The First Junior Greenwood Mic

Alexis Dobranowski, Manager, Communications
A huge thank you to everyone who participated in the first ever Jr. Greenwood Mic!

Sloane Basch ‘26 and Sam Jaskolka ‘26 hosted the event, which was organized by Ms. Borden and the Arts Committee as part of this year’s Arts Day.

See a list of all the acts / talented participants below:

  1. Whole School Sing and Dance Along: Cha Cha Slide
  2. Simona Sera ‘29 - Playing “A la Claire Fontaine” on piano and singing
  3. Tom Evis ‘24 - Film class documentary “The Life of an Artist”
  4. Junior Dance Troupe - Both by Tiesto
Performers: Stella Anderson Shore ‘29, Charlotte Chau ‘27, Kate Claydon ‘29, Elsie Fefergrad ‘29, Faye Kastelic ‘29, Tilly Minns ‘29, Grace Rivard ‘29, Simona Sera ‘29, Chloe Trevelyan ‘29 and Siena Wood ‘29 (Choreographed by Senior students: Molly Jones ‘25 & Lauren Kohler ‘24)
  1. Alex Murray ‘27 - Piano performance of Rush E
  2. Asher Cappe ‘29, Elliot Veneziano ‘29 and Hudson Zwingenberger ‘29 - Lip sync to California Girls.

Sam and Sloane also presented three artist spotlights:

Charlotte Chau ‘27: Charlotte is a talented visual art student who is going above and beyond in her art class. She is also a valued and dedicated member of the Dance Troupe!

Diana Borlase ‘26: Diana is a positive and engaged member of the Jr Guitar Club who has demonstrated excellent leadership skills and musicianship. 

Claire Sparling ‘26: Claire is a creative, curious, and talented member of our arts community. Her dedication to Mr Burns, the Arts Committee, and her arts courses is commendable.

Your talent once again shone bright, Greenwood! We can’t wait to see what’s in store for the next Greenwood Mic on December 11.
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