Summer Enrichment Program concert


The program, which ran the month of June, was open to students in Kindergarten through grade six.

Special to The Star
Published: Thursday, July 25, 2013 at 10:11 AM.

The 21st Century Summer Enrichment Program at Port St. Joe Elementary School hosted an end of summer concert on June 27 in the school’s auditorium.

Kindergarten students performed renditions to Pop Goes the Weasel, My Bonnie and Popeye.

Second and third grade students performed songs that included The Star Spangled Banner, Alautte and Sea Divers while first grade students gave musical renditions of The Bear, July the Fourth and Sailing.

Grades four through six performed High School Musical Two. Student art exhibits were also on display.

The 21st Century Summer Enrichment Program was led under the guidance of Elementary Principal Designee, Jo Clements, Music teacher Becky Hare and Art teacher Julie Hodges and took place Monday through Thursday for the month of June.

The program welcomed students in grades kindergarten through six with over 80 enrolled. The program’s curriculum covered science, reading, art, music and math. 21st Century even provided an hour of music and art each day to explore creative avenues for children.

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