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What is the Concert Closet?


Are those black dress pants from last year too short or the dress shoes too small? Is concert season quickly approaching and you can’t find anything to wear? The Lansing Central School District (LCSD) is here to help!

Concert attire is an important part of any show. To help students prepare for their concerts, Tania Lawrence started the Concert Closet last year. The Concert Closet is a free collection of concert wear apparel and accessories. The items from the closet are available to all students involved in music programs at LCSD.

The Concert Closet is set up for one week in each school throughout the LCSD, prior to the start of concert season. During this time, students and parents are welcome to select an item from the closet for their children to wear. This year, the Concert Closet partnered with Lansing Theater and Performing Arts Booster Club (LTAPA) to help further promote and coordinate the Concert Closet. Working together, Mrs. Lawrence and LTAPA helped provide over 50 students with concert wear items at the end of 2016.

Looking to make a donation to Concert Closet? Donations are accepted year round at all of the schools in the LCSD. Please consider donating unwanted or outgrown gently used black pants, black dress shoes, white blouses and dress shirts, black dress shirts and blouses (adult sizes only), neckties and bowties. Donations can be marked “Concert Closet” and sent to any school office.

For more information on the Concert Closet, please contact Tania Lawrence.

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Ms. Chris Pettograsso, Superintendent
284 Ridge Road
Lansing , NY 14882
Phone: (607) 533-3020


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