Degrees and Certifications:
B.S. in Music Education Western Carolina University 1995
ATTENTION: ALL RISING 6th GRADERS
If you are interested in signing up for band at William Lenoir Middle School, please follow these 4 steps
#1) Watch this video and meet the directors! https://youtu.be/_
#2) Read this "Frequently Asked Questions Sheet" https://drive.google.
#3) Instrument Demonstrations & Options! https://youtu.be/
#4) Registration Link for rising 6th grade band or chorus (active May 5-22) https://docs.google.com/
DUE TO SCHOOL CLOSINGS, ALL ASSIGMENTS ARE POSTED IN PLANBOOK. PLEASE CLICK THE LINK TO THE RIGHT TO SEE POSTED ASSIGNMENTS
Terry Reid is currently the band director at William Lenoir Middle School in Lenoir, North Carolina. In his 22 year career, bands Mr. Reid has conducted have received 51 Superior ratings at state band festivals with concert band and jazz ensembles and another 29 superior ratings at various regional festivals. His bands have won Grand Champion in 2005, 2008, 2012 and 2016 at Fiesta-Val regional festivals in both Atlanta and Orlando. His concert bands have also commissioned four brand new works for wind ensemble, The Masque of the Red Death by Michael Story, Prime by Mekel Rogers, Search for the Lost Colony by Ed Kiefer and Ancient Air and Variant by Elliot Del Borgo. Three have appeared on the North Carolina state contest list and Ancient Air and Variant was premiered at the 2009 Music Educators Conference in Winston Salem North Carolina with the composer conducting the performance.
Mr. Reid recently won the North Carolina Bandmasters Award of Excellence for the Northwest District and has won the Teacher of the Year for William Lenoir Middle School and was named the 2013-2014 Caldwell County Teacher of the Year. He is also a member of the American School Band Directors Association and has served as the Regional 4 representative. Mr. Reid has been an active clinician, adjudicator and performer in North Carolina, Tennessee and South Carolina. Before teaching, Terry was part of the prestigious 1991 Southwind Drum and Bugle corps that received the title of World Champion in Class A/Division II. He resides in Lenoir with his wife Carla and their three children Joseph, Anna Rose and Emmaline.