Posted Monday, March 14, 2016
There was singing, dancing and art hanging throughout Loveland Primary School (LPS) for the annual LPS Showcase. The Monday, March 7, through Wednesday, March 9, evening sessions brought in a crowd of around 2,000 people who watched students take the stage to perform.
“We do this event as a chance for our students to showcase their creative talents,” said Kevin Fancher, LPS Principal. “This is an opportunity for their families to see, hear and touch the learning that has been taking place in the classroom from writing projects to art to the actual stage performance where students sing, play instruments and dance. The staff really looks forward to celebrating student success with this event each year.”
Photo caption: LPS first and second grade students dance and sing as part of the LPS Showcase Monday, March 7.