by: Dr. Lisa Bianco, Head of Experiential and Lower Schools
After weeks of studying and writing poetry, Shorecrest's young bards had the opportunity to show off their collaborative poetic voice. Audiences flocked on beach chairs and blankets to enjoy a wonderful morning of listening to the joyful, lyrical voices of the young Chargers.
First grade with Señor Zamoff (Spanish) “Tengo.” First grade Mrs. Densa's class “Mother Doesn’t Want a Dog.” Kindergarten Ms. Hawley/Mr. Schiaparelli's class “Be Glad Your Nose Is on Your Face.” Kindergarten Mrs. Minke/Mrs. Kiernan's class “The Greatest Magic.” First grade Mrs. Oman's class “A Dozen.” Kindergarten Mrs. Vigue/Mrs. LaDuke's class “The Drinking Fountain.” First grade Mrs. Owen “Rock ‘n’ Roll Band.” Kindergarten Mrs. Kotsko/Ms. Acosta's class “I like Myself.”
Second grade with Señor Zamoff (Spanish) “Somos.” Second grade Ms. O’Mullane/Ms. Tucker's classes “The Worm.” Second grade Ms. Horne/Mrs. Johnson's classes “Saw My Teacher on a Saturday.” Second Grade “All the World.” Third grade with Señora Jaime-Allwood (Spanish) “Todo el Mundo en esta Fiesta.” Third grade Mrs. Rebman's class “I Am Diversity, Please Include Me.” Third grade Mrs. Hobbs' class “It Couldn’t Be Done.” Third grade Mrs. Hensler's class “You Are…” Fourth grade with Señora Jaime-Allwood (Spanish) “El Otoño.” Fourth grade Finale: “Human Family.”