WISH-TV is sponsoring, I Love to Read, and Stonybrook will be participating this year. The goal is to encourage our students to read for enjoyment each day. To do this, students are being asked to keep a log of how many minutes they read each day. Their goal is to read 2,500 minutes by February 28, 2015. Our classrooms also have a goal of 1,000 minutes from all the students in each class. WISH-TV will have a drawing and give away prizes to students and classrooms who meet this goal. Reading logs can be picked up from Language Arts teachers or the Mediaplex. Start reading today, and log your minutes!
Missoula Children's Theatre production for 2015 is "Rapunzel". Auditions will be Monday, February 2 at 4:30 p.m. in the Creston Middle School Auditorium.
MSD Warren Township students in grades K - 8 are eligible to audition for approximately 65 acting/singing roles in the play. No advance rehearsals are needed for the auditions.
The performances will be at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday, February 7 in the Creston Auditorium, 10925 East Prospect Street.
Students who audition must have a clear calendar for the week of February 2 through 6 from 4:30 to 8:45 p.m. nightly and all day Saturday, Feb 7, for the dress rehearsal and two performances. These actors must be available each evening for the entire week for rehearsal and preparation for the public performances. That means no music lessons, ball games or doctor appointments for that week.
Admission tickets will be available at the door for $5.00 per person for ages 6 and over.
Parent preview dates for the Human Growth and Development videos will be at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, January 15th at Creston Intermediate Academy for Grade 5 and 6 parents, 10925 E. Prospect St. and on Thursday, January 22nd at Grassy Creek Elementary School for Grade
4 parents, 10330 East Prospect St. at 6:30 p.m.
These videos will be shown separately to present fourth and fifth grade boys and girls. Sixth grade students will participate in a program led by personnel from the Social Health Association of Indiana. Following the showing of the videos at both the adult previews and the pupil programs, discussion will be led by personnel from Social Health. Parents are encouraged to attend
one of the parent preview nights.
Fourth grade boys will see “Just Around the Corner for Boys” and fourth grade girls will see “Just Around the Corner for Girls”. Fifth grade boys will see “We’re Growing Up”, and fifth grade girls will see “We’re Growing Up”.
Stonybrook Intermediate Academy students will view the films on February 5 and 6.