A week marked by the sounds and visuals of music, dance, visual arts, and theater, Arts Week is the annual week-long event that focuses on the artistic talents of our students.
Each day this week, Waterford students performed and shared their arts with each other in gallery exhibitions and assemblies. On Monday, Javen Tanner, Dean of the Arts, kicked off Arts Week with a heart felt and hopeful Assembly talk about the power of the arts.
Class IV students all experience a six week, three times a week, exploratory strings class. They learn correct posture and basic technique while practicing fun and engaging songs. They may choose the violin, viola, or the cello.
Like the whole of our program, there are very few schools that can claim the extraordinary depth and phenomenal breadth of the Arts present here at Waterford.
All 13 Waterford students who auditioned for the OAKE (Organization of Kodály Educators) National Choirs were accepted. There were about 650 students who auditioned from around the country to participate.