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Performing & Visual Arts

Performing Arts Programs

child playing guitar

Dance (Grades K–4)
Move to the beat! Students have fun while they learn to move their bodies expressively and with purpose during dance instruction. Students also learn and perform a choreographed dance for our annual Spring Dance event in June.

Our amazing music teacher Mrs. Corallo engages our students in a vocal and/or instrumental music session each week. She teaches the elements of music, skill, and concept using sequential instruction and a whole lot of fun. Look forward to attending our winter and spring music performances.

Who told you not to act out? Our students have fun each year practicing their dramatic skills and building their creative expression with our theater teacher. They learn new vocabulary and construct meaning within and beyond the classroom. 

Heritage Pageant
Our students share and celebrate their cultural diversity during this winter program and event. Families are welcome to join the after-school portion of the festivities.

Little Kids Rock! (Grades 3–4)
Our lucky students have the opportunity to learn to play the guitar or ukulele with the Little Kids Rock program. 

Visual Arts Programs

Art to Grow On (all grades)
Art to Grow On is a school-year program consisting of three to five projects designed by professional artists. For each project, volunteer docents attend workshops where they receive instruction from the artist in how to present and teach the project to the children. Those docents then take the projects into our school.

Teachers can then sign up to involve their students in the fun projects designed to teach art appreciation and technique and inspire creativity in students. Our Art to Grow On program is sponsored by the PTA. Visit the PTA page to read how you can volunteer with this program.

30 years of Art to Grow On 1989-2019