to download the fifth section of the planner – click on the link below!!!!

DOWNLOAD budget planner
Your financial secretary will love you
because you’ll always have a clue!
    • budget reference – this form is a great place to remind yourself of where you district financial forms are and will help you remember of all of those pesky procedures.
    • budget tracker- OK, you mayor may not have an official budget, BUT, it’s always a good idea to keep track of what has been spent on behalf of your music department.  Be a good steward of whatever you have.
    • 5 year plans- maybe your risers are falling apart…. maybe your stage needs new curtains…. keep track of some goals you would like to achieve and share them with your admin so that you are all on the same page…..
    • grant writing worksheets – Grants are AWESOME!  BUT, you’ve in order to make them work for you and your program, you have to have them locked and loaded, ready to go before you ever find out about one.  Take the time, use these worksheets to rough out a few grant projects and then once you get wind of a grant that is a good fit, then you can spend your time tailoring your proposal to fit the parameters of the grant rather than coming up with an idea.
    • inventory – If you don’t know what you have, then you can’t know what you need.  Since it would be wasteful to spend money on unnecessary duplicates, keeping an inventory is great…. use these sheets to jot things down as you have time…. then you can create an electronic version next summer.
    • choral library – always know what you have, then you won’t waste money on what you don’t need.
Please visit PART 1 to download contacts and call records
Please visit PART 2 to download seating charts & lesson trackers
Please visit PART 3 to download roadmaps, monthly and weekly calendar
Please visit PART 4 to download performance & field trip planner 

Recommendations for printing and using your planner:
1. All pages are intended to be viewed in a 2-page spread with a 1.25 center margin.  This is to allow for spiral binding or hole punching while leaving plenty room for writing.  You don’t have to change the margins for it to print correctly, but the center margin is the reason why the even numbered pages are slightly left and the odd numbered pages are slightly right…. it is not a mistake.


2.  When you open the this section 2 –  there will be a blank page, THIS page is not a part of the planner.   it is really only a place holder so that the page layout will work, so there is no need to print it.  The title page will be a separate download. You can either wait for my generic title page or you can create your own.  I can’t wait to look at my family photos every day!


3.  When printed, my planner was approximately 150 pages front and back because I know how many pages I need.   Only you know how many of each page you need, with that in mind, make sure that you set up your printing precisely.  It might be easiest to print one of each page that you want and then go from there.