1. Best Day of My Life—Ms. West’s Class
This class performed their song with a 24ft colorful parachute.
2. Feelin’ Good—Ms. Hixson’s Class
This class performed their song with basketballs and included passing.
3. Jump Up It’s A Good Day—Mrs. C. Burton’s Class (Action, PomPoms, Signs)
This group included a lot of action in which kids popped up and down, sometimes used sparking pom poms, and had an acting segment. It was also their idea to leave the stage to run down the middle of the audience and circle around them before returning to their beginning position.
4. You Are What You Eat—Mrs. Pelston’s Class
This group encouraged eating healthy foods by holding signs and having students dressed like vegetables. They also paraded their vegetables around the gym and included their own recorded voices in their song saying their favorite vegetable.
5. Exercise Tango—Mrs. Paxton’s Class
This song had students all over the place. Students started out in one position lined up behind a sign encouraging Aerobics, Strength, Flexibility, and Balance. Then they changed positions to exercise, perform their chorus, exercise using equipment, and perform their chorus again. We even saw a small trampoline in use.
6. Let’s Move—Mrs. Collin’s Class
This class included everyone performing the chorus, spotlight dancers performing stunts, and having leaders coming out into the audience to participate with their voice.
7. Live Well—Mrs. Julie Burton’s Class (Blow-Up Instruments)
This class had students who danced, students who played blow-up instruments, and people holding signs spinning them.
8. Body Boogie—Mrs. Robertson’s Class
This song was performed in the dark with blacklights. Some students were dressed in black and you only saw their hands and signs. Other students were glowing from head to toe allowing you to see their movements in the dark.
Such a variety of group presentations made for a very interesting presentation. You can see several photos in the photo gallery section of our website.