Singing, dancing entertains audience at SCA

February 19, 2014 

SCA fourth-grade student Kaitlyn Gregg takes on the role of Anna from the Disney movie “Frozen” and sings a dramatic rendition of “Do you want to build a snowman?” at the SCA Talent Showcase.

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Summit Christian Academy elementary student council recently hosted the annual Talent Showcase.

Students in grades four through six wowed audiences with ballads, piano music, gymnastics, and dance pieces.

Students served as the Masters of Ceremonies and entertained the audience through their engagement and creatively posed introductions, while elementary student production managers and stagehands prepared for each performer.

“Each year we look forward to the talent showcase and this year did not disappoint,” said SCA fifth-grade teacher and student government advisor Michelle Bacon. “This is a student led event, from the planning stages to the show’s performances. It is an opportunity for students to share their special talents, and for student government members to meet the challenge of managing a major production and event.”

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