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APW Elementary School Art and Music Festival

The Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Elementary School Spring Art and Music Festival gave students at the school an opportunity to showcase their many artistic and musical talents. The school was transformed into a museum for the day with parents and special guests enjoying self-guided tours to see the artwork from students in universal pre-kindergarten through grade six. Also taking place during the festival was an opportunity for the parents of students in kindergarten through third grade to watch their child participate in music class. Parents of kindergarten and first grade students got to hear their child sing songs and watch as they keep various beat patterns. At the second and third grade levels the students have been learning about notes and played “Mary Had a Little Lamb” and “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” on various instruments. Pictured is music teacher Gil Lopez looking on as second grader Noah Salazar performs a song during the festival.
The Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Elementary School Spring Art and Music Festival gave students at the school an opportunity to showcase their many artistic and musical talents. The school was transformed into a museum for the day with parents and special guests enjoying self-guided tours to see the artwork from students in universal pre-kindergarten through grade six. Also taking place during the festival was an opportunity for the parents of students in kindergarten through third grade to watch their child participate in music class. Parents of kindergarten and first grade students got to hear their child sing songs and watch as they keep various beat patterns. At the second and third grade levels the students have been learning about notes and played “Mary Had a Little Lamb” and “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” on various instruments. Pictured is music teacher Gil Lopez looking on as second grader Noah Salazar performs a song during the festival.