In a remarkable display of talent, Woodland students took to the stage and performed a variety of acts. Yarrow's Journey project was to produce and execute a Woodland talent show and this she did with self-confidence and poise. Ori provided his audience with an amazing original dance routine to lively jazz music, Linus showed us his "stuff" via dancing with light up spin balls, Olivia put together a memorable and sophisticated hip-hop dance routine, while Nina and Victoria charmed us all by singing and dancing to the song "Can't Stop the Feeling" from the movie Trolls. Olivia and Yarrow were a hysterical dynamic duo with a couple of clowning acts to keep the audience entertained during breaks between acts. Yarrow also managed to sing a solo as well as produce and plan the entire show. Everyone was a winner! Well done Woodland!
Pottery at the Littleton Studio School continued this week with students taking classes in hand building, introduction to throwing, or advanced throwing. Music lessons with the Whitney's also continued...rumor has it that a ukulele concert may be forthcoming! Another glorious day on the snow was had by students either at Cannon or on the trails surrounding Woodland. Free Choice was buzzing with Keva planks, magic tricks, Legos, slime making, dominoes, paper masks and crowns, while students continued to work on and finalize their Journey projects as we prepare for our next round of Journey topic selection.