JC’s Got Talent Show a success

JC’s Got Talent Show took place Thursday, April 30, at the Julian Curtiss Elementary School. 44 acts featuring over 65 students entertained the JC community.

From singing to dancing to playing the piano to gymnastics or Tae Kwon Do, JC students took the stage to show their talents. Students from all grades participated and the performances were entertaining and diverse. A surprise performance of 5th grade boys featured a synchronized swimming performance.

Principal Trish McGuire commented, “It’s great to see our students take a chance and take center stage to showcase their talents.”

Julian Curtiss School prides itself on our international and diverse character. We are a school that represents 60 Nations, 30 Languages, One Great School.

Second graders Talia Muir and Taylor Brill show some style during their performance to “Summer”

Second graders Talia Muir and Taylor Brill show some style during their performance to “Summer”

Third grader and pianist Raye Dinovo impresses the audience with “Overhere to the Barber of Seville”

Third grader and pianist Raye Dinovo impresses the audience with “Overhere to the Barber of Seville”

Fifth grade boys, Winston Frisch, Sebe Roda, Mic DiLascia, Nick Bianchi and Tyler Friedman bring down the house with their synchronized swimming performance

Fifth grade boys, Winston Frisch, Sebe Roda, Mic DiLascia, Nick Bianchi and Tyler Friedman bring down the house with their synchronized swimming performance

Kindergartener Aoife O’Donnell takes center stage and sings “Castle on a Cloud”

Kindergartener Aoife O’Donnell takes center stage and sings “Castle on a Cloud”

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