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Seahawk Blitz joins the Muir Elementary Turkey Trot

It was all smiles and high fives at John Muir Elementary when the Seahawk Blitz joined students at the 17th Annual Turkey Trot. This event took place during lunch recesses and promotes the importance of physical fitness and activity.

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Performing Arts

Website Curriculum Information for Performing Arts

PerformingArts 1 (6th Grade)

You will be provided with the opportunities and support you need to develop a strong sense of dramatic history, design, storytelling, character development, and technique to convey your interpretations and perceptions of the world around you.

Class Focus: Enhance ability to communicate through dramatics:

Students will develop skills in the areas of:

·Acting and movement

·Design

·History

·Puppetry

PerformingArts 2 (7th Grade)

You will be provided with the opportunities and support you need to develop a strong sense of dramatic history, design, storytelling, character development, and technique to convey your interpretations and perceptions of the world around you.

Class Focus: Enhance ability to communicate through dramatics:

Students will develop skills in the areas of:

·Acting and movement

·Design

·History

·Play writing

Performing Arts 3 (8th Grade)

You will be provided with the opportunities and support you need to develop a strong sense of dramatic history, design, storytelling, character development, and technique to convey your interpretations and perceptions of the world around you.

Class Focus: Enhance ability to communicate through dramatics:

Students will develop skills in the areas of:

·Acting and movement

·Design

·History

·Shakespeare

Performances

The best way to assess the work that we do in class and develop students’ performance skills as well, is to have regular performances.We will have two mandatory performances and two optional performances.

·Mandatory Performances

oShowcase performance of student created performance pieces every December.

oSpring Production comes usually the second week of May

·Optional Performances

oThrill the World at the Redmond Town Center, right before Halloween every year

oAnnual Renaissance Talent Show Usually in February

Here are some interviews with the cast, crew and teacher/director of our recent Shrek Jr. production: