Monsters Elementary: Drama's Community Day Activity

Updated: May 17

by Colby Jobinger

To give back on Community Day, the Minarets Drama Department traveled to Spring Valley Elementary to bond with kinder and first graders. After a few team building activities the class broke into buddies with the high schoolers and they created creatures.

From a Lion-Alligator to a Pokemon Cat the shoots rainbows, there was a wide variety of creatures created. “The Advanced Drama class will be making the monsters into pillows and bringing them back to the students,'' stated drama teacher Kayla West. After creating the pillows the drama class told a story that was also created by the Spring Valley Students.

Emma Lynch and Mikey King were two seniors on the trip and they both stated they had a lot of fun and enjoyed spending time with the children. This was the first year of Drama doing this and it seemed like a big success. With lots of excitement surrounding this activity the Drama department plans to return next year.

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