Boynton’s Spring Showcase is a great success
Boynton Elementary School celebrated Music in Our Schools Month with a Spring Showcase. The Singing Generals and over 120 students from kindergarten to fifth grade performed before a packed theater at Heritage High School. Various musical talents were highlighted to ensure that as many as possible of the talented Boynton students were recognized. In fifth grade ukuleles were featured. Fourth-graders played orff instruments, while recorders were played by third-graders. Bucket drumming was the talent shared by second-grade students while boomwhackers were first grade’s talent. Finally, kindergarten danced a scarf dance to the book “My Many Colored Days in Kindergarten.” The show started with a video presentation of the book “Tuesday” by David Wiesner and the theme music from the movie “ET” (“Flying Theme”). The Singing Generals concluded the musical evening with a roaring reception from the audience. The entire evening was coordinated by Boynton’s music teacher, Tara Trobaugh. There will be a repeat performance during a future school-wide assembly. First grade gets ready boomwhackers. to perform with their Kindergarten dances to “My Many Colored Days in Kindergarten.”
Boynton Chorus finalizes the night’s performances.
Second grade drumming the night away.