Music, dance and the visual arts will be front and center Thursday (April 14) at the first Classical Charter Schools of America-Whiteville Performing Arts Show.
“We are excited to provide this opportunity for our students to showcase their talent in music, dance, and the visual arts,” said Headmaster Dawn Ivey. “We look forward to seeing our families and guests on campus for this wonderful event.”
The event is coordinated by K-8 Art teacher Samantha Singler, and her students have submitted over 300 pieces for the show.
“Even though our students have faced unprecedented times these past few years, they have shown up every day, giving their best,” Singler said. “I want this show to celebrate their hard work and encourage them to always keep being great.”
The show will also feature performances from the CCS-W Cheer Team led by Selena Laslovich, the Dance Team under the direction of D’Vora Shaw, the Show Choir directed by Richard Schneider, and Beta Club led by Patti Allen.
The student art showcase and art contest will take place in the Multipurpose Room at the Middle School Campus.
The show is set for Thursday from 4:30-6:30 p.m., and is free.
Ivey said the school is currently enrolling for a limited number of seats available in the next school year. Tours are available.
Classical Charter Schools of America – Whiteville is located near the intersection of Peacock Road and Old Lumberton Road, north of Whiteville. For more information, call 910.641.4042.