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Have you ever noticed how talented our teachers are? No? Well, the Teachers Stars assembly demonstrated just how talented they really are. Many of our teachers performed for us in a very “entertaining” way.
First of all, members from our staff took a trip back in time with Michael Jackson’s hit song, “Thriller”. Mr. Ferrin sang an interesting song called “Rainbow Connection” by The Muppets, and was accompanied by Mrs. Coxson playing the piano. Mr. Bake played on the guitar and sang for us a song written by: Conway Twitty, called “She Thinks I Still Care”.
Mrs. Holley blew the roof off the Little Theater with her interpretation of the mean witch from the musical, “Into the Woods”. She sang us a very enchanting song called “The Last Midnight.”
Last, but certainly not least, the grand finale was exceptional. Do our teachers possess athletic prowess? Apparently so. These swimming-capped and goggled beauties showed us their righteous know-how in the art of synchronized swimming. to cap off the performance, Mr. Thacker super-soaked the crowd for good measure. He was also praised by his swimming buddies for his willingness to flex his muscles.
Along with the acts, our student council put together a couple Minute to Win It games, in between the acts. The first Minute to Win It game was to see which one of our administrators could get an Oreo from their forehead to their mouths the quickest, without using their hands.
The second involved 3 doughnuts, 3 teachers, no arms and strings and a pole. Can you guess how that worked out?
The third was toilet papering (or mummifying) your partner in a one minute timing. And the last involved baby bottles and Gatorade. How do those babies down a bottle in less than five minutes? Sucking of course! Four teachers fought to the ‘death’ to see who could get the most Gatorade from a bottle in a single minute.
A big thank you goes out to all who participated in this eye-opening assembly.