September 2, 2022

Drama’s Big Brother or Sister Reveal Potluck

High school drama students gathered last weekend to celebrate the coming year and step into mentor and leadership roles as upperclassmen mentor underclassmen. This is a new tradition, and we hope to continue it in the program for years to come. Senior, Gia Granato, and her family hosted a potluck to celebrate these new roles and new students entering the program. The drama program boasts its highest enrollment numbers to date and looks forward to this time of fellowship and growth. Next month, students will gather on September 24 to celebrate the kickoff of One Act Play season with a luau-inspired get together. Please contact Mrs. Harris or a Thespian Troupe officer if you have any questions.

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