Tennyson students showed off their talent and creativity at this year's Spring Fling! Thank you to all the brave and accomplished performers who put on such a fantastic show. There were pianists, violinists, singers, dancers, gymnasts and even a magician who had us baffled with his illusions. Tennyson students really are a talented bunch!
The MC's for the night Rachelle Hodgson and Dave Leach did an amazing job keeping the talent on track and entertaining the crowd between acts, and DJ Marc was spot on with his tunes for the dance parties. And Marc, the music for the magic show was inspired!
The Spring Fling wasn't just about the talent show; there was also a cupcake decorating contest, fun games like giant connect 4, face painting, a bake sale and dinner from C'est mon Cafe. The cupcake decorating contest winners were Samantha Miller, Sebastian Ferris, Joshua Severyn and an unknown (check out the picture above and let email@example.com know your name). Congratulations to the winners!
The Spring Fling was also about the silent auction which was spectacular. I want to give a special shout out to Katherine Smith who solicited all the prizes and put the whole auction together. All the money that is made from the auction will go towards technology in the new school. If you have a winning bid and haven't collected your prize yet you can pick it up next week.
Events like the Spring Fling rely on volunteers and there were lots of parents and students who helped out on the night. Thank you all. I'd like to give a special thanks to Jacqueline Crummey for coordinating the night and Nana Yenson who managed the bake sale and popcorn machine. You went above and beyond and we really appreciate it.
If you want to see more Tennyson talent on display you can watch 7 of our students performing in Encore Theater's Shrek the Musical. It's going to be great.
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