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February 7, 2014

‘Night of the Arts’ showcases student creativity

Fort Irwin Middle School band members perform during the “Night of the Arts,” here, Jan. 16.

Fort Irwin Middle School hosted an evening where students were able to show off their creative talents, Jan. 16.

“Night of the Arts” allowed students to display artwork and perform in a variety of talents for parents and the community. There were performances by the 6th grade beginning band, the 7th and 8th grade beginning band, and the school’s advanced band. The school choir sang and the cheerleading squad demonstrated for the audience. Some of the youngsters performed comedy skits. Students and parents also participated in a scavenger hunt.

An audience of parents and siblings attended the Fort Irwin Middle School “Night of the Arts,” here, Jan. 16.

Winners of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) poster contest were: Jade Mooney, 6th grade; Jasmine Rodriguez, 7th grade, and; Laura Baez-Flores, 8th grade.

Thank you school staff, parents and students for a great event!
 

A display of art projects produced by students of Fort Irwin Middle School.

 

Winners of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) poster contest: Jade Mooney, 6th grade; Jasmine Rodriguez, 7th grade, and; Laura Baez-Flores, 8th grade.




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