Countrywood's Got Plenty of Talent

With their opening number ‘Men in Black’ set the bar high. Congratulations to Tasso, Anthony, Lorenzo, Jesse, Tyler, Frankie, Dominic, and AJ. thumbnail118400
With their opening number ‘Men in Black’ set the bar high. Congratulations to Tasso, Anthony, Lorenzo, Jesse, Tyler, Frankie, Dominic, and AJ.
Caila gave a perfect rendition of the ‘Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies.’ thumbnail118401
Caila gave a perfect rendition of the ‘Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies.’
Giuliana, Shannon, Sara, Jada, Amelia and Christabel thrilled the crowed with ‘I See The Light.” thumbnail118402
Giuliana, Shannon, Sara, Jada, Amelia and Christabel thrilled the crowed with ‘I See The Light.”
Tatum and Gianna strike a pose as they finish their song and dance number ‘Promise Me No Promises.’ thumbnail118403
Tatum and Gianna strike a pose as they finish their song and dance number ‘Promise Me No Promises.’
Spring may be here but that didn’t stop Riley, Juliana and Meghan from getting help from a surprise guest in the always popular ‘Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer.”  thumbnail118404
Spring may be here but that didn’t stop Riley, Juliana and Meghan from getting help from a surprise guest in the always popular ‘Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer.”
Concluding the evening with ‘Countrywood Shark’ three special guests join Logan, Zachary, Connor, and Brendan. Thank you Principal Levy, Assistant Principal Kellie Njenga, and music teacher Adam Slawitsky.  thumbnail118405
Concluding the evening with ‘Countrywood Shark’ three special guests join Logan, Zachary, Connor, and Brendan. Thank you Principal Levy, Assistant Principal Kellie Njenga, and music teacher Adam Slawitsky.

"This is truly a crowd favorite," said Principal Mitch Levy, referring to Countrywood’s Got Talent.  “It was great to see our students sharing their favorite talents with their Countrywood Family.” This was the 10th Anniversary of the talent show and it’s going strong and a fun event to look forward to each year.

Year after year Countrywood’s Got Talent keeps getting better and better. “From Kindergarten through the first grade we talk about it and they begin to look forward to this annual 2nd grade event,” said Countrywood Music teacher Adam Slawitsky. “They’re very eager to create something on their own, I don’t teach them anything for this show, I’m here as a facilitator, this is all about our students and their talent.”

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