From Science Fair projects to spring sports and everything in between, our students are staying busy. Academics and athletics aren’t the only things they’re spending time on, though. We have had a lot going on in the Fine Arts department over the past month, and there are several things to which you can look forward!
If you missed the February PTO meeting, you missed a great musical program by our second and third grade students. They put on “Go, Go Jonah!” under the direction of Mrs. Eysel, and wow! They were incredible! It was so entertaining, and everyone did a fantastic job. You can watch a few video clips from the program at the following links:
Kindergarten and first grade students will be performing their musical program “Hats” at the PTO Meeting on March 19th. There’s no doubt that it will be just as entertaining, so make plans to be there!
Another “can’t miss” thing at the March 19th PTO Meeting is the annual student art show. Students have been working hard on pieces for this show, and we can’t wait to see what they’ve created. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Cartwright have been busy not only getting ready for the art show, but also getting all of the custom-decorated eggs hung on the tree in front of the ELC. To find out more and see a slideshow, read this post on the Egg-citing Egg Egg-stravaganza. If you haven’t seen it for yourself, be sure to do so soon!
Another recent music performance that received rave reviews was the Pops and Praise concert on March 5th. Our Praise Band, under the direction of St. Luke Church member and former St. Luke faculty member Tom Scott, put on its second annual concert to benefit Naomi’s Village. A few oldies, a few praise songs, and some really talented students. Enjoy a slideshow from the concert here, and a video clip of the group performing Get Ready!