2011-04-07 / Education

RES students show off talents


Photos and text by Krista Tacey


Roscommon Elementary second grade student, Jeremy Black played the guitar and sang during the spring talent show on March 31. He and CeCe Cvitkovich were the only two students who played the guitar as their talent, however, Aaron Hadstate and Gabriel Near rocked the gym by playing Paper Jams. 
multi-talented Roscommon Elementary second grade student, Jeremy Black played the guitar and sang during the spring talent show on March 31. He and CeCe Cvitkovich were the only two students who played the guitar as their talent, however, Aaron Hadstate and Gabriel Near rocked the gym by playing Paper Jams. multi-talented With the anticipation of spring break in the air, Roscommon Elementary students took a break from the classroom to enjoy entertainment by their fellow classmates.

On March 31, students packed into the RES gym for the two-part 2011 Spring Talent Show. The first show started at 9 a.m. and the second began at 12:30 p.m.

Over 60 performances were on the bill, which featured several singing acts, guitar performances, gymnastics, dancing, jokes and jump rope routines. Both shows gave the students an opportunity to have a “stretch break” where the students were able to dance. The “stretch break” in the second show featured Meredith Kilbourn leading the students in a dance to “The Hampster Dance.”


Anne Biggs, Samantha Carpenter and Sierra Koczansz jump roped their way through the Roscommon Elementary School spring talent show on March 31. The girls jumped in unison and then teamed to show off their double dutch skills. The three all wore the same shirt to complete their look. 
Triple threat Anne Biggs, Samantha Carpenter and Sierra Koczansz jump roped their way through the Roscommon Elementary School spring talent show on March 31. The girls jumped in unison and then teamed to show off their double dutch skills. The three all wore the same shirt to complete their look. Triple threat There weren’t any prizes given at the show, it was just a time for the students to enjoy the talents of their fellow students and have a time to relax.



During the Roscommon Elementary School talent show, first grade student Alisha Pratt showed off her flexibility by contorting her tiny frame in bridges, performing backbends, cartwheels and somersaults. Pratt was one of two girls whose talent was gymnastics, the other, Avery Smitz, performed her routine with blacklights. 
Flip FloppingFirst Grader During the Roscommon Elementary School talent show, first grade student Alisha Pratt showed off her flexibility by contorting her tiny frame in bridges, performing backbends, cartwheels and somersaults. Pratt was one of two girls whose talent was gymnastics, the other, Avery Smitz, performed her routine with blacklights. Flip FloppingFirst Grader

Several students showcased their musical abilities by singing, dancing and playing the piano and guitar, however, fourth grader, Brennan Kieb played two songs on the cello. 
A classical approach Several students showcased their musical abilities by singing, dancing and playing the piano and guitar, however, fourth grader, Brennan Kieb played two songs on the cello. A classical approach

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