Welsh Valley Middle School students recently took center stage in their Fall production All in the Timing by David Ives. The show - produced by Welsh Valley's theater organization, Valley TLC (Theater, Lights, Charity) - was a collection of one-act plays with witty banter and absurd situations where all segments grapple with the concept of time. The production included scene changes with "silent scenes" that allowed the young actors to have fun creating a scenario for the audience without the reliability of dialogue. Students were also involved behind the scenes with stage crew and tech crew rounding off the involvement at about 40 students.
On April 4 at Harriton High School, skip class and join members of the Harriton and Lower Merion SAGE (Students Advocating for Gender Equality) organizations for a full day of Wisdom, Opportunity, Knowledge & Empowerment!
The artwork is inspired by visiting artist and Cynwyd alumnae Rebecca Rutstein's study of carbon cycling and the origins of life on the deep ocean floor
Out of more than 340,000 participating students nationwide, six LMSD students were selected by a panel of creative professionals as among the most talented artists in the country with only 1% of entries earning national recognition.
Powell will travel to Harrisburg at the end of month to compete against other top students from across Pennsylvania in the National Geographic GeoBee State Competition.