Madison Scouts Welcome Levi Chavis as Ensemble Coordinator and Announce New Roles for Arenas and Rainey

The Madison Scouts are pleased to welcome Levi Chavis to the role of ensemble coordinator and also announce the promotion of Chelsea Arenas to color guard caption head and Tykeem Rainey as lead color guard choreographer for the 2022 season.

Chavis is an accomplished director of bands who has worked for some of the nation’s top high school marching bands. Chavis led Ronald Reagan High School of San Antonio, Texas to consistent Texas UIL State Finals in addition to Bands of America Regional and Super Regional finals in consecutive years. Chavis earned Regional Class Champion in 2010 and was a Grand National Championship Finalist in 2012. His Drum Corps International experience includes serving on the instructional staff of The Cavaliers and Santa Clara Vanguard.

Arenas is currently the color guard director at Union High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Arenas was a featured performer with the Cadets from 2008-2011 while capturing their 10th DCI World Championship in 2011. Arenas also performed with the WGI World Class Champion Pride of Cincinnati during their 2010 and 2012 seasons. Arenas is returning for her third year leading the Madison Scouts color guard program.

Rainey is an active choreographer and technician in the San Antonio, Texas area at Ronald Reagan High School and Winston Churchill High School. Rainey is an alumnus of the Madison Scouts, marching with the corps from 2008-2011. Rainey then served as an intern and staff member from 2012-2014. Rainey also marched with Impact Independent from 2008-2012 and won the WGI Independent A Gold medal in 2012.