John Franke, left, dean at Spring Lake Park High School, and Matt Christenson, of Westwood Intermediate School, performed a synchronized swimming skit.
Park Terrace staff and students sang and danced their way to a victory. They won the coveted traveling trophy for Stafff Folleeez best act. Paige Lier (front left) with poster, and Hannah Nordlund, get ready to hoist BELIEVE poster letters. Students Madison Lunders, Lorenzo Valenzuela, Katelyn Booth and Trinity Friesz are behind them. Teacher Kelly Bakker (in back with hands in the air) dances along with the students.
Tom Cash and Tracy Schnagl tied for a trophy in the best talent category. Cash, of the district’s technology and web services department, played Rachmaninoff’s “Prelude in G Minor” on the piano, while Schnagle, SLP High School’s media center staffer, sang “It Hurt So Bad.”
Panther Foundation President Chris Hasling, Dean Downs and Colleen Pederson were bee-utiful in their costumes.
Downs had students bunny-hopping in the aisles. Avid hoppers were Avery Herman (front to back), Makenzee Stone, Hannah Nordlund, Kennadi Stone and Anna Pearson.
Superintendent Jeff Ronneberg joins the fun in a Bunny Hop with student audience members. Trinity Friesz heads the hop line.
Paula Hoff, principal at Westwood Middle School, as Goldilocks tried out a variety of classrooms. She liked the high-tech one.
Early Childhood program performers invited kids on stage to retrieve beach balls during their musical skit.