Kindergarten and First Grade Students Present Moooving Performances
The Lower School is proud to be taking the stage for their annual performances. The series kicks off with “A Barnyard Moosical,” which is a joyful look at a farm filled with neatnik pigs, funky chickens, milkshake-making cows, and gourmet goats. Performed by Mrs. Sinopoli and Mrs. Shirley’s Kindergarten classes, each of our four groups of young actors sang and danced with all their hearts to celebrate what is unique in each of them. Our very particular pigs made sure not a speck of dirt is found in their pens. Grooving chickens reminded us that they know how to rock so don’t even think about making them into chicken soup. Our cows started milkshakes with a twist to make a tasty treat. Finally, we found that the finest pizza comes from goats who insisted that goat cheese is the best. The audience loved spending time in the fun-filled farm!
Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Garland’s first-grade classes shared the story of a cow who just won’t moo. We find that everything is not okay on Old MacDonald’s Farm. After trying to make the cow laugh with some silly jokes from the pigs, and seeking some advice from the ducks, sheep, rooster, and chicks, the farm animals turn to the mule for some wisdom. The mule believes the cow doesn’t feel part of the team and suffers from low self-esteem. All the animals, including Little Bo Peep, her sheep, the Cat, the Fiddle, and the dog, all encourage the cow, who in turn, decides to moo. The whole barnyard did an amazing job singing and dancing and reminding us all that kind words matter.
Congratulations to our performers and faculty who brought these fun-filled performances to the stage!