The HSS Arts Fair held Thursday, April 7th was attended by well over 100 people.
Many students, along with family and friends enjoyed the visual displays of quality work from almost all curriculum areas.
Musicians, including a fiddler, pianists, vocalists and the newly formed Glee Club, entertained an appreciative audience in the theatre.
This was followed by the Drama Club’s presentation of The Pattern is Broken directed by Pat Cox.
The Ace-It Culinary Arts program students impressed the attendees with sushi and a stunning selection of baked goods.
The visual displays were open to students on Friday, April 8th until noon. Many classes of students from Silverthorne Elementary and Twain Sullivan Elementary visited to tour the displays.
Thank you to everyone who took time from their busy lives to come out and support our students.