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District Choral Festival
Choirs from all District 146 schools met for the annual Choral Festival at Central Middle School. After each school's performance, the Choirs joined together under guest Director Christopher Moan of Andrew High School.
Fine Arts Community Service Project
Central’s National Junior Art Honor Society (NJAHS) and 8th Grade Chorale teamed up for a fine arts community service project with local senior citizens. The students visited residents of Porter Place and Bickford assisted living and memory care facilities in Tinley Park.
During these visits, the students donated artwork to the residents and the facilities, created artwork onsite for the residents, and performed many songs to the residents and staff. Artwork donations to Porter Place will be hung in the residents’ rooms, and artwork for Bickford will be hung in their activities center.
The NJAHS students created artwork onsite for the residents by asking them their names and what hobbies and activities they enjoy. They used this information to create artwork that the residents were able to keep.
The 8th Grade Chorale performed three to four sets of songs for three different groups of residents. Songs included “Keep Holding On,” “Stand By Me,” “Seasons of Love,” “True Colors,” and others. They also interacted with the residents and participated in creating artwork at both facilities.
Event planners at the facilities were appreciative and impressed with the District's students, and would like to make this as an annual event.