Cutie.
“The age of technology in the music moves quickly and we spent much time teaching us new methods and making cool sounds and music that people may have never heard before,” said Carfield.
IDreaminstereo is local, playing in restaurants and local charity events, but really hope that the reading of a large audience at the rodeo, where people may not have heard their music before, could project their group in a market larger.
The group plans to release an EP / demo of six songs in the coming months and will give more shows in 2011 throughout the Houston area.
IDreaminstereo play on Humble Rodeo BBQ Cook-off Saturday, Feb. 5. To hear some of their songs, learn more about the band or contact information, visit www.facebook.com / idreaminstereo.
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